Susie Lau is a writer based in London and blogs at Style Bubble.
This season, Nicolas Ghesquière shows us his interpretation of French sophistication – one that’s stripped from the stereotypes
Yesterday saw a convergence of tech and fashion – but what was Karl Lagerfeld trying to say through the Chanel-bots, circuitry tweeds and wire prints?
Fusing the designer’s acid bright colour palette with the art of Hieronymus Bosch, Pierpaolo Piccioli stages his first Valentino since Maria Grazia Chiuri’s exit
Inspired by the land of the late designer’s ancestors, Sarah Burton presents an ode to Scotland’s craft, heritage and Highlands
With talismans and offbeat tailoring, the designer crafts a ‘sensual and powerful’ wardrobe for the women of the world
Centring the collection around Spandex, Demna Gvasalia’s SS17 outing saw a collision of haute couture, fetish and retro ‘bad taste’
At her SS17 show, Kawakubo reminds us what CDG is all about with 17 looks demonstrating the enduring iconoclasm of her design lexicon
For his SS17 collection of geometric ‘techno-couture’, the Japanese provocateur seeks to ‘enhance street style’
From clothes that pay homage to the many roles women play to ‘feminist’ t-shirts, Dior’s new creative director attempts to usher in a new, female-orientated era for the house
Deviating from his hard-edged, monochromatic norm, the rebellious designer shows a softer side to his design vocabulary for SS17
With reworked Carven classics, Alexis Martial and Adrien Caillaudaud paint a picture of the founder’s fictitious descendant
With t-shirts created with the acclaimed art director, Julien Dossena debuts a feminine and futuristic collection for SS17