Stylist: Jessica De Ruiter
Swiss watch fair, not to be confused with art fair of the same name.
Hong Kong, to be precise: Here's what you missed, by the names and numbers.
Storied Italian label recruits street style celebrity as creative director. It's a "revitalization" project.
Opens an airline, no passport necessary. It's security-line chic.
From obscurity to notoriety in one Prada collaboration.
Fashion Week, Seoul
Its biggest stars: babies and puppies.
Formerly helmed by Massimiliano Giornetti, currently short a creative director.
Self-professed "mysterious" benefactor of LACMA.
The French brand saw sales buoyed by the market in Japan, buoyed by tourism from China.
Teams up with Uber, but a car service isn't quite an airline.
We investigate what South Koreans already know: These stars are the future of fashion.
Continues a winning streak: Last week, Riccardo Tisci; this week, a new exec (exact role TBD) in the form of Under Armour's Dave Dombrow.
Art-world scion, not to be confused with that other Matisse.
Everyone's a shoe designer nowadays. Even Rihanna.