We would like to present to you Rick Owens’ Spring/Summer 2020 Women’s Paris collection.
We would like to present to you Undercover’s Spring/Summer 2020 Women’s Paris collection lookbook.
We would like to present to you Anrealage’s Spring/Summer 2020 Women’s Paris collection backstage.
We would like to present to you Anrealage’s Spring/Summer 2020 Women’s Paris collection.
In a wide-ranging interview the designer talks to us about his two new books, his body of work, the role of irony and politics in it, his fanbase, and the current generation of fashion.
Last night Rick Owens New York hosted a book signing for the designer for his two recently released books LeGaspi by Rick Owens and Rick Owens Photographed by Danielle Levitt.
This Wednesday, on September 11th, Rick Owens will be signing copies of his newly released books published by Rizzoli, “LeGaspi by Rick Owens” and “Rick Owens Photographed by Danielle Levitt” at his New York flagship store from 6PM – 8PM.
It’s August, the lull before the storm of the fashion month that will start in early September in New York and will end in early October in Paris.
This Saturday, August 3rd, we will be hosting Geoffrey B. Small at Atelier New York for an intimate meet-the-designer event.
Back in 2014, in an Op-Ed for the Business of Fashion, I rang the alarm about fashion stores losing their edge as tastemakers. I was mainly looking at Barneys, the iconic New York department store, as one that was losing its cache with the fashion-forward customer by becoming too commoditized. Fast-forward to 2019 and Barneys is now exploring bankruptcy. Theories abound as to what went wrong with the store, and there is not one single reason for Barneys possible demise – there is the crazy rent hike on its flagship, increased competition online, changing consumer tastes. But out of all commentators Lauren Sherman, of BoF nailed a big one, “Instead of owning cool, Barneys began chasing it.”