Big Little Lies

Breaking down each character's unique style with costume designer Alix Friedberg. Here, Friedberg explains her inspirations, which range from the Sartorialist to Audrey Hepburn, and who she'd most like to accompany to fashion week.

Elbaz, Alber

The former Lanvin designer thinks if you want a chocolate, eat a chocolate — but don't wear a perfume that smells like one. At least, that's the philosophy behind his new collaboration with Frédéric Malle, just on the heels of Elbaz's Légion d'Honneur prize.

Gomez, Selena

The patent offices seem to indicate the pop star has her eye on the jewelry business — according to TMZ, she filed a trademark for her name. Perhaps she'll have more luck than Taylor Swift and Kylie Jenner before her.

RuPaul

Happily married, about to embark on Drag Race's ninth season, and ready to open up about his television binges, why he won't go to the movies anymore, and Donald Trump — because all conversations come back to the "Manchurian pumpkin."

Studios, Acne

Returning to — and revamping — its roots, overhauling its denim line and erecting a standalone store, "Bla Konst," in Tokyo's Shibuya district.

Tisci, Riccardo

Once a club kid, always a club kid.

Vetements

After three years in Paris, Gurum and Demna Gvasalia are moving Vetements to Zurich in order to expand the business, to escape the mainstream industry in Paris, and, of course, for tax reasons.

How Paris's street style stars do fashion week: