Topic: Yohji Yamamoto

Paris Fashion Week: Our 15 Favorite Looks

Paris Fashion Week: Our 15 Favorite Looks

The mood in Paris was somber. The runways saw countless covered figures (loads of sleeved dresses, capes and capelets topped dozens of wideleg trousers), though these are Fall collections, after all. Some silhouettes were unapologetically ladylike (like at Miu Miu and Nina Ricci) but there seemed to be a storm cloud over many of the shows: Chanel was staged in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, the Alexander McQueen collection was in honor of “the Ice Queen and her court,” and the backdrop for Lanvin’s austere looks was a weeping willow. Dark, maybe, but plenty to love.
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Ready-to-Click: Christian Lacroix Goes Into The Fairy Tale Business

Ready-to-Click: Christian Lacroix Goes Into The Fairy Tale Business

Christian Lacroix is branching into fables. -The Telegraph

Teasers for Kate Moss’ upcoming Dior Addict ads have dropped. That was fast. -Catwalk Queen

She has also reportedly insisted that her fiance give up drinking…? -The Independent

Yohji Yamamoto likes “dirty” stuff, is thoughtful. -Racked

LVMH keeps on acquiring, Kirsten Dunst models, Abbey Lee doesn’t and More »

Gallery: 10 Straight Male Fashion Designers

Gallery: 10 Straight Male Fashion Designers

People sometimes joke about how everyone in fashion–who doesn’t have girl parts–is gay… which is a pretty lame thing to say about an industry that produces a lot of brilliant work by a lot of talented people, some of whom happen to be gay. But hey, funny story, some of those dudes designing beautiful clothes for women happen to be straight, too! Here’s ten of ‘em and so much for boring generalizations! More »

Gift Guide: Great Fashion Coffee Table Books

Gift Guide: Great Fashion Coffee Table Books

‘Tis the season for gift guides, round-ups and conspicuous consumption, so here’s 15 cool and sturdy fashion books–covering history, photography, models and designers–for your fashionable (but at least semi-literate!) friends. Some are new and some are solid stand-bys… and just in case you can’t drop a grand (or two) on Helmut Newton or Dior, we’ve ordered them from most affordable to most… luxurious. More »