On December 13, 1954, couturier Elsa Schiaparelli closed the doors to her Paris maison and went quietly into retirement until her death in 1974.
The French fashion house is now revived with new blood: Marco Zanini. He’s taken over the
Couturier Christain Lacroix has re-emerged into the world of fashion paying tribute to late larger-than-life designer Elsa Schiaparelli with a collection of 18 ensembles, Women’s Wear Daily is reporting.
The irony isn’t lost on us
Fashion photographer Steven Klein has a dark delivery and Madonna is here to bring the #secretproject to life. While the two phenoms have teamed up for a plethora of magazine spreads and tour visuals, this union centers around a
Though the rumors of Marco Zanini's appointment as creative director of Schiaparelli have yet to be confirmed, with today's news comes some substantial information regarding the reinvigoration of the couture house.
As it turns out,
Last night’s Costume Institute Gala drew the biggest designers in the business along with Hollywood’s brightest stars. Amongst the gorgeous gowns and shimmering jewels, we fell in love with Jessica Alba’s look. With a glimmering gown