Forget coffee. Forget breakfast. Forget starting your day with anything else other than Rihanna. This past week, the Vogue November coverstar appeared on Instagram amid lush palm trees—maybe she was at
Boris Johnson has got himself a Brexit deal which means the UK is set to leave the EU on Halloween – exactly two weeks away. Now the question on everyone’s lips has got to be: is this deal a trick or treat?
Fashion month might be over, but its glamorous and high-octane Instagrams live on. This past week, attendees at Paris Fashion Week were thriving, well-dressed, and showing the world their megawatt garb.
While conceptualizing Balenciaga’s Spring 2020 show, designer Demna Gvasalia asked makeup artist Inge Grognard if she was “ready to push boundaries concerning the face.” As always, Grognard’s answer was
Balenciaga put engineers, architects and moms on its runway — to make a statement about power in the workplace
PARIS — The first model to make the rounds of the Yves Klein blue set was Neda Brady, an architect. With wavy white hair and angular features, Brady was dressed all in black — a comfortably fitting uniform
Balenciaga revealed its Spring/Summer 2020 collection at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday. And while the items, which challenged the norms of "power dressing" for the workplace were certainly stunning, it's
In Demna Gvasalia's show notes for Balenciaga, he says the spring 2020 collection "reimagines dressing for work: power dressing, no matter what one does as a job." He gave blazers the strong, boxy shoulder