Slouching toward Nirvana in diaphanous dresses and louche knits.
The jeans business has made Diesel’s Renzo Rosso exceedingly wealthy. So what is this hard-partying, trash-talking billionaire bad boy doing with arty, cerebral brands like Margiela, Marni, and Viktor & Rolf?
Fall’s Sculptural silhouettes take a turn for the dramatic when worn backward, sideways—any which way you please.
The trailblazing performer is dressed to thrill.
Photographed by Paolo Roversi and styled by Marie Amelie Suave, these looks are not for wallflowers.
The big idea for fall? Pare down but scale up.
Two castaways, a tropical paradise, and trunks full of fabulous clothes. What on earth to do?
Peekaboo swimsuits leave just enough to the imagination.
Why stop at the dress when you can have an haute couture coiffure and decadent makeup to match?
Steal a silhouette from the ’40s, cop an attitude from the ’70s, add your own feminine charms— and take no prisoners.
No frills, no thrills? Hardly.
Where the party never stops—and the fringe benefits are many.
The most radical statement of the season is also the most traditional. Don a kimono and let the drama unfold.
Monochromatic dressing has a way of growing on you.
(Hold the starch.)