A busy weekend of action at the virtual Paris Fashion Week, where most of the online videos were shot thousands of miles away from the French capital. We look at five of the most notable houses over this past 48 hours.
One designer who has had an unusual career path is Andreas Aresti, a Queens-born designer who lives in the West Village, produces in Italy and showed his latest collection for Lourdes in Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday.
Think of it as a Scandinavian alliance nurtured in Los Angeles. Annie Bing has launched a collaborative collection with her fellow Dane, supermodel Helena Christensen, with a 10-piece limited-edition Holiday collection.
Many people regard New York as the ultimate urban jungle; Michael Kors sees it more as a charming oasis. On Thursday, Kors unspooled his latest ideas online, a S/S 2021 collection reflecting nature through an urban lens.
The 'it-word' of fashion these past few years is sustainability, even if most brands and designers just pay lip service to the idea. Not at Gabriela Hearst, where practically every look had a recycled component.
Donatella Versace announced Tuesday that she is a new ambassador of Stonewall, the riot in the West Village that signaled the beginning of the gay rights movement, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this Friday.
Maria Grazia Chiuri never really takes a break. Two weeks after her African-inspired Christian Dior cruise show in Marrakech, Chiuri designed the costumes for a phantasmagorical performance at the Tiepolo Ball in Venice.