A year ago, German photographer Peter Lindbergh, who passed away in September, lensed a series of iconic models from the Dior archives in the heart of New York. The result is a photo book published this week by Taschen.
Carl von Clausewitz was famed for his adage that war is the continuation of politics by other means. This week at Paris Photo and in multiple photo exhibitions, photography is the continuation of politics by other means.
From Maison Kitsuné to L’Exception, Archive 18-20 and Yves Saint Laurent, many Parisian fashion labels and stores have introduced a café area, the latest being A.P.C., opening its café from November 20 to January 31.
Instead of leading in fashion education, Paris has historically dawdled behind its greatest rivals. Though that seems very likely to change, and quickly, thanks to a major new project launched in Paris with the IFM.
Leave it to Hedi Slimane to launch a range of very Parisian, 'Haute Parfumerie' scents with a surprising strategy, which kicks off this weekend with the brand’s first perfume-only boutique in central Paris.
One of the world's most expensive garments, an embroidered jacket by Yves Saint Laurent inspired by Vincent van Gogh's "Sunflowers", will go under the hammer in Paris next month, Christie's auction house said Wednesday.
The new Lyst Index for Q3 shows that Daniel Lee’s appointment at Bottega Veneta was an inspired move for Kering with the label entering the hottest brands list for the first time, climbing 21 places in the ranking.
Despite disruption in Hong Kong, Kering recorded a positive Q3 with revenue up by 14%, driven by strong performances by Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Saint Laurent, as the luxury group’s share price soared last Friday.