Alessandro Michele’s carousel of awkward beauty, set to Maurice Ravel’s Bolero, turned an unexpectedly inward eye on the repetitive nature of fashion, one that seems to dress and undress itself ad nauseam.
The American designer’s runway show, with its Karole Armitage choreography as creative accompaniment, summoned up a longing for a bygone New York City – one that represents big lights and bigger dreams.
The house of Versace is at its strongest when its women are sexy, in command, and have their beauty celebrated. Its fall collection used a brash palette of colours and textures to push that vision – and it’s one of the house’s strongest in recent times.
The Spanish leather house is launching a limited edition, seasonal capsule collection inspired by the rich and folksy works of the renowned British ceramicist from the Arts & Crafts movement – dragons, cats, Dodo birds, and all.