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The Book Of Vuitton

The Book Of Vuitton

  by Lauren Kaplan

Louis Vuitton is making a monogrammed mark on your coffee table this fall with a photography book of epic proportions. Louis Vuitton Fashion Photography is an album that brings together nearly 200 images by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, [...]

Tags: Annie Leibovitz, Charlotte Cotton, Craig McDean, Helmut Newton, Henry Clarke, inez and vinoodh, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, juergen teller, Louis Vuitton, mario testino, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Patrick Demarchelier, Peter Lindbergh, photography, steven meisel
Christophe Lemaire Leaves Hermes

Christophe Lemaire Leaves Hermes

  by Channing Hargrove

Hermès artistic director of womenswear, Christophe Lemaire, is leaving his post after four years to work on his own eponymous label. “Working for Hermès has been a great pleasure: a profoundly enriching experience on both a human [...]

Tags: Axel Dumas, Christophe Lemaire, Fashion, Fashion News, hermes, john paul gaultier, lacoste, paris fashion week, Pierre-Alexis Dumas, Style Scoop
Meet Karl Lagerfeld, Designer Barbie

Meet Karl Lagerfeld, Designer Barbie

  by Channing Hargrove

Life in plastic, we’re told, is fantastic. Karl Lagerfeld may know a thing about that, now that the designer is the latest edition in Mattel’s Barbie Collector series. Though, you wouldn’t dare muss this particular Barbie’s [...]

Tags: barbie, Barbie clothes, Barbie Collector Series, karl lagerfeld, Karl Lagerfeld Barbie, Kim Culmone, Life in Plastic, Style Scoop
Kick it in Puma x McQ

Kick it in Puma x McQ

  by Channing Hargrove

What do you get when you add the Alexander McQueen brand’s “rebellious spirit and bold culture references” with Puma’s history of athletic innovation? The second step in a partnership between the two brands. The first collection [...]

Tags: alexander mcqueeen, Fashion, Fashion Collaborations, Fashion News, McQ, McQ x Puma, PUMA, Puma collaborations, sneaker collaborations, Style Scoop
Hamish Bowles Chronicles The Costume Institute

Hamish Bowles Chronicles The Costume Institute

  by Lauren Kaplan

When The Costume Institute announces the subject of its next big spring exhibition, all eyes will be on Anna Wintour and Vogue to throw the most fashionable fete imaginable to coincide with it. And while we’ve become experts at assessing [...]

Tags: anna wintour, Annie Leibovitz, charles james, Chloe Malle, Craig McDean, Fashion, gala, Hamish Bowles, history, Jacqueline Kennedy, mario testino, Met Gala, photoshoot, steven meisel, The Costume Institute, The Met, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas P. Campbell, Vogue