Carolina Herrera explores romance and femininity in its purest form for the fall 2015 bridal collection. Chantilly lace over nude tulle, along with embroidered motifs and laser cut appliqués all embrace the delicate essence and refinement of the fabric for a sensuous and fluid silhouette.
Men’s perfumes are getting better by day. From the leathery scents of Atelier Des Ors (4) to the spicy notes of the Spicebomb (6) - we’ve got you covered. Here are the top picks for this month for gentlemen with the most exquisite taste:
Tribal Aristocracy – The enchantment of Canadian Indian tribes. The confident attitude of the British aristocracy.
In a captivating play on contrasts: an ode to America’s native tribes meets the noble spirit of Old Europe.
Magic and mysterious tribal influences meld with royal references in a bold, quite eccentric
Summer is here and we cannot wait to share these fresh scents with you. Be it a rainy day (if you are abroad) or the scorching Dubai afternoon, these perfumes will get you through it in the most glorious manner. Check out our top picks
Carolina Herrera explores interpretations of the water element both nuanced and literal in color, pattern, shape and detail. Making waves, short skirts, trousers and long dresses flutter and bounce with undulating seams and hemlines cutting flirtatious silhouettes.
A cool palette of gradient tones — blues and
THE CHINESE PALACE OF PALERMO
The Summer 2016 collection was inspired by the Chinese Palace of Palermo, Sicily.
While sketching the collection, Mr. Dolce and Mr. Gabbana happened upon some of the old Dolce&Gabbana advertising campaign images shot by Ferdinando Scianna and featuring model Marpessa and they
Ralph Lauren Purple Label brings a sharp, modern edge to luxury menswear for Spring 2016, with bold color combinations, new fabrications and innovative technical treatments.
Purple Label tailored clothing crafts an elegant masculine glamour with black-and-cream formalwear, head-to-toe looks in shades of tan and a commanding
This men’s Spring-Summer collection is inspired by the idea of natural surroundings. The clothing conveys the ease of individualistic dressing, combining sportswear with a refined simplicity.
Dark saturated shades of green, blue, red, and grey appear in chiné knit sweaters and refined striped cupro pieces. Softer,
“Pre-Collection is about reflection,” says Lanvin artistic director Alber Elbaz, “a reflection on now.” For Alber, “we are no longer listening, we are taping. We’re not talking, we are posting. And we are not looking, just filming.” His Eté 2016 Women’s Pre-Collection started with the