Gregory Parkinson pulled a quick 180, leaving his signature taste for resplendent colors back in the studio to deliver a deep and moody Fall lineup.
The structured designs inspired by architect Santiago Calatrava from Carlos Campos Spring 2013 line continued in his fall collection with strong tailoring and slim fits.
Nordic prints and textured fabrics create Custo Barcelona’s Beauty and the Beast inspired collection.
Cushnie et Ochs cite pilgrims and the Salem witch trials as inspirations for their FW 2013 collection, but their signature provocation stayed wholly intact.
Bernardo Rojo, Joseph Abboud’s still-fresh creative director gave the suits a rest and started the week off with a forward-thinking outerwear showcase.
Shane Gabier and Chris Peters of Creatures of the Wind balance their whimsy and consumer-mindedness for fall, but it’s their folksy roots that win out.
Sending us on a Turkish adventure, Armani styled and designed dresses to be worn over pants with prints and patterns that seemed perfect for perusing a market in Istanbul.
In typical Jean Paul Gaultier fashion, the designer went against the trend of the couture lines to have shown.
With the Spring season as his muse, Raf Simons delivers on his promise as a couturier at Dior and quiets his naysayers for good.
This exaggeration in design is probably the most visually noticeable, but look more closely and you’ll see the detail. And oh the detail Valli does.
Once upon a time, Ulyana Sergeenko sent a fairy tale themed collection down the runway. The time? Her Spring 2013 couture collection. And the place was none other than Paris.
Did someone order sugary sweet couture? If so, Alexis Mabille delivered.As his first year showing with the haute couture appellate, Mabille celebrated like a kid in a candy store.
For her third haute couture show, Donatella Versace strikes an unprecedented chord: luxurious daywear – front and center.
Sometimes an inspiration takes a hold of one’s creativity and adds blinders to one’s vision. This inspiration can easily incept one’s mind.
Fashion can be fantastical and whimsical. These elements are some of the reasons why so many people are enthralled with it.
In typical Moschino style, a juxtaposing collection went down the runway and worked beautifully. This year’s contrasting theme melded opulence with the everyday.
Earth tones ruled the runway for Fendi’s Fall outing in a massive turnaround from the futuristic vibe of its previous collection.
Emporio Armani managed to create a not-so-future futuristic look Fall. Managing to strike an almost unfathomable mix of pragmatism with a hint of the future, the pieces utilize a mix of textures, sheens, and colors.
Paul Surridge serves up a Z Zegna collection of merry wanderers, risk-takers and romantics.
Giorgio Armani shows his take on the athletic trend sweeping the runway.
The Kenzo man evolves into something a bit more serious, a bit more high-fashion, at this year’s Pitti Uomo.
Christopher Bailey brings back some much needed creative verve to his Burberry Prorsum men’s line.
Following a hugely successful year, J.W. Anderson presents a menswear collection that’s bound to have some in raptures, so in dismay.
Marni finds the right mix of school boy elegance and athletic accents. Boyish charm sums up Marni’s Ready-to-Wear collection for fall 2013.
Jil Sander’s second season back at her namesake brand had her turning back to the basics of simple lines and exquisite tailoring.