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From New York to Paris, the Fall/Winter ’19 runway shows ushered in a flurry of trends reflective of the current zeitgeist. Here, T sieves five of them.
Creative director Sandra Choi recreates the uniform for the modern heroine with a pinch of glamour and regalness.
London has been known to be the home of burgeoning design talents. Here, we dissect the Spring/Summer ’19 collections of four of the city’s brightest rising stars.
The Fall 2019 shows have wrapped up in Milan. See our favourite moments, as captured by T’s photographers.
Here, a visual tour through the eclectic underground vaults of Moncler Genius Fall/Winter ’19.
The Italian brand’s Fall/Winter ’19 collection translates Washington’s recent distinct moment of female triumph into an arsenal of hard-hitting yet glamorous power dressing.
The fashion industry flooded in from all corners of the globe to pay their respects to the late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld prior to his funeral.
Our favourite images from the shows, as captured by T’s photographers.
The Fall 2019 men’s shows are underway in Europe, and T’s photographers are on the ground, cameras in hand. We’ll be updating here throughout the month with our favourite images from the runways.
At Bottega Veneta, former Celine ready-to-wear director Daniel Lee reincarnates the sensibility of effortless dressing for the modern women, and extends it into menswear.
Set against the glittering Manhattan cityscape, revisit Vaccarello’s inaugural sojourn into ultra-glam masculinity for the Spring/Summer ’19 season.
The late architect, Charles Rennie Mackintosh's artistic repertoire finds its way to Loewe's ready-to-wear holiday collection.
From bold statement pieces to comfortable archlights, street style influencer Yoyo Cao dissects the cruise collection as it hit retail shelves this season.
In its Cruise ’19 collection, Prada removed itself not only from its home base, but also from all the seriousness associated with ready-to-wear.
The winner of 2017's LVMH Prize has some new proposals — couture made from up-cycled dead-stock clothes, and couture's complex craftsmanship should be made available for all.
Giorgio Armani has spent four decades building his huge fashion empire. Still at the helm of his group of establishments, his career is one that is underscored by unparalleled determination and power.
The updated camera has better light flare control, shutter speed, automatic focus, and exposure for night and low-light conditions.
A recap of what went down at the Grand Palais beach: models strutted in their bare feet, carried beach ball bags, and wore lots of straw hats.
A look into Paul Andrew and Guillaume Meilland’s sophomore co-ed outing at Ferragamo.
Anthony Vaccarello’s Spring/Summer ’19 collection was a watershed moment for the Saint Laurent woman and for the designer himself.
In her Fall/ Winter 2018 collection, Natacha Ramsay-Levi reconfigured the codes of Chloé.
The 30-year-old London-based fashion designer on his love for sequins — a trend that loomed large in the London fashion week past.
Instagram is a dangerous threat thinning Japan's fashion identity.
The designer captures the days leading up to his presentation at Pitti Uomo in Florence — his first show outside London.
After his appointment as creative director at Saint Laurent, Anthony Vaccarello abandoned all prospects of mimicking its founder. Instead, he chose to stand by his own convictions.
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