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Trending22 April 2019
Inside the Chanel Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition in Shanghai

Held at a former aircraft factory hangar, the Mademoiselle Privé is an interactive emporium of everything Chanel.

Trending17 April 2019
Can the Birkin Bag Survive the Resale Market?

Off the wait list and into, yikes, the plebeian wilds of Instagram and the RealReal.

Street Style, Trending9 April 2019
Inside the Subversive Mind of Hiroshi Fujiwara

7 Moncler Genius Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara’s latest collection is a manifestation of the streetwear godfather’s cerebral vision.

Trending8 April 2019
Object of Desire: Jimmy Choo Helia Bag

A handbag that speaks of a certain lifestyle imagined for the contemporary woman.

Trending4 April 2019
Three Female Architects Reinvent Prada’s Nylon Into a Raincoat, a Bag and a Neck Pillow

In the next chapter of its “Prada Invites” initiative, the Italian house extends its invitation to collaborate to three revered females from the architecture industry.

Trending, Watches1 April 2019
Designer Ini Archibong Shares a Glimpse Into His World, in Photographs

Known for his sophisticated furniture and now a sculptural new watch for Hermès, the California native shares images from a month on the road.

Runway, Trending29 March 2019
A Day at the Beach with Chanel

Chanel breaks the rules and sets new ones on how to dress for that moment of sheer freedom.

Trending26 March 2019
In Male-Saturated Realms, Two Women Letting Their Self-Expression Go Unfiltered

Two Singaporean women — one’s a boxer, the other a potter — are unleashing their own forms of creativity with no holds barred.

Trending26 March 2019
Riccardo Tisci, the Outsider Looking in

At Burberry, a new chapter is written as newly appointed chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci debuts his Spring/Summer ’19 collection, “Kingdom”. This multi-dimensional collection is set to define the Italian designer’s tenure at the storied British fashion house.

Trending20 March 2019
Brand to Know: The Digital Reincarnate of Old Celine

Building an Instagram ecosystem of his own, Phoebe Philo protégé Peter Do calls for a return to real clothing that digitally connects with real modern women.

Trending, Wellness15 March 2019
Why Do We Wear Black So Much? A Fashion Psychologist Explains

There is much more to black’s fiercely enduring appeal beyond the function of easy matching. The colour black is, indeed, a form of armour.

Trending14 March 2019
Objects of Desire: A Trio of Tory Burch Handbags

Up close with the three leading staples of Tory Burch’s Spring/Summer ’19 family of bags.

Trending13 March 2019
People to Know: The Lifelong Friends Distilling Narratives in Clothes

Lyna Ty and Melvin Tanaya of Australian label Song for the Mute have known each other longer than they have been apart. Reflective of their bond, their clothing is what the partners call “a long-form story”.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending12 March 2019
T Suggests: A Karl Lagerfeld Podcast, a Nostalgia-Infused Bar and an Anti-Fashion Workwear Label

A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.

Trending7 March 2019
Object of Desire: Givenchy Tag Messenger

Clare Waight Keller’s latest lineup of bags offers a versatile, borrowed-from-the-boys sensibility.

Trending6 March 2019
Is Purposeful Modesty the New Power Dress?

As a new, ’80s-inspired silhouette emerges, are women finally getting the dress of their dreams?

Trending5 March 2019
Object of Desire: Dior J’adior Slingback Pump

A sophisticated proposal for the lady on the move.

Trending, T | On Set4 March 2019
On Set | In Equilibrium with Bottega Veneta’s New Bags

The balancing act between the past and future of storied Italian leather craftsmanship at Bottega Veneta.

Trending, T | On Set1 March 2019
On Set | Tracing Back the Dior Men Saddle Bag

A feted symbol of the house, the Saddle bag makes a return in Kim Jones’ new Dior Men collection.

Entertainment & Culture, Trending27 February 2019
Kiko Mizuhara — The Japanese Model On Being True To Herself

No one can really catch up with Tokyo’s model and Instagram icon Kiko Mizuhara’s whirlwind of activities. And there’s no stopping her right now.

Trending27 February 2019
Object of Desire: Nike Air Max Dia Sneakers

Made by a collective of four female Nike employees — a designer, engineer, developer and product manager — for the female sneakerhead.

Trending24 February 2019
Working for a New Normal in Italian Fashion’s Understanding of Race

The Gucci blackface sweater and Dolce & Gabbana’s missteps in China have the knitwear designer Edward Buchanan seeking change.

T | On Set, Trending22 February 2019
On Set | The Making of an Hermès Kelly Bag

Construction of the fashion house’s iconic bag, named after Grace Kelly, takes 20 to 25 hours at the Hermès atelier in Pantin, a suburb just outside of Paris.

Trending19 February 2019
Karl Lagerfeld, Iconic Designer of Chanel and Fendi, Dies at 85

The world’s most prolific, and perhaps most iconic, designer has died in Paris.

Trending12 February 2019
Person to Know: The Danish Designer Making Fanciful Dresses With a Dark Side

Cecilie Bahnsen has won a loyal following for her frilled and intricately embroidered pieces, but now she’s experimenting with a less innocent mood.

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