Strong, quirky shows full of historical references from Loewe and Undercover.
Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri chose to focus almost exclusively on navy blue for no apparent reason.
The designer’s 100th show demonstrated how fashion can evoke both emotions.
Lanvin and Margiela wrestle with liberty, rigidity and diversity.
The past and present of the city connect at an ingenious Marc Jacobs show.
Kanye West finally delivered a credible fashion show.
Creative director Pieter Mulier on designing the show’s most-talked-about look.
Polished serenity at Oscar de la Renta, The Row, Eckhaus Latta, and Proenza Schouler.
New collections show why clothes aren’t costumes. Plus, Altuzarra’s Renaissance.
The genius of showing in a gloomy, abandoned theater was not matched by the clothes.
Raf Simons’s Calvin Klein collection shows the way toward interpreting this tumultuous era.
Raf Simons offers an expansive vision of America at Calvin Klein.
“To celebrate American women and American fashion.”
What did those fancy couture clients know about fashion that I didn’t?
A great deal, as it turned out, but I wasn’t asking the right questions.
Nicolas Ghesquière presented a collection for Louis Vuitton that drew on his own history of design as it stepped smartly toward the near future.
The designer has a private language, but her clothes speak to today’s woman.
Balmain, Rick Owens, and Galliano at Margiela deliver.
Bouchra Jarrar’s first collection since taking over from Alber Elbaz at Lanvin.
Anthony Vaccarello’s debut collection falls back on label classics. Plus: Young Parisian designers experiment.
From the runway straight to your closet, today.
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