Global getaway was the theme of Michael Kors’ Spring 2019 runway show, that took place at Pier 17, in the city’s historic and newly revitalized Seaport District. The show celebrated the spirit and style of the modern globe-trotter.
“I wanted the show to feel like a
Chanel will present its Cruise 2018/19 collection on October 31st 2018 in Bangkok.
The show, first staged last May in the Grand Palais in Paris, will be re-imagined in a new setting on the banks of the Chao Phraya river- lifeblood of the city known as the
Creative Director of Coach, Stuart Vevers, presented his SS19 Men’s and Women’s collection for the brand at Pier 94 in New York City. This season, the collection was about assembling and reconstructing the craft and spirit of the American look.
A new, new romantic gang; dreamers
Vibrant silhouettes of 70s glamour, the Californian spirit and an audacious sense of Parisian elegance are at the core of Longchamp’s inspiration for their SS19 collection.
For her first runway show, Creative Director Sophie Delafontaine, makes a tribute to life-long admired aesthetics of inimitable tastemakers, Anita
Wednesday, September 12th sees Michael Kors unveil his Spring-Summer 19′ collection at New York Fashion Week.
So, tune in and watch his show live with us VELVET Magazine at 10AM New York Time (6PM Dubai Time), to see the spectacle come alive.
Tommy Hilfiger revealed TOMMYNOW Icons, as celebration of the belief that the leaders of now are the icons of tomorrow- individuals who inspire others with their optimistic energy and extraordinary drive to create positive change.
This fifth in-season TOMMYNOW runway show continues to bring the brand’s
Friday the 7th of September sees Tory Burch unveil her Spring-Summer 19' collection at New York Fashion Week.
So, tune in and watch her show live with us VELVET Magazine at 10AM New York Time (6PM Dubai Time), to see the spectacle come alive.
"Haute Couture is Paris". Very attached to the capital city, Karl Lagerfeld pays tribute to literary Paris, the one for book lovers and the Académie Française, for Chanel AW18. Opposite the dome of the Institut de France, a décor of the Seine quayside lined with
Pierpaolo Piccioli, offered a parade of such extravagantly saturated hues for Valentino, with swaggering proportions. “Couture involves a deeper and more intimate perspective, to go further into your own vision of beauty.” States Piccioli. This season his vision involves a mash-up of Greek mythology,