For its reopening, the Yves Saint Laurent museum celebrates haute couture
The rebirth of the Samaritan
It is the emblem of the Parisian Belle Époque. After sixteen years hidden under tarpaulins, the Samaritaine finally reveals itself to us and opens the doors of its luminous lair! A long-awaited rebirth of the department store, owned by LVMH, conceived as an extension of the modern spirit of the founding couple and turned towards […]
Memphis and Saint Laurent join forces in a design exhibition
Yoox launches a space dedicated to the new generation
LVMH launches Nona Source, a platform for reselling its exceptional materials
Discover Issue, Bottega Veneta’s first digital magazine
“Seta/Silk”: an ode to silk at the Ferragamo Museum
From haute couture to landscapes, the multiple vocations of Federico Forquet as seen by Hamish Bowles
Fashion designer, interior decorator, landscape designer and collector, Federico Forquet, still active at 89, is not very well known to the general public. The World of Federico Forquet, a richly illustrated book by journalist and fashion historian Hamish Bowles with the help of photographer Guido Taroni, sheds light on the multiple talents of this fascinating […]
Fashion shows: a bit of optimism in Nicolas Di Felice’s first collection
For his first collection at the head of Courrèges, Nicolas Di Felice, the new artistic director, was inspired by the joyful heritage of the famous fashion house to project it into an optimistic future. The young prodigy has succeeded in creating a coherent and unmissable collection that reflects the expectations of our time.
Is fashion moving away from the notion of gender?
Fashion is reflecting an era that is increasingly freeing itself from gender norms: after the unisex wardrobe, it is now time for “gender fluid” fashion, which consists of freely navigating from a man’s to a woman’s wardrobe to play with sexual identities and use every possible means to define one’s style.