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Live from Milan on Sunday, 22 September at 10pm.
The spring 2020 shows have come to a close in New York. Here, the most memorable moments from the runways, as captured by T’s photographers.
See the spring 2020 collection as it comes down the runway.
Live from Milan.
Ever since creative director Sophie Delafontaine decamped her shows from Paris to New York, the Longchamp girl has gradually acquired a gritty urban polish to herself.
Live on Tuesday, 17 September at 12am.
Live from New York.
Telegraph a studied confidence with pops of saturated colour and the structured ease of the Fall/Winter ’19 collection.
In coats that arrive rendered in seasonal hues, Singaporean actor Joel Choo makes a bold statement for the autumnal wardrobe.
The similarities between the designer and the country run deeper than what meets the eye.
Worn on the arms of actress Constance Lau, the structured silhouette of Alexander McQueen’s exquisite Spider Jewelled satchel finds its place, fittingly, in an art gallery.
See Clare Wright Keller's fourth couture collection for Givenchy.
The newly-refurbished boutique in ION Orchard cements the new direction of Bottega Veneta under creative director, Daniel Lee.
Live on Saturday, 22 June at 12am.
Sustainability as a key element of modern design may be more than just another example of fashion attempting to be on trend.
Virgil Abloh presents his third collection for the house — live here on Thursday, 20 June at 8.30pm.
Live on Saturday, 15 June at 2.30am.
30 years after the collapse of the Berlin Wall, Max Mara tied two of the city’s late residents — David Bowie and Marlene Dietrich — in its Resort ’20 collection as a poignant cultural paean.
Live on Friday, 7 June at 11.00am.
Live on Wednesday, 5 June at 7pm.
The versatility of the Pre-Fall ’19 collection is put to the test as we switch between real and virtual dimensions.
We play a game with Chanel’s latest Coco Crush collection where no set of rules apply.
Set inside the Grand Palais was a replica of a Belle Époque train station. There, Virginie Viard — Karl Lagerfeld’s successor at Chanel — stepped up to fill the big shoes and leafed a new chapter for the French house.
In the outskirts of the French capital city of Paris, the season’s womenswear underscored by an ease of structure and feminine romanticism paint a picture of the contemporary state of fashion.
The French brand’s Fall/Winter 2019 show in the Big Apple last February was dedicated to “women who rove the globe”.
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