In 1996 Visionaire published its ‘Fashion Special’, and it sold out within weeks.
SFMoMA’s art auction to feature work by Jasper Johns, Gerhard Ritcher, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, and other major artists.
The North Borders is a long stride forward – both a natural evolution and a continuation of the electronic palette of Black Sands.
Marc by Marc Jacobs gives the week the shake-up it needed with a much appreciated bolt of fun, light-hearted energy.
Ruins in Reverse is the result of a curatorial collaboration between Tate Modern in London and the Museo de Arte de Lima in Peru, a partnership which will be celebrated by a new commission from José Carlos Martinat.
Dear Stranger (1998-2000) is a highly self-conscious study in photographic voyeurism.
Styled by Eric Waroll, edited by Daniel Haim and photographed by Hervé Coutin, this new fashion editorial contains some of the codes of Margiela: the mystery, the “factory” touch and the disguised simplicity.
The ‘San Francisco’ video clip captures the kaleidoscopic and blurring world that the artist was forced to inhabit the week just before shooting it.
Rescue efforts continue in Venezuela to find the plane of Vittorio Missoni and his wife, which vanished off the coast of Venezuela on Friday.
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.
Taking inspiration from icons of the past to images in nature, artists created looks on the runway that made a serious statement.
It’s hard to pinpoint the best words to describe the collection. It had touches of athletic wear, mixes of downtown cool, and even an almost Amish accessory.
The weather may not have been in Marc Jacob’s favor, but that didn’t stop him from mounting what would be New York Fashion Week’s piece de resistance.
Giorgio Armani shows his take on the athletic trend sweeping the runway.
The brand known for strutting statuesque male models down the runway in their briefs turned to its Italian roots and created a collection playing off the Catholicism of its home.
Nordic prints and textured fabrics create Custo Barcelona’s Beauty and the Beast inspired collection.
Subtlety and Versace go together like pickles and peanut butter. One doesn’t wear Versace to blend in, nor does one eat P&P for a bland sandwich.
Following a hugely successful year, J.W. Anderson presents a menswear collection that’s bound to have some in raptures, so in dismay.
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.
Giorgio Armani release its new advertising campaign for Spring/Summer 2013.
This awesome illustrated and pretty educational activity book follows Gramps and Kiddo on an amazing journey through the history of graphic design.
Don Oehl developed his illustrations through fashion, movement, shapes, and color—all with a wink.
Pulling inspiration from the cave drawings at Chauvet, Rochambeau’s ready-to-wear men’s fall 2013 collection melds cave drawings with utilitarian style.
The Central Saint Martins graduate drew on the grunge look and at times had us wondering if he had magically brought the members of Nirvana back together and back to life.
Jil Sander’s second season back at her namesake brand had her turning back to the basics of simple lines and exquisite tailoring.