People keep calling for designers to look into the future, but rarely has a season been so obsessed with the past as London Fashion Week, which wrapped up Tuesday night with a reception in 10 Downing Street.
Brace yourself for the first post-Brexit season in London, which will dominate the coming long weekend. It has finally happened, and nobody in the UK or throughout European fashion seems terribly happy about that.
Tory Burch took her inspiration from fine art this season. Specifically, the quirkily offbeat and monumental ceramic sculptures of Francesca DiMattio, and the result was one of her most powerful collections to date.
JW Anderson is the latest big name to be added to the list of Moncler Genius designers and is joining for its 2020 drops, as is another newcomer Rimowa, and an unexpected addition from outside of the fashion field.
While fashion weeks come to an end along with the imploding calendars they bring, some labels have questioned the future of this system and the industy's predilection for overproduction and hyper-consumerism.
Irish designer Jonathan Anderson, founder of the JW Anderson label and the creative director of Loewe, will chair the fashion competition’s jury at the 35th edition of the Hyères International Fashion Festival.
A score of mannequins sat in the front row at JW Anderson on Wednesday, heads covered by cardboard cut outs of the face of Arthur Rimbaud. An homage to the French poet, but also to cult figure David Wojnarowicz.