The 15th anniversary edition of Lakme Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 (LFW) begins in Mumbai today, with presentations by top and emerging designers. While realising the need to work with Indian craftsmen to revive traditional rich weaves, designers are also paying attention to create clothes that match […]

Surely you have noticed the paradox of the front row at fashion shows. The amount of media coverage dedicated to celebrities arriving at fashion week presentations sees photographers snapping away at the head count of mostly paid-to-watch celebrities, wearing designer-borrowed outfits that are instantly […]

The bi-annual fashion parade which jumped from New York, London and Milan has come to a spectacular end in the birthplace of haute couture: Paris. Whilst a number of fashion houses hosted catwalk shows that successfully complimented the collections being presented, some events were said to be so extravagant […]

Western Canada Fashion Week (WCFW) is the longest running fashion week in Alberta and the second-largest in Canada. Our primary mission is to create a community that unites everyone involved in the fashion and beauty industries. Established in 2005, WCFW is celebrating our ten year, twenty season anniversary […]

Valentino's lighthearted addition of Zoolander actors Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson on the catwalk unanimously stole the show on day eight of Paris Fashion Week. Reprising their Derek Zoolander and Hansel characters, the actors closed the show with a little help from Anna Wintour. "Fashion can be very […]

Oneofakind Baton Rouge Fashion Week 2015 ended on a high note with their Big Night fashion show at Capitol Park Museum, Saturday night. Designers from all across the region showcased their own original pieces, leaving the Louisiana fashion community wanting more. “It’s exhilarating to experience something […]

Shirtdresses and coats were the order of the day at Sacai. Outerwear was best in combinations of baseball jackets and feral furs, cable knits and windowpane checks. The silhouette was a women's version of a men's-sized garment, but it was the detailing that stood out, like fur peeking out from under […]

OPINION A recent article citing the death of fashion by trend forecaster Li Edelkoort has sparked a wave of response and contemplation. Is fashion as we know it really dead and what does the future hold for brands and designers, trying to forage their way to create both art and success? Edelkoort's […]

Roland Mouret is not a label that will propose an exciting new movement in fashion. But not every designer needs to chart of path of distinctiveness, sometimes it's about knowing what works, who the customer is and what flatters a women's body. And that applies to Mouret. Best known for his dresses, […]

Junya Watanabe's autumn/winter 15 collection will be challenging to those who cannot see beyond wearability. Watanabe said he was “exploring dimensionality through clothing,” executed in cut, fold and construction. Circular Chinese paper lanterns or 3D incarnations of Victor Vasarely paintings started […]