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The sculptural handbags of the New York-based designer are the new emblems of an erupting resistance.
Through an installation that travels across Asia, Loro Piana exhibits the delicate intricacy of its talismanic cashmere.
Deviating from the textbook definition of gender-bound dressing, the new codes of womenswear and menswear are all about self-expression.
All the highlights from the spring 2020 shows.
The Vara, since its conception in 1978 by the maison’s eponymous founder’s daughter Fiamma Ferragamo, has stood its ground as a harbinger of design and sensibility.
The British fashion designer, who’s come to be known for her smocked tulle dresses, on the necessary act of travelling.
A lineup of Fall/Winter ’19 carryalls that double up as a history book of each house’s heritage.
As florals, ruffles and intricate embellishments take centre stage, the modern woman of today embraces an unapologetic return to all things pretty and feminine.
“My work is not cool,” Tomo Koizumi insists. “Being cool is boring. I want to make something beautiful. Maybe it’s uncool-cool.”
All the highlights from the spring 2020 shows, as captured by T’s photographers.
In their defiance of trends, Emilia Wickstead’s stunningly simple dresses speak to our very modern longing for the old-fashioned.
From one penpal to another, distance is but a measure. Here, besides hundreds of miles between the two, are handwritten postcards and the Ferragamo boxyz bag.
Meet the rising talents who will be showing their collections in New York, London, Paris and Milan.
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.
The designer plans a party, completes fittings — and debuts the spring 2020 presentation for his namesake knitwear label.
Thebe Magugu’s powerful womenswear has earned him this year’s LVMH Prize.
The fashion designer dresses one of his collectible Fashion Royalty dolls with a copy of The New York Times.
The culmination of in-depth research and the maison’s storied artisanal craftsmanship.
For more than three decades, the Belgian designer has been offering gleefully irreverent alternatives to the staid men’s wear of old.
Versace’s new line of handbags, dubbed the Virtus, is sure to enthral the intrepid maximalists.
Diamonds in the rough.
Telegraph a studied confidence with pops of saturated colour and the structured ease of the Fall/Winter ’19 collection.
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