This week-end, the Fondazione Prada unveiled a tower dedicated to art and its permanent exhibition.
Saint Laurent has chosen Kaia Gerber, Cindy Crawford's daughter, to be the face of their Fall-Winter 2018 campaign.
After creating his ultimate tour costumes, Gucci honored Elton John with an installation in London's Dover Street Market.
On May 8, during its annual dinner, the David Lynch foundation will be honoring Stella McCartney for her contribution to the fashion industry and her advocacy for women's rights.
In Paris, and in collaboration with the Palais de Tokyo, the Musée Guimet unveiled "Daimyo – Japanese War Lords", an exhibition revolving around feudal Japanese armors. On display until May 14.
After designing Gucci's Spring-Summer 2018 campaign, Spanish illustrator Ignasi Monreal signes a numbered capsule collection for the Italian House.
All Leclaireur spaces will be closed both Sunday March 31 and Monday April 1st.
Virgil Abloh, Off White's founder, was appointed Louis Vuitton's new menswear artistic director.
This June, Craig Green is invited to present his Spring/Summer 2019 collection at Pitti Uomo as Guest Designer.
LVMH announced the finalists of its 2018 Prize, amongst them are Charles Jeffrey for Charles Jeffrey Loverboy, Samuel Ross for A-Cold-Wall* and Rok Hwang for Rokh.
The passing of Hubert de Givenchy was announced Monday, March 12. He passed away Saturday night, he was 91.
Jun Takahashi, founder of Undercover, stated the he will stop presenting women shows favoring the brand's menswear collection on the Parisian catwalks, starting in June. Women's collections will still be presented through photos or videos.
From March 3 to July 15, the Palais Galliera museum hosts the 1st ever Martin Margiela retrospective, revolving around his work from 1989 to 2009
Leclaireur Boissy d'Anglas, Sévigné & Hérold, will be open this Sunday, March 4, from 2 to 7 pm.
Riccardo Tisci was appointed creative director for Burberry, succeeding to Christopher Bailey
January 5, during Fashion Week, l’Elysée will host a diner honoring French fashion. Amongst guests are counted upcoming fashion designers.
The LVMH Prize unveiled its semi-finalist shortlist comprised of 20 young designers, including A Cold Wall, Charles Jeffrey Loverboy and Rokh.
Queen Elizabeth II appeared for the first time at London Fashion Week to present Richard Quinn with the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design.