New York is done with dressing down: the splashy black-tie Met Gala returned Monday, with a cohort of Gen-Z's glitterati -- and, despite the pandemic, this year the fashion was so fierce one guest wielded a sword.
Condé Nast has named Eugénie Trochu as head of editorial content at Vogue Paris. Her appointment comes four months after the departure of Emmanuelle Alt, as the publication seeks to restructure its teams.
Fashionistas have been predicting the death of haute couture for over decade, but when the next Paris haute couture season debuts next week, it will boast more live catwalk shows than any fashion season this year.
New York's star-studded Met Gala will focus on youth and diversity this year, with four co-chairs under the age of 30 -- actor Timothee Chalamet, poet Amanda Gorman, singer Billie Eilish and tennis player Naomi Osaka.