Behind the Scenes of YSL's Archives and Alessandro Michele's Mane
Plus, big moves at Lanvin, Moschino, and Thakoon.
They already have Lorde’s stamp of approval — brother-sister duo Caleb and Georgia Nott, alias Broods, are destined to be the Next Big Thing out of New Zealand.
Taking over the Park Avenue Armory with his largest American exhibition to date. There’s a room full of balloons.
Hair, Alessandro Michele’s
The creative director of Gucci is blessed with quite the man-mane. How does he do it?
Alber Elbaz’s successor at Lanvin, a Balenciaga alum and creative director of her own eponymous brand, unveiled her first Resort collection for the house Thursday.
The former Victoria’s Secret Angel has one great ambition: to be cast in a Quentin Tarantino film. Maybe Tarantino will take a Nicolas Winding Refn-esque liking towards the fashion world.
Saint Laurent, Yves
The famed designer’s massive Paris archives house 5,000 garments for 81 collections created between 1962 and 2002. Get a rare look inside, here.
Moschino’s creative director will present the brand’s Resort 2017 show Friday evening, plugging in his fans via no one’s favorite virtual reality device, Google Cardboard. But Instagram posts have also hinted that RuPaul’s Drag Race runner-up Kim Chi will be aboard the good ship Moschino, which is reason in itself to tune in.
Making big moves. After months of speculation about whether Thakoon Panichgul’s eponymous label would return to the fashion calendar, the brand has announced it will show at New York Fashion Week this fall and open a Soho flagship. Really doubling down on Manhattan there.