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Trending, Travel15 December 2017
Brands To Know: Homegrown Brands Inspired By Travel

For three homegrown brands, their travels were the catalyst that inspired their collections.

Trending15 December 2017
How to Dress Like Audrey Hepburn

Timeless style endures in the face of decadent Christmas outfits.

Trending8 December 2017
3 Designers Creating Clothes for Life — Not the Runway

A trio of sought-after labels specialise in the sort of thoughtful, well-made garments categorised as slow fashion.

Trending7 December 2017
Hermès's Pierre Hardy: In Freedom He Trusts

Pierre Hardy, creative director of Hermès’s shoes and fine jewellery, is full of praise for the world around him and takes it upon himself to make it just that little bit better.

Trending1 December 2017
Dior Takes the ‘Lady’ Out of the Lady Bag

Jack Pierson is among the latest celebrity artists to team up with a luxury label, such partnerships affirming art’s rising stature as fashion’s most compelling new muse.

Trending28 November 2017
The Man Collecting & Donating Singapore's Used Clothes

Redistributing used clothes abroad is a complex export process. Yet, in Sir John's hands, throwaway clothes destined for the junkyard find new lives.

Trending21 November 2017
Brand To Know: A French Heritage Luggage Maker

After more than three decades of laying dormant, Moynat has opened its doors again.

Trending20 November 2017
A New Fashion Hub? Eastern Europe

Many young designers in countries like Poland, Hungary and Romania, who are finding success at home.

Trending17 November 2017
Fashion’s Interest in Alternative Fabrics Keeps Growing

Over the next 12 months, brands are expected to announce partnerships with businesses that have figured out ways to make leather without cows, silk without worms, fur without animals and fabrics from recycled waste.

Trending9 November 2017
The Costume Institute Takes On Catholicism

In their 2018 fashion exhibition, garments and accessories on loan from the Vatican shown alongside designer pieces.

Trending8 November 2017
Fashion Retail's First Lady

As Alison Loehnis, president of Yoox Net-a-Porter group, celebrates her 10-year milestone at the company, she strips the brand down to its core two principles: customer and product.

Trending7 November 2017
The Unfaltering Carol Lim and Humberto Leon

When retailers-turned-designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon initially assumed creative directorial roles at Kenzo, the decision was shrouded by an air of uncertainty. Five years on, the harbingers of New York downtown cool have taken the maison far beyond its Parisian beginnings.

Trending3 November 2017
Decisions With Yoyo Cao: Bags & Straps

Here's how to choose and carry Fendi's modular bags and straps.

Trending30 October 2017
A Scapegoat for the Fashion Industry?

After a social media outcry, the biggest fashion magazines are cutting ties with the photographer Terry Richardson over his history of alleged sexual harassment.

Trending27 October 2017
An Inside Look at Fendi's Love for Cinema

Separate from the rigorous cycles of fashion weeks, brands like Fendi find creative liberty in a magnanimous place.

Trending26 October 2017
Gens Y and Z Are Buying Lots of Luxury Stuff After All

According to a report from the consulting firm Bain & Co., younger shoppers are giving a boost to revenue in the global luxury market.

Trending23 October 2017
Six Fashion Trends for the Season Ahead

Lisa Aiken, fashion director of Net-A-Porter, puts together six trends you should be heeding for fall.

Runway, Trending19 October 2017
T’s Best Images from Fashion Month

From the photogenic raffia head wraps at Delpozo in New York to Saint Laurent’s leggy fare in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, here are highlights from the spring/summer 2018 shows — on and off the runway.

Trending18 October 2017
Six Classic Tortoiseshell Optical Glasses

The most common design with the greatest history.

Trending17 October 2017
Why is the Buddhist Goddess Guan Yin – Not Wearing Chanel?

The goddess of mercy is often dressed in the highest fashions of ancient China. Here, her ever-changing wardrobe explained.

Trending12 October 2017
Navigating The Wilderness — with Polo Ralph Lauren

Dialling it back down to basics, understated wardrobe classics layer up for fall's sensibility.

Trending12 October 2017
South Korea's Chameleon Eyewear Brand – Gentle Monster

Out with the old, in with the new concept stores – and continually change to be the newest. Is this a sustainable formula?

Runway, Trending6 October 2017
What It’s Truly Like to Be a Fashion Model

For decades, modelling was the silent profession. But not any longer. In interviews with The New York Times, young women discuss racism, sexual abuse and the fashion industry’s obsession with extreme youth.

Trending6 October 2017
The Season’s Most Stunning Red Jewellery

We shine a spotlight on this season's most breathtaking jewellery.

Trending5 October 2017
Person to Know: A Nonconformist New Zealand Designer

The designer Maggie Marilyn Hewitt, who is based in Auckland, NZ, was shortlisted for the 2017 LVMH Prize by a panel of judges including Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs and Phoebe Philo — the first New Zealander to receive the honour.

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