Fabien Baron

The Artist

March 21, 2018

Men’s and women’s tailoring pieces become one, worn with the spirit of 1920s androgyny. Both artistic and intellectual, challenging the gender conventions of the time, their strength shines through the dark.

Kim Jones’s most iconic moments at Louis Vuitton

January 17, 2018

The menswear designer is departing after helming the luxury brand for seven years. We take a whistle-stop tour of his travel-inspired collections.

Maria Grazia Chiuri talks Dior’s past and future with Bianca Jagger

December 12, 2017

As the first female creative director at the house of Dior, the Italian designer is injecting feminism into fashion—not for an ideal woman, but for every woman.

The Crown

July 31, 2017

A rebellious young monarch secedes her throne, trading life in the spotlight’s glare for the anonymity of the city. God save the queen? Not if she has any say in the matter.

Quiet Storm

July 26, 2017

Strength is its own rebellion. In the hands of Guido, the defining cut of the season feels both powerful and gamine. And with a kick of boyish grit, the identifying crop of ’60s career girls and left bank étudiantes feels entirely of the now.

It’s Personal

July 10, 2017

The Fall collections represent a diverse group of influences and styles, but there’s one thing everyone seems to agree on: the time to express yourself is now.

Black Magic

June 29, 2016

Devised by Guido, a new fashion tribe is formed, plunged into the inky void and emerging with a haunting, somber romance. The codes of the deepest, darkest hue are refreshed for a new season.

Kim Jones

May 9, 2016

In his five years as the men’s artistic director at Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones has brought some street to the High Street, and taken menswear on a glorious safari.

Dark Angel

April 13, 2016

In the delicate space where modernity meets romanticism, the purity and softness of white is cut with the gothic edge of black. A haunting haute couture feeling envelops the season.

Rick Owens

April 8, 2016

William Gibson has said, “The future is already here—it’s just not evenly distributed.” And we think most of it is located in the Paris headquarters of Rick Owens. Out there, at a safe remove from the fashion mainstream, on the horizon of beauty, behavior, and belief, Owens has made a wrinkle in time, building a new world, a future world, for others of like mind to gather and grow.

More Than a Woman

February 29, 2016

Since she began at the house of Céline, Phoebe Philo has consistently redefined and reshaped the feminine wardrobe in all its grace and strength.


February 17, 2016

Envisioned by Guido, everyday coiffure escapes the ordinary and transforms to fashion’s whims. The new season’s hair, formed from its natural texture and shape, upends gender conventions to celebrate the individuality that comes from within.

Riccardo Tisci

February 2, 2016

Fashion’s high priest of goth may also be the industry’s foremost utopian. As the creative director at Givenchy, and in his various creative partnerships, Riccardo Tisci is trying to build a limitless world where everyone is free and everyone is welcome.

Gaspar Noé

October 19, 2015

Film’s great provocateur has grown from an irascible enfant terrible—making thumb-biting films about incest (I Stand Alone, 1998), rape and revenge (Irreversible, 2002), and the transcendence of drugs and death (Enter the Void, 2009)—into an incredibly mature, if still rude and puckish, filmmaker of the meditative and heartbreaking romance, Love, out this month.


October 14, 2015

The creative directors at the forefront of a new renaissance in Italian fashion invite us into their storied Roman house, and behind the scenes of their staggering couture presentation in the Eternal City.

Rei Kawakubo

October 13, 2015

After more than 45 years pushing the vanguard of fashion, the revolutionary designer is still making clothes that she hopes will set us free.

In the Air

October 5, 2015

These ideas come to you, on the wind, like the fallen leaves: images you’ve never seen but cannot shake; people and feelings and a mutual inspiration everyone seems to know and be talking about.

Nicole Kidman

September 29, 2015

Towering talent and fearless commitment to her work made her an Oscar winner. But it is for her peerless grace and disarming candor—on film, stage, and in life—that Nicole Kidman is our most beloved screen siren.


September 1, 2015

Born in Massachusetts in 1983, Kevin Systrom grew into the kind of person we call a tinkerer, and what he describes as obsessive.

Done Up

June 29, 2015

In the visionary hands of master hairstylist Guido, the coiffed up-do of the ladies who lunch of decades past finds a new life in the fall collections.