From futuristic fantasy to the return of the slip dress, Alexander Fury and Rebecca Gonsalves look back at the spring/summer 2016 shows for inspiration
Head of the men's division of Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones has fused formal and casual, bringing a new direction to fashion. Before his autumn/winter 2016 show, he speaks to Alexander Fury about tailoring, travel and one of the busiest schedules in the business
From Jaden Smith in Louis Vuitton to Marc Jacob's new campaign, diversity is triumphing in this season's fashion ads.
Highlights from the latest resort collections – themed around the seven cities that hosted them
Louis Vuitton's new campaign star is instantly recognised and idolised the world over. But she isn't an actor or a supermodel – she's the first computer-game character to become a high-fashion heroine. How very 2016, says Alexander Fury
There's something not quite right in the fashion industry today
Bringing costume out of stuffy glass vitrines and into the real world, Olivier Saillard has ripped up the rule book
Sales season is upon us, but some luxury brands are discounting less, later or opting out altogether. It's about retaining exclusivity, but Alexander Fury asks if they're pricing themselves out of a crowded market
In the packed schedules of Paris’s spring/summer 2016 shows, the ideas that really stood out were from designers who took us on a journey to their own private universe.
Fighting the superficiality of fashion, with engaging collections by Nicolas Ghesquiere at Louis Vuitton, and Miuccia Prada for Miu Miu
Demna Gvasalia, of the design collective Vetements, will show his first collection for the house in March 2016. Alexander Fury assesses the fit
Since he joined Louis Vuitton in 2013, Nicolas Ghesquière has created a series of hits for the grand French house. Now a new London 'experience' will allow visitors to get up close and personal with his clothes, says Alexander Fury
LVMH already owns brands including Louis Vuitton, Moët & Chandon and Marc Jacobs
The 50 stars and 13 stripes of the United States defender were given a painful battering by the four stars and union flag of New Zealand in the opening pair of the America’s Cup in San Francisco. The first race looked at one time to be really close and the defender, Oracle, at one time took the lead.
One more victory would see them through to the final where Emirates Team New Zealand await
Time is running out for Swedish America’s Cup challenger Artemis, whose sailing director is Iain Percy, after going two down to the Italians in the semi-final of the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series.