Burberry has launched the second of the Monogram collections created by Riccardo Tisci with an even bigger splash than usual this time as the accompanying campaign is fronted by Kendall Jenner. It has its own game too.
The house of Valentino is planning a unique couture double header this July, a blend of physical and digital that will span two cities – Paris and Rome - the latest novel idea for presenting fashion during the pandemic.
The rumour had been circulating since April, and now it is official: on Tuesday, the US designer of the 1017 Alyx 9SM label will join Givenchy, succeeding Clare Waight Keller as the luxury label's creative director.
Danko Steiner and Nick Knight have shot Irina Shayk, Fran Summers, Sora Choi, He Cong, Alexis Chaparro and more for the wide-ranging new Burberry campaign as the firm highlights both the classic and the relaxed.
The supermodel has been snapped up by the British heritage fashion house for the first time to front the campaign for its new Monogram collection, a "contemporary capsule for everyone" that launches on May 22.
It’s always a pleasure to return to fashion week in Paris, the climax of a month of international runway shows where designers do what they are meant to do: create visually arresting images along with exciting fashion.