After five years as Burberry’s chief creative officer, Riccardo Tisci is stepping down. His last show for the brand took place on Monday, after the London Fashion Week show had been rescheduled due to the funeral of the Queen. Tisci’s spot at the British heritage house will be filled by Daniel Lee, the former creative director of Bottega Veneta.
His appointment reinforces the ambitions Burberry has for the future, as he has a unique understanding of today’s luxury consumer. Daniel Lee grew up in Bradford. He graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2010 with a master’s degree under the tutelage of Louise Wilson .
After another successful New York Fashion Week, Buyers were exhausted, as it is always the case after any fashion weeks. However, this time around they were inspired by the prevailing trends of inclusivity, sexy, glamorous skin-revealing looks, and dressing up once again. Continue reading
The worlds of culture and fashion have collided,” said Alexandre Arnault, Tiffany & Co. executive vice president of product and communications. The fiercely glamorous imagery of the second campaign featuring Beyoncé is very similar to the album art for her recently released “Renaissance,” in which the brand featured Beyoncé. But isn’t culture already in fashion?
She launched her own brand, called Helsa, which she did in a very creative way, no?The former Victoria’s Secret Angel’s clothing line will debut on eBay and Fwrd’s official online store on Tuesday.
New York Fashion Week will coincide with the launch of 48 styles in sizes XXS to XL as part of Revolve Gallery’s initial release.
The story goes that she studied fashion secretly, but very secretly. To be continued…
Tribute to its land and its culture. With the aim of bringing all the essence of Andalucía to Paris. The designer has once again invited her friend and well-known actress Rossy de Palma and the artists Israel Fernandez and Diego del Morao to musicalize the fashion show. Continue reading
One nugget of advice Olivier Rousteing received from Jean Paul Gaultier for his one-off couture collection: Just be yourself, that is, to be bad?. A profound statement (if you know what I mean) from a French fashion legend synonymous with unfettered self-expression and presaging a process of discovery for Rousteing, who has spent most of his fashion career at Balmain, which he overhauled and reenergized in his own image.
In the ateliers at peak concentration, Rousteing realized his intricate designs in an exclusive preview at Jean Paul Gaultier headquarters on Friday, nobody understood anything in the workshops!. At Balmain, I have a different sense of femininity. Despite expressing sadness at the conclusion of the project, Rousteing was grateful for the opportunity, praising the atelier’s capabilities.
In honor of Gaultier’s countless contributions to fashion, he took on the task with great respect. One of the few designers who could be both a creative director as well as iconic and well known around the world, he was a real inspiration to me as a designer. Rousteing marveled at Gaultier’s fame as much as his clothes, putting him on the same level as Yves Saint Laurent.