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Fans of the entrepreneurial online business spot a silver lining in the gloom
The designer is recasting the fashion house’s couture culture to rapturous applause
The decluttering boom means there are treasures lurking in your local bargain bin
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From naked sandals to 21st century Cinderella slippers — where to find this season’s it shoes
Two of the most iconic chronographs are born again this month. Nicholas Foulkes hails the seconds coming
Big or small, regular or random — prepare for polka dots this season
At 73, and in an industry toxic with ageism, the designer is a champion of visibility
Broad, bold and brilliantly brash — not since the Eighties have we seen such powerful silhouettes
From tears at Chanel to perfection at Loewe, AW19 was a month to remember
Everyone knows the big shows. But what about the cities off the stiletto-trodden track?
Nicolas Ghesquière wanted his Pompidou collection to be challenging. He succeeded
For his final Chanel outing, the late designer took us to a snowy mountain-top
Sarah Burton’s homage to British manufacturing was one for the suits
Clare Waight Keller delivered a winter Eden. Stella McCartney gave us the kit in which to weed
Fashion’s current favourite designer was feeling romantic. But was his latest bouquet a woo too far?
Balenciaga and Hermès AW19 show reports
Hedi Slimane did a turnabout for his second collection — and staged a great show steeped in Seventies bourgeois nostalgia
Could the appointment of two almost unheard of designers make the brand bankable?
“Two-jobs” Jonathan Anderson has advanced his claim to be the most exciting designer of the season
The Rick-y horror show
More inclusive than any season before, the models on the catwalks are as diverse as the clothes
In Paris, designers indulged their private passions — to great effect
Shares jump 20% after online fashion retailer recovers from poor third quarter
Black celebrities have been key in building the fortunes of luxury houses. So why are brands still so racially insensitive?