In typical Jean Paul Gaultier fashion, the designer went against the trend of the couture lines to have shown.
In the past twenty years, design has branched out in new directions, galvanizing young practitioners, sparking novel business models, and attracting worldwide attention.
Ranging from an armored gauntlet in a First World War poster by Ludwig Hohlwein to glistening talons advertising Japanese nail polish in the 1980s, the disembodied hands in this exhibition salute, menace, manipulate, and caress.
A personal series shot by Romain Laurent in February 2013 in the streets of New York City.
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.
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.
Jil Sander’s second season back at her namesake brand had her turning back to the basics of simple lines and exquisite tailoring.
Espionage inspiration is kind of a funny one. For a career that wants you to blend in, fashion designers who use the spy world as inspiration sure make it difficult.
For her third haute couture show, Donatella Versace strikes an unprecedented chord: luxurious daywear – front and center.
Dutch artist Theo Jansen specializes in building large mechanisms out of PVC that are able to move on their own, known as “Strandbeest.”