Including Paul Smith, Twenty8Twelve, and House of Holland.
In this edition of Design Hunting, Wendy Goodman attends the museum's National Design Awards in Washington, D.C.
Including top picks from Marc by Marc Jacobs, DVF, Lacoste, Calypso St. Barth, and more.
Top picks include Yamamoto, Westwood, Galliano, Burberry, and more.
Plus, see the complete menswear collections from Hermès, Dior Homme, John Galliano, Raf Simons, Thom Browne, and Paul Smith.
Plus, watch videos from Thom Browne, Paul Smith, Raf Simons, and Givenchy.
Also, Paul Smith on why he doesn't do collaborations.
London's runways were a mix of the past, present, and future faces of modeling.
Smith's collection this season sadly includes tweed knickers (does anyone really look good in these things?).
Also see Tilda Swinton's spring campaign for Pringle of Scotland.
A Chelsea McDonald's got an "upscale" makeover, but can Mickey D's really do "European style"?
"It would be wonderful if fashion shows died out completely. They're so time-consuming and costly."
London's runways were as exciting and diverse as the collections they show.
"Here was an instant trend that will make gingham fashionable for the first time since the era of Brigitte Bardot."
And the movie 'Fame' inspired new lip glosses that are sold at Sephora.
Also, Diane Kruger makes cheap hair accessories chic.
Check out his bright-green shorts in this week's Video Look Book.
Men's floral prints challenge the ubiquitous plaid shirt this spring. Are you man enough to flaunt them?
This season, designers sent out messy furs, oodles of lamb, and shearling in droves. PETA, we suggest you avert your eyes.