valentino finds self-discovery in nature
Set to Frank Ocean's beautiful "Moon River", Pierpaolo Piccioli’s SS20 collection finds heads into the jungle to find inspiration through withdrawal.
pierpaolo piccioli presented 71 inclusive statements of absolute beauty
The Valentino couture show was a celebration of women of all ethnicities and ages, of beauty and of the emotion imbued in dressmaking.
Created with Birkenstock
the free-spirited birkenstock x valentino campaign features ryan mcginley and is shot by roe ethridge
As one of last season’s best collaborations lands in store, we share an exclusive look in the new Roe Ethridge-shot campaign film with Ryan McGinley and Lili Sumner.
sabah koj has already made modeling history, but she's not done yet
In 2016 she was the first African model to open Australian fashion week, these days she's walking for Valentino Couture.
was valentino the best couture show?
Pierpaolo Piccioli's latest Valentino haute couture show was "a celebration of black beauty”.
luxury menswear post-streetwear
Did the autumn/winter 19 shows in Paris usher in the return of the suit?
kaia gerber is the youngest face of ysl beauty
Glittery eyeshadow aside, she's peaking this season.
the resplendent joy of valentino
Pierpaolo Piccioli took the dream of couture and translated it for an elevated everyday reality.
how guido palau became one of fashion’s most beloved hairstylists
The mastermind behind last week's huge Valentino couture hairstyles, and many i-D covers, Guido Palau remains one of fashion’s most creative forces.
“this is me”: today’s creative directors renovate their houses in paris
From Demna Gvasalia’s Croc moment at Balenciaga to Clare Waight Keller’s tracings of Hubert de Givenchy’s sketches and Sarah Burton’s garden landscaping at Alexander McQueen, it’s all about making a house a home during Paris spring/summer 18.
new glamour: margiela, fendi, and valentino on the final day of couture
Haute couture got a contemporary injection of relevance on the last day of fall/winter 17 shows in Paris as Maison Margiela, Fendi, and Valentino redefined glamour.
Anders Christian Madsen
in praise of ridiculously tiny handbags
Why fashion’s love for ever-smaller handbags isn’t as nonsensical as it may seem.