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More and more brands are rejecting real fur, but is the alternative any more ethical?
FT fashion editor Jo Ellison selects her favourite moments
The month ended with a sad Céline presentation by the studio team and a study in First Lady style at Louis Vuitton
In an autumn forest, Karl Lagerfeld touches on the key themes of the season
Designers are offering very different takes on power dressing this season
The resurgence of Parisian heritage house Poiret
There have been many spectacles, but the best dramas in Paris are the ones starring the clothes
East met West Berlin at the LVMH-owned house — and it was sleazily good
In Paris, the clothes are neither one thing or the other. Identity crisis — or is this the way forward?
Things were cosy at Milan with large puffa coats, colourful headwear, head-to-toe black and oversized carpet-style blankets
In Paris, three former students of the Nicolas Ghesquière school come of age
The designer was inspired by Art Brut — and obsessed by doodles
Anthony Vaccarello turns up the heat in an ice-cool Autumn show, while other brands take a combative approach to the cold
Maria Grazia Chiuri is sticking to her empowerment narrative at Dior. But is it starting to look a little old?
The Italian house staged two shows in Milan. Was it twice as nice?
Covered hair is all the rage this season. Why?
The Ferragamo shoe designer has now got hold of the clothes. Thank goodness for that
After a restrained start, Paul Surridge is releasing the beast within
Acid-coloured tulles, white wellies and padded nylon jackets. Prada heads out for the night
Why play it safe? The London collections were full of decadent design flourishes, from modern plaids to crystal beading and a riot of ruffles
The AW18 show offered a ‘flawless’ line and a first Fendi outing for new chief executive Serge Brunschwig
In Milan, a city whose Fashion Week sometimes fails to represent non-white faces, the brand stands out
Fashion and ‘Frankenstein’ collide in a typically outlandish show from the star of the Kering stable
It was a week of scandal, protest, swansongs — and a visit from the Queen
A sparkly last day of shows, from major celebrity front rows to crystal embellished croc-heels, razzle-dazzle was everywhere