What do fashion's new-gen critics think of Phoebe Philo?
@hautelemode, @fashionboyy, @louispisano and more share their thoughts on the former Céline designer's much-anticipated return to the industry.
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how an ex-celine designer is ushering in a bold new era for maison kitsuné
Having worked alongside Phoebe Philo, Miuccia Prada and Stella McCartney, designer Yuni Ahn is bringing this expertise and precision to the beloved fashion-music fusion brand.
everything you need to know about this season’s menswear shows
As spring/summer 20 kicks off this week in London, we round up the designers worth keeping your eye on over the next few weeks.
why has fashion suddenly gone so prim and proper?
From Balenciaga to Burberry, houses have turned away from streetwear looks in favour of something a little more proper. And maman may have something to do with it…
hedi slimane sent out a collection brimming with ease, wearability and warmth for celine
The designer's sophomore collection for Celine ignited a frenzy. Some people looked embarrassed they'd ever doubted him; others were simply happy he knocked it out of the park.
a celine concept store is coming to new york
Hedi Slimane’s first flagship store will open this Monday in Manhattan.
virgil abloh, hedi slimane, and kim jones are shaking up the luxury market
LVMH's record breaking sales figures show that the newly transformed luxury landscape is thriving.
miss céline? the new bottega veneta campaign will ease your pain
Grab your heels and top-up your all-over tan as we share the Tyrone Lebon shot debut campaign from Daniel Lee, the ex-Céline designer revitalising Bottega Veneta.
luxury menswear post-streetwear
Did the autumn/winter 19 shows in Paris usher in the return of the suit?
hedi slimane presents the first ever celine menswear show
A new dawn.
what to look out for at the autumn/winter 19 menswear shows
Your guide to the season’s talking points.
celine will have their first ever men's fashion show
As Hedi Slimane reveals details around his sophomore collection, Nicholas Ghesquière confirms that Louis Vuitton’s next cruise show destination is New York.