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​j.w.anderson’s genre-hopping spring/summer 17

From the English Renaissance to the colors of the European countryside, the Northern Irish designer took us on a journey through time and space this season.
Felix Petty
9.18.16
Fashion

simone rocha’s sensual spring/summer 17

After fall/winter 16 honed in on her experience of childbirth and mused over motherhood, this season Simone reclaimed her own sensuality and celebrated the dreamy reality she holds dear.
Steve Salter
9.18.16
Fashion

brave new world

On the last day of the fall/winter 16 season, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu summed up a season that’s been defined by revolution and our new approach to fashion.
i-D Staff
3.10.16
Fashion

front row only

In a fashion world in transformation, Chanel’s fall/winter 16 show recalled the anti-fast fashion of a time long gone while Valentino captured the industry in a moment of reflection and Kenzo reminded us of fashion’s power to influence its audience.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.9.16
Paris

sonia rykiel salutes house heritage for fall/winter 16

Julie de Libran transformed Paris' Palais des Beaux Arts into a beautiful celebration of her time in charge of the French brand.
i-D Staff
3.8.16
Paris

love will save the day at sacai fall/winter 16

Chitose Abe -- fashion's new master desconstructer and reimaginer -- took love as her starting point this season, jumping off into a series of voluminous sculptural pieces.
i-D Staff
3.8.16
Paris

quiet beauty at hermès fall/winter 16

Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski's continued to refine her vision of subtle elegance at Hermès, this season letting luxury speak quietly through the simple artistry of textile and tone.
i-D Staff
3.8.16
Paris

on safari with akris fall/winter 16

Zebras, leopards, turtles and elephants ruled the runway at Akris this season, in a collection that utilized animal prints and trompe l'oeil embroidery to recall exotic skins.
i-D Staff
3.8.16
Paris

givenchy's global, graphic opulence for fall/winter 16

Following spring/summer 16's New York spectacular, Riccardo Tisci took us on an Egyptian adventure this season.
i-D Staff
3.7.16
Paris

céline strips back for fall/winter 16

Phoebe Philo concentrated on wearability this season, in a collection defined by loose and relaxed silhouettes.
i-D Staff
3.7.16
Paris

a new balenciaga

At Paris Fashion Week, Demna Gvasalia’s triumphant debut for Balenciaga thrilled a fashion industry eager for change, while Céline and Givenchy completed a Sunday of powerhouse action.
Anders Christian Madsen
3.7.16
Fashion

chloe's ode to the open road for fall/winter 16

For fall/winter 16 Clare Waight Keller turned her attention to romantic dreamers breaking free.
i-D Staff
3.4.16
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