We've seen this before.
Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons and Céline’s Phoebe Philo display their unapologetic visions.
Female designers can't escape the expectation that they're here to make our lives easier when it comes to getting dressed.
Meet those who toil behind the scenes, making clothes with little recognition.
The weekend brings mink-lined Birkenstocks at Celine, Momofuku cookies at Kenzo, and mouse-eared kitten heels at Louboutin.
Men like Kate Upton. Women like Cate Blanchett.
Namely, Raf Simons and Phoebe Philo.
Wide-leg pants, prints, and gauzy wide-leg pants worn over prints.
The Jersey City girl tells us about working with Marc Jacobs, her recent Jeffrey Eugenides kick, and her obsession with Zumba.
Metallic animal-print, Isabel Marant lace, and more highlights from the week.
High praise indeed.
"He feeds into the worst values and assumptions of the industry, which almost always finds a way to confuse effect for fashion."
Quite a bit, according to the FT's Vanessa Friedman.
The designer is due in April.
LVMH is supposedly interested in him for "other reasons."
"It would be amazing for Marc to do couture."
If he goes, Phoebe Philo would supposedly leave Céline to take over Louis Vuitton.
"It's much easier having children, because that creates a natural limit."
Also, Kate Middleton's favorite color is white, and William's is blue.