The designer’s muse returns from Europe with another brilliant collection. Plus: Kors goes disco, delightfully.
Top marks for Vaquera; passing grades for de la Renta and Gabriela Hearst.
The Row (and Proenza Schouler) could be less studied and more sensual, though — like Maria Cornejo.
As digital lays waste to the old ways, there’s a lack of direction among New York designers.
They’re sticking to the ambiguous style that helped change fashion.
The colorful designer goes black-and-white. Plus: relaxed sophistication at Lam and Comey.
Telfar’s baptism by fashion was a gas, even if the clothes weren’t. Plus: Ralph Lauren’s bistro finesse.
The famously provocative designer has chilled out.
Her quirky, wearable, ultra-feminine clothes have made her one of the most successful young designers of her generation.
After just two years, four collections, and several awards, Calvin Klein and Simons part ways.
The Perry Ellis collection became a touchstone of the ’90s and beyond. Now, his eponymous label is reproducing 26 of the original runway outfits.
The Louis Vuitton designer’s sudden move away from structure was more exciting than his talk of female empowerment.
Simple pleasures at Chanel. Plus: McQueen’s ancient history; McCartney’s gift to Zara.
Masculine/feminine at Givenchy. Plus: High-tech tailoring at Balenciaga; Thom Browne’s S&M WASPs.
The 75-year-old legend finds another new direction. Plus: Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski comes into her own at Hermès.
Olivier Rousteing’s Balmain understands it. Plus: Loewe might be getting too relaxed.
Fashion for dark days. Plus: Accessible sensuality at Chloé.
The designer’s gorgeous spring collection balanced grandness and ease. Plus: Marine Serre keeps it up.
To have it, a designer must stand for something.
Alessandro Michele’s oddly timed but moving trip through Paris’s fashion history. Plus: Clever, effortless simplicity at Dior.