Rei Kawakubo's indelible vision spellbinds yet again. Her blockbuster fall show for Comme des Garçons ushers in a new era of beauty without boundaries—redefining preconceived notions of silhouette and shape.
The tradition and precision of Savile Row-inspired tailoring gives new edge to the poetic fragility of fall's dark romance. A gentle fluidity of strength and softness, of black and white, of vintage and modern, exploring the contradiction of how we want to dress now.
Sacai's Chitose Abe transforms her language of avant-garde feminine cool in a new collaboration with Nike, respinning the brand's classic athletic shapes into an electric sportswear proposition that will keep you chic on your feet.
For his first collection for Louis Vuitton, designer Nicolas Ghesquière proposes a luxurious retro-futurism. Mixing iconic house vocabulary with the simplicity of '70s cool girls, the clothing and accessories build a desirable, modern wardrobe.
A fresh take on tailoring mixes Parisian elegance with London cool, all seen through the clean lines of a street-sharp New York eye that leaves gender-specific preconceptions by the wayside. Here, seven new faces take seven new looks off the sidewalk.