This season, American Vintage continues to combine pure materials with authentic simplicity to create the timeless basics the brand is internationally recognized for. For the Autumn/Winter 2018 collection, easy-wear remains to be a strong theme, showcasing relaxed, effortless styles that will make you excited for
Chloé’s AW18 collection is about understanding a woman’s story-discovering her allure. One must explore it like a home with many doors, or a film with different endings. It envelops from within: the dualistic illusions of a woman as she is now, and who she wants
For AW18 Salvatore Ferragamo, presents neither one Ferragamo woman, nor one Ferragamo man- instead inviting a broad community of models to reflect the glorious multiplicity of today in a patchwork of characters under the creative direction of Paul Andrew. Shot by Harley Weir and featuring
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,
Ferragamo marks a new chapter for the historic fashion house- Paul Andrew presents his inaugural collection as Women’s Creative Director, joining Guillaume Meilland, as Design Director for Men’s. This collection finds motivation in the frayed edges of modern decadence: a party once thought endless in
With her stately demeanour and nymph-like beauty, Marine Vacth captivates us and invites us to discover the Chanel 2017/18 Cruise collection as it arrives in boutiques.
The French actress and Chanel ambassador punctuates her goddess dresses, her tweed ensembles and her fluid jersey jumpsuits with costume
Max Mara's SS18 collection shares a Baudelairean view of the city; its landscape a living breathing entity, its mood swings restless, fleeting, transient, and often unpredictable. The smarter cosmopolites seek out discreetly luxurious oases, shady patios and hidden gardens. Business and pleasure, with the promise of
Valentin Yudashkin presented the Spring-Summer 2018 ready-to-wear collection at the Palais de Tokyo; the presented collection was inspired by avant-garde art and, particularly, suprematism (from the lat. Supremus- the highest). Which is an art movement focused on basic geometric forms, painted in a limited range of colours
Bottega Veneta’s Spring/Summer 2018 Women’s collection began with their perennial starting point: colour.
The optimistic palette draws from the Marble Room at Kedleston Hall, a grand Palladian-style country house by British architect Robert Adam: the delicate rose of its walls, the ocean-blue in its frescoes and