Highlights include Marc Jacobs's abstract florals and turbans from no particular place. It was otherworldly meets real world.
The designer gravitates to easy, beachy glamour -- but suggests you try it in the boardroom, too.
His spring 2018 collection captured a mood that is hard to put into words.
Ballgowns and Bugattis, lobster salad and leather, champagne and celebrities, in the designer's own exotic-car garage.
While the late designer loathed using his logo, his acolytes are celebrating it. Plus: denim on an Oscar runway?
Shayne Oliver's collection for Helmut Lang is provocative but optimistic and devoted to making your individuality shine through.
The pop star-designer made it all look so easy. Not so much Alexander Wang.
At the Christian Siriano show, she was a gust of fresh air into an industry that too often sucks the pleasure out of everything.
For spring 2018: Sparkly jerseys, deconstructed varsity jackets, billowy shirts and track pants.
Jeremy Scott's version of street style is Sesame Street meets the yellow brick road meets Sunset Boulevard.
Raf Simons explores his own American horror story. But can't fashion be an escape from reality?
Legs, shoulders and relentlessly sexy fun — but can you wear this to Armageddon?
After years of gaffes and exclusion, there’s a whole new look on runways and at design houses.
The message from Paris: It's time to look polished again, and show a little effort.
Liftoff! Karl Lagerfeld launched a delightful spaceship of a fall 2017 collection.
This time, it's a metaphor for harnessing the power of women.
At Balenciaga and Valentino, efforts to make the brands less stuffy are paying off.
Exaggerated, almost obese silhouettes -- rendered in body casts and packing blankets.
Uma Wang conjures the magic of your great-grandmother's attic.
Virgil Abloh has hit his technical stride. But the aesthetic voice is lacking in his womenswear.