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Velvet enters a new mood. Worn head to toe with a laissez-faire 'tude, the sensuous fabric is the season's new canvas.
The latest iterations of the ubiquitous khaki trench lend a covert mystery to fall's standout looks.
For its fall ’16 jewelry collection, Mulberry creative director Johnny Coca plunged into British lore—from the Middle Ages to the Victorian era—and chose gemstones long associated with mysticism, such as tigereye, said to bring protection and good fortune.
Fashion's current most influential are united in their unwavering individuality.
Part Brit Punk, part Queen-Mother thrift, the street suggests a new layered mix of rebellion and tradition.
Sharp tailoring and a voluminous silhouette redefine the look of couture this season for a more modern ease.
Under Armour has established itself as the gold standard for high-tech, no-frills activewear. Now the brand is expanding into more fashionable territory with a new imprint, overseen by designer Tim Coppens.
Prada takes pajama dressing to the next level.
"I tried to approach making the jacket like a mix-media painting," says Henry Levy, designer of Enfants Riches Déprimés, who created a custom leather jacket for our Andy's Candy feature.
Collier Schorr photographs couture for our September issue https://t.co/glgHYBLYDu https://t.co/9smGo7b6au