One would be forgiven for considering this weekend’s London Fashion Week as the Last Fashion Show, as the industry braces for the very real risk of a Brexit no deal and the likelihood of a slow but sure front-row exit.
The eccentric side of romance continues to blossom on New York Fashion Week runways this season, with American heritage label Coach unveiling a vivid play on classic brand trademarks for its Fall 2019 collection.
Inspired by WWII-era Resistance fighter Nancy Wake, Australian brand Zimmermann brought spy-worthy wears to the runway that celebrated feminine power with a combination of delicate and tough aesthetics.
It was another win for Helmut Lang at the label's Autumn/Winter 2019 show. Led by Mark Thomas and Thomas Cawson, the collection was anchored in fine tailoring techniques across both men's and women's suits.
Proenza Schouler brought feminine power to life this fall in a show staged high above Hudson Yards, presenting a collection anchored in a deconstructed aesthetic that brought attention to the beauty between the spaces.
For those crying out for a wardrobe fit for the chicest art gallery premiere, Tory Burch has answered with a collection of eccentric and elegant apparel that set the tone for a strong start for the label this year.
Longchamp creative director Sophie Delafontaine presented a collection inspired by transatlantic travel between Paris and New York City with a classic rock 'n' roll aesthetic, as the brand continues to expand globally.
For his eponymous label's latest runway show, Jeremy Scott produced a co-ed collection that called out our apparent obsession with sensationalism, sending an array of controversy-themed looks down the runway.
Creative director Nicola Glass presented a collection that honored the roots of Kate Spade, but the pressure is on for both the designer and parent company Tapestry to find a confident new direction for the brand.
The Ralph Lauren flagship on Madison Avenue was transformed into the chic Ralph’s Café for the house's Spring 2019 womenswear runway show, where clean and contemporary looks bathed in gold, white and black delighted.
In response to the political turmoil playing out in the news, Tom Ford seemed to take refuge in an Autumn/Winter 2019 collection built to create comfort and security through understated luxury and glamorous softness.