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85-Year-Old Model Carmen Dell’Orefice Closed a Couture Show
In flaming-red feathers and a crown.
Viktor & Rolf Turned Old, Worn Gowns Into Couture Collages
Vetements Gave All Its Invitees Fake IDs for Today’s Show
Finding new ways to make couture week transgressive.
Chanel Showed Sparkling Couture Inside a Hall of Mirrors
And house favorite Lily-Rose Depp closed the show.
Have Dark Eye Circles? Dior Shows You How to Put Some Glitter on It
Who needs concealer?
Maria Grazia Chiuri Made Her Dior Couture Debut Amid an Enchanted Forest Set
Celine Dion Is Owning Paris Couture Week Right Now
She’s reinventing herself, with help from Zendaya’s stylist.
How Hedi Slimane Tried to Remake Luxury in His Own Image
Love him or hate him, he’s had quite the impact.
Is Couture More Relevant Than You Think?
Designer Yacine Aouadi, who landed the slot right next to Chanel, says it is.
Fashion Is Moving Too Fast, and It’s Killing Creativity
Raf Simons is far from the first to decry the breakneck pace of the industry.
Can You Transform Plastic and Burlap Into Couture?
A left-field take on traditional craftsmanship at Margiela, and canvases turned dresses at Viktor & Rolf.
The Couture-iest Street Style at the Couture Shows
Parisian heat be damned.
Armani and Chanel Played Up Couture’s Inherent Glitz
While Bouchra Jarrar offered a more minimalist take on the motif.
dispatches from couture
Couture Is the Ultimate Canvas for Creativity
Freed from market demands, designers get to tell elaborate stories with clothes.
Raf Simons Complicates ‘Pretty’ at Dior Couture
The designer delivered a flower-soaked meditation on decadence.
Couture Left Reality in the Dust This Season
And reclaimed its right to overt fantasy.