London rocked on Friday with acclaimed historicism and unexpected street wear. Practically no actual shows yet plenty of ideas in some memorable videos, as fashion designers suggested their customers should rage.
The final day of this New York fashion season concluded with a surprise collaboration between Christian Cowan and Lil Nas X, a voter registration campaign from Tanya Taylor, and a backyard party from Christian Siriano.
The entertainer and entrepreneur has announced that the Savage x Fenty Show, Vol. 2, will be broadcast via Amazon Prime on October 2 and will feature the likes of Lizzo, Demi Moore, Bella Hadid and Travis Scott.
Hard-edged chic at Burberry; where a cool cult met for an alternative ceremony inside a soaring forest, in a work of performance art created by Anne Imhof and unveiled Thursday lunchtime, opening London Fashion Week.
Raf Simons has announced plans to show his signature collections next month, when the Belgian designer will finally debut a women’s collection some two and a half decades after launching his own label.
When many women finally get their wish post-Covid to spend half their lives in the charm of the countryside with all sorts of witty and stylish pals, Anna Sui’s latest collection is what many of them will be wearing.
As the most unusual Fashion Month ever gets under way, Burberry has announced that it’s partnering with live video streaming service Twitch for its SS21 show experience that’s set in the British outdoors.
The brand has put together an impressive video, where models leap acrobatically around some of Paris' most beautiful monuments at sunset, all while wearing the label's menswear collection for Spring/Summer 2021.