The Spring Couture Collections Want You To Just Be You

Notoriously not for everyone, this season labels like Chanel and Schiaparelli are expanding their vision of the couture client. And that's a good thing.
Laia Garcia-Furtado
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One Flew Over the Couture's Nest

Traditionally, couture's sumptuous fabrics and delicate embellishments were a status symbol for women that should be seen and not heard. Good thing this isn't your grandma's couture. Photographed by Nadine Ijewere. Fashion Editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson
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Why Clowns, Brilliant and Bozo, Are Haunting Paris Couture Week

On the insane clown posse that stormed the Spring/Summer 2019 couture shows of Viktor & Rolf, Dior, Maison Margiela, and more.
Rachel Tashjian
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Karl Lagerfeld Absent From Chanel Couture Show

An announcement was made at the close of the show that the designer was “feeling tired” and that his right-hand Virginie Viard would “represent the collection.”
Rachel Tashjian

Thanks to Margiela, Couture is Cool Again

For a generation that does everything for the ‘Gram, is buying couture next?
Gabriella Karefa-Johnson

At Dior: Why Is Everyone in Fashion Wearing Masks?

Plus: Marina Abramović sits front row at Iris Van Herpen. The artist is present!
Rachel Tashjian

Proenza Schouler's Couture Moment: An Exclusive Interview

The iconic New York brand tells us about the business and craft—not to mention jitters—of taking their show to Paris Couture Week.
Rachel Tashjian