England’s reigning accessories queen, Anya Hindmarch, is adding a new territory to her empire. In addition to some 50 stores globally, including one uptown on Madison Avenue, on September 3 Hindmarch will officially open a dedicated Bespoke shop on the seventh floor at Bergdorf Goodman.
The next best thing to meeting your favorite model, editor, or musician? Stepping inside their closet with The Coveteur, of course.
Gareth Pugh, you’ve probably heard by now, is bringing his show from Paris to New York this week. The London-based designer has partnered with Lexus, and as the company’s hashtag #designdisrupted implies, the presentation promises to be out of the ordinary
With a styling studio that dresses the likes of Jennifer Lawrence, Sof
“Classy,” “elegant,” and “intelligent” are a few of the words Kerry Washington uses to describe Movado, the luxury watch brand for which she’s served as an ambassador for nearly 10 years.
We retired the “no white after Labor Day” rule long ago, but every September the old adage pops into our heads. Even when you’re breaking a rule, you have to follow a few guidelines.
While Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s wedding last month may have been an intimate (and secretive) affair, that doesn’t mean the bride skimped on the gown.
Richard Saturnino Owens claims one of his favorite combinations is “elegance and depravity.” He’s spent his 20 years in business building a world where the two coexist to stark, uncompromising effect. Which means it’s remarkable that Selfridges, the London department store dubbed the world’s best by industry experts, is devoting a substantial amount of real estate to a month-long Owensfest: expanded boutique areas, store windows and a special curated space, all of it overseen by a giant-size sculpture of Owens’ torso mounted above the main door
Yves Carcelle, the visionary executive who helped turn Louis Vuitton into one of the world’s preeminent luxury brands, died on Sunday in Paris. He was 66, and had been battling cancer. Carcelle joined LVMH in 1989 and over the years rose to chairman and chief executive officer of Louis Vuitton before he stepped down in 2011.
As if designers aren’t busy enough during the month of September, what with presenting their Spring collections and all, a quintet of fashion’s major names have signed on to create custom costumes for the New York City Ballet’s opening night performances on September 23. Along with Carolina Herrera, Valentino Garavani, Thom Browne, and Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton, London star Mary Katrantzou has crafted spectacular ensembles for the NYCB’s agile performers.