The BFC unveiled its newly-digital Fashion Awards on Thursday evening and instead of just replacing the usual live event with an online version, it changed the format to reflect the huge change happening in 2020.
Chanel has teased its next Métiers d’Art show with a dark Juergen Teller video shot at the event’s location, the Château de Chenonceau. Scheduled to be staged in the famed Loire Valley chateau on Thursday at 7p.m. CET.
Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh has unveiled a custom-made iteration of its classic 2.8 Jitney handbag, in support of Bid for the Louvre, a funding project featuring many luxury brands being organized by Christie’s.
Christian Dior’s menswear creative director Kim Jones, an inveterate fan of collaborations with fine artists, has a new design teammate for his next Dior collection, legendary New York street artist Kenny Scharf.
Louis Vuitton has strengthened the RED collab’ club with a new red sneaker. Vuitton previously supported RED, the global organization founded by Bono and Bobby Shriver in 2006 to fight AIDS, with a special candle.
Where were Ben Hecht or Federico Fellini just when you needed them? Gucci’s online TV series whose finale episode premiered on Sunday night didn't set the cinematic world on fire, but its GucciFest sure impressed.
The timepiece, made from 100% ocean plastic, launches alongside The Tom Ford Plastic Innovation Prize, a prize that aims to fight against ocean plastic pollution, offering an award total of $1 million.
Designer Philip Treacy, a haute couture hatmaker to the British royals and American stars, presented his collection in Saint Petersburg on Wednesday saying "we all need entertainment" during a pandemic.