Last month at couture the English designer Kim Jones evoked a story long meaningful to him, cast it with those he considers friends and family, and articulated it through his newly-assumed role at Fendi.
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The smeary, glitchy psychedelic color effects that work their way through Matty Bovan’s fall video are a digital analogy for the vigorous free-form way that he’s always scrambled color, pattern, paint, and garments as if they’re materials on an artist’s palette.
Phillip Lim has been using his platform to raise awareness about the alarming increase in anti-Asian hate crimes in the U.S. since the COVID crisis began. In between Zoom presentations of his new fall collection yesterday, he recorded and posted a personal story-cum-PSA to his Instagram account.
Imbuing conventional dress codes with progressive values is, unsurprisingly, a big theme this men’s season. The social unrest of 2020 has made houses from Louis Vuitton to Hermès think beyond the surface of change.
Like many French schoolchildren, Chanel’s creative director Virginie Viard was taken on an educational tour of the storied Chateaux of the Loire. At the time, she was more impressed by the splendors of Chambord than the more intimate charm of the fairytale Château de Chenonceau.
A rare in-person appointment offered the chance to see Ulla Johnson’s new aerie of a showroom. It’s a sun-drenched space near the top of a SoHo building with unobstructed views in every direction.
Some brands won’t make it through the crisis, but the ones that do will run smarter in 2021. Rag & Bone’s Marcus Wainwright drilled down to basics on a pre-fall call last week. “Everything we make has to have a reason to exist,” he said.