The athletic aesthetic in menswear goes far beyond New Year’s resolutions, says Lee Holmes
Sneakerheads rejoice - Adidas Originals’ much-loved Stan Smith trainers have been reissued, says Rebecca Gonsalves
A chain-mail coif can work for the 21st century, as a cable-knit hoodie
The biggest-ever instalment of London Collections: Men kicks off today. Alexander Fury picks the names to drop and the labels to shop for
The eye-watering amount the rapper is shelling out for his fiancée to appear camera-ready at his concerts
Fashion takes a serious turn for the furry, fluffy and Jim Henson-y this autumn/winter. Then again, when you're dressed in a giant neon faux-fur jacket, "serious" is probably the wrong word
As with clothes, there is a fashion tome to suit every taste. Some will become an invaluable, well-thumbed resource for students and fashion fanatics, while others present a moment of fantasy to be displayed with pride on a coffee table already groaning with beautiful books.
Kristen Stewart has been unveiled as the new face of Chanel.
I've taken cocaine at two times in my life - but I've never been an addict, she told court yesterday
We love… Cool cobblers
He told jurors bills were paid by his company before he reimbursed it from his personal account
The love affair of luxury labels with the Nineties skate scene shows no signs of abating, as sneakers, sliders and sweatshirts are given an über-luxe twist, says Rebecca Gonsalves
The sales figures (a billion by recent estimates) have become an art form in themselves
The Paris Fashion Week schedule sometimes feels like it is set in stone – almost Biblical in its authority. On the seventh day, season in and season out, we see Stella McCartney and Hedi Slimane of Saint Laurent. God got to rest. Fashion journos have no such luck.
Two labels, Junya Watanabe and Rei Kawakubo, of Comme des Garçons, stand head and shoulders above most other designers in Paris. In fact, in the world. Their clothes are often dismissed as "intellectual" – frequently a pejorative term in fashion, when flim-flam and cheap thrills (or frills) are often preferable to clothes that question and provoke. That is intellectual, of course, but first and foremost they make fantastic fashion that propels us to something new. It is no coincidence that many of the ideas hurrahed in the collections of other designers can be traced back to the catwalks of these two Japanese giants.
LVMH already owns brands including Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon and Marc Jacobs