Dressing Up with Barbie & Marc Jacobs “Tweet Store”

Join Fashion Frontline and host Tiffany Shultz with another collection of fashion news. Mattel Inc., manufacturer of fashion doll Barbie, has announced a collaboration with three American brands—Wildfox, Forever 21 and Lord & Taylor—to launch a Barbie clothing line this … Continue reading

Brazil’s Love of Plastic Surgery & Carolina Herrera’s Smartphone App

Another weekly dose of fashion news curated by the Fashion One team and presented by Tiffany Shultz. Top model Karlie Kloss, has been unveiled as the face of French style behemoth Chanel’s new perfume, Coco Noir. The 22-year-old beauty, an … Continue reading

The Persistent Memory: Raf Simons Paris Menswear Collection Spring Summer 2015

Belgian designer Raf Simons is considered one of the most consistently influential figures in menswear design over the last decade. Since his first collection released for Autumn/Winter 1995-96, he has created clothing which fuses a love of music and youth … Continue reading

A Moody Force: Rick Owens Paris Menswear Collection Autumn/Winter 2014-15

American-born, Paris-based designer Rick Owens is one of the most distinctive and visionary designers of the modern era. Since the founding of his label in 1994, he has created a radical avant-garde aesthetic. Initially described by critics as a mix … Continue reading

Volume and Space: Yohji Yamamoto Ready-to-Wear Paris Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2014-15

Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto has consistently created some of the most engaging and rewarding collections to manifest in all their darkened glory on the runways of Paris. The avant-garde designer is widely considered to be one of the masters of … Continue reading

The Faun in the Concrete Jungle: Rick Owens Ready-to-Wear Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015

Paris-based American designer Rick Owens is one of the most distinctive designers of the modern era, and since founding his label in 1994 has created a radical avant-garde aesthetic. Initially described by critics as a mix of glamour and grunge, … Continue reading

Karl Lagerfeld Unveils Wearable Technology

Another dispatch from the vibrant world of fashion with host Tiffany Shultz. Renowned fashion designer and visible face of Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld has announced his plans to launch his own newspaper, fittingly called The Karl Daily. The publication will officially … Continue reading

The Color in the Night: Yohji Yamamoto Paris Menswear Collection Autumn/Winter 2014-15

During the 1980s, the Japanese economy grew at an unparalleled, seemingly unstoppable pace. In a country awash in material wealth there was a simultaneous creative boom across a variety of disciplines, and one of the most clearly affected was the … Continue reading

Gaultier’s Final Pret-a-Porter and Frozen-Inspired Wedding Gowns

A cultural dispatch from the desks of the Fashion One office with host Tiffany Schultz. The influential French designer Jean Paul Gaultier has announced his upcoming ready-to-wear show, will be his last, and this final prêt-à-porter collection will be shown … Continue reading

Tailored Basics for the Urban Rebel at Yohji Yamamoto Spring/Summer 2015

To label Yohji Yamamoto’s overall aesthetic simply as a well-executed fusion of Japanese structure and European aesthetics wouldn’t even begin to scratch the surface of this legendary designer’s sentiments. His menswear collection for the Spring/Summer 2015 season powerfully expresses the … Continue reading