Balenciaga's spring/summer 2014 show plays out to thumping, bass-heavy and very, very loud beats... but only after four outfits
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Monday 16 March 2009
Monday 09 March 2009
What are you wearing right now?
Nike tracksuit trousers and an American Apparel T-shirt – I'm at home working on my computer.
Friday 06 March 2009
Seriously luxe, undeniably cool, Nicolas Ghesquière manages it season after season for Balenciaga. The label's autumn/winter collection, which opened Paris Fashion Week yesterday, combined decadent fabrics with the kind of modern, sexy shapes pursued by Ghesquière's hip devotees.
Monday 19 January 2009
Monday 22 December 2008
Ready to wear: The Dior shoes sure give new meaning to the concept of ‘shoes to have sex in’
Monday 15 December 2008
Fashion's preoccupation with footwear that is bizarre to the point of madness continues to gather momentum.
Monday 01 December 2008
Monday 17 November 2008
Sunday 26 October 2008
Ready to Wear: For Ghesquière, latex is noble because it comes from trees – it’s a natural texture
Monday 20 October 2008
Latex might not be most obviously elevated of materials ever to have inhabited the fashion firmament, but it is currently enjoying something of a moment, nonetheless.
Monday 06 October 2008
Eclectic dreams: From the exotic to the bucolic, London's designers forecast a brighter, prettier spring
Monday 22 September 2008
It should come as no great surprise that, just as a look that Vogue recently described as "the new austere" finally arrives in store, an entirely new mood emerges. And so, for spring/summer 2009, all that is strict, dark and distressed looks set to be supplanted by clothing that is just the reverse: exotic in places, bucolic in others, and owing more than a little to haute couture, if with a touch of utilitarian grounding, vintage Helmut Lang-style, to toughen things up a little.
Wednesday 20 August 2008
Monday 21 April 2008
When the French actress Marion Cotillard swiped the Bafta for Best Actress from under the noses of Keira Knightley and Julie Christie, she not only trounced them on the big screen, but also on the red carpet. The star of the Edith Piaf biopic La Vie en Rose, Cotillard looked radiant in short, sequined Chanel, making everyone else seem stuffy, including a rigid, pouting, Dior-clad Knightley.
Saturday 22 March 2008
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