More than 130 looks are on display in a new exhibit.
Only three news outlets will be invited to see it.
She covers the new issue of WSJ. magazine.
Wisely heeding Cathy Horyn's advice.
See a photo of one from the year 1930.
"I had the feeling I was looking at children, decorative, doll-like children, and not real women," writes Horyn.
See all the looks that walked today in Paris.
Not a real plane that few around and stuff, but a fake plane built in Paris's Grand Palais.
Plus Alexis Mabille, Bouchra Jarrar, and Christophe Josse.
Apparently Karl Lagerfeld has plans for some very extravagant, if restricting, décor.
The Chambre Syndicale granted him his full membership early.
"Clients are chicer, you know?"
That's right, a bumper-size group of fashionistas to finish out couture week.
Because even post-show, a model isn't always off-duty.
Plus, details on the makeup at the Chanel and Valentino couture shows.
See the latest runway slideshows from couture week in Paris.
Meet one of the most ubiquitous red-carpet designers.
Anyone who didn't feel like going to the show at 10 p.m. was well rewarded, then.