From exposed breasts to Japanese origami to the ration-era Forties, Sunday's installment of VIP-filled Paris Fashion Week had it all. Here are the spring-summer 2016 collection highlights.
Bucking the fashion show stereotype of tall, willowy models, Paris Fashion Week was treated Friday to a parade of women of restricted growth sashaying along the runway to great public applause.
Forget the celebrity guests; it's all about the models at this season's Paris Fashion Week. Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid dominated the Elie Saab catwalk, while icy blonds Doutzen Kroes and Lily Donaldson -- both in black -- caused a stir at Mugler.
The sky was the limit for powerhouse Christian Dior which built an entire floral mountain within the Louvre to house its 15 minute show at Paris Fashion Week. On the front row was Rihanna, attracting almost as much attention as the decor. Here are the highlights of Friday's shows:
Giorgio Armani had three important things to say on Monday: yes, he can do colors other than gray and beige, no, he is going nowhere and no, he has not had a nose job.
Move over Victoria Beckham, there is a new WAG on the fashion block. Winonah de Jong, wife of AC Milan's Dutch midfielder Nigel de Jong, says she is realizing a "little girl's dream" after making the leap from blogging about fashion to designing her own line of clothes.
The fashion spotlight swings to Paris on Tuesday, giving the weary glitterati a final glimpse of summer -- or what they will be wearing when it returns -- before boots and coats season sets in.
Rihanna or Amal Clooney? Giambattista Valli gladly acknowledges his debt to both of them.
Norwegian designer Peter Dundas spearheaded a youthful revolution in Milan on Saturday, laying out his new vision for Roberto Cavalli as other top brands also embraced rejuvenation.
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