Scenes from the Paris Fashion Week photo diary of Barbara Anastacio.
After Prada’s runway show in Milan, GQ Creative Director Jim Moore doubled back to go through the collection with his iPhone in hand. Here’s what he saw.
Scenes from the Paris Fashion Week photo diary of Sonny Vandevelde.
Scenes from the Paris Fashion Week photo diary of Schohaja.
Photo: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images How the world’s one percent styles it up for the World Economic Forum. ( New York Times ) Jean-Charles de Castelbajac gives France a new stamp.
One of our favorite lines these days is Sandro (you can see this season’s excellent black and white topcoat on more than one GQ staffer on any given day). For Fall2015, they presented an array of looks plastered with punk patches (Flipper, anyone?), as well as lush blue jeans and some buttery leather jackets
There’s a lot of buzz around Japanese label White Mountaineering’s presentation earlier today in Paris. The line is tech at heart (a lot of fleece, a lot of camo, something that highly resembles a flak jacket).
The entire Givenchy Fall-Winter 2015 collection in one quick video.
Designers this week are showing pieces in various states of deterioration: frayed, tattered or haphazardly stitched together.
In case you were a little too taken a back by Rick Owens’s, um, ballsy Fall-Winter 2015 runway show, we just wanted to let you know that the guy also showed some new Adidas shoes yesterday. We’re now going on over a year of Rick Owens x Adidas, a collaboration that’s been characterized by very non-Adidas-looking silhouettes and even more non-Adidas-like prices. That said, these kicks are undeniably Rick Owens, complete with hoof-like soles and a couple with knee-high, laceless uppers done up in pony hair, creating for a shoe that we’re very loosely defining as a sneaker.