Lanvin, you totally win. Lanvin had Karen Elson, Raquel Zimmermann, Lowell Tautchin, Milo Spijkers, and Alber Elbaz (!) dance to Pitbull's "I Know You Want Me", and it's totally amazing. The models (and Alber!) all adorably perform a routine that's offbeat in every sense of the word. It...

Here, our WTF picks from the London men's shows... Sibling Sibling Christopher Shannon Christopher Shannon Craig Green Craig Green Wales Bonner Wales Bonner Astrid Andersen Astrid Andersen J.W. Andersen J.W. Anderson Katie Eary Katie Eary KTZ KTZ Nasir...

Resolutely intrepid, Alessandro Michele produced another stunner for Gucci, seamlessly blending men's dress codes past and present, near and far, casual and formal, masculine and feminine. Where else would dandy-like pastel floral suits and Asian-embroidered silk robes appear with a Willy...

Here, our WOA (work of art) picks from the Paris men's shows... Thom Browne Thom Browne Givenchy Givenchy Dries Van Noten Dries Van Noten Comme des Garçons Comme des Garçons Yohji Yamamoto Yohji Yamamoto Walter Van Beirendonck Walter Van...

Stopping short of putting tents on her models, Miuccia Prada had the great outdoors in mind for spring. Colorful parkas and jumpsuits defined the men's collection, accessorized with everything from plastic sandals and backpacks to water bottles and flashlights. But it wasn't just camping (or...

If Lanvin had a breakfast club, one would imagine that it would be like the house's Sunday morning show at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, where models swaggered about like John Bender — the rebellious one. From the hand of of men's designer Lucas Ossendrijver, along with...

At the Lanvin show in Paris at the end of last week, Alber Elbaz, the designer for the label for the past ten years, came out to take his bow and broke into song. Singing Que Sera Sera, he serenaded the ovating audience and brought a decade to a triumphant close. There to celebrate alongside...

For his spring 2017 offering, Rick Owens' expectedly unexpected set of inspirations included a Hyacinthe Rigaud portrait of Louis XIV, but you'd be hard-pressed to find the slightest trace of nostalgia or historicism in this beautiful collection. A modernist who shares that denomination with...

Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp graduate Glenn Martenschose a boat in the Seine River for his stage as he showed the Spring 2017 collection for Y/Project, the edgy, under the radar collection that never disappoints. Inspired by a strange mix of references – pirates, island vibes, lock...

For spring 2017, he summoned all the elements that make up the profile of a renegade: harnesses on trim suits or checked shirts, ankle boots, fishnet tops, a palette dominated by black and hazard-warning red, plus black nail polish on ultra-skinny boys who darted through a colorful carnival...

 

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