From off-duty models to Instagram yogis, and Rihanna on the red carpet, the messy ’do is a celebrity and influencer staple. Of course you can blame the internet.
Versace is not becoming Michael Kors — the same way Jimmy Choo didn't become Michael Kors
The era of the white, thin, Eurocentric model as the only embodiment of glamour is gone.
The singer and designer wants to broaden the fashion community while also disorienting it.
Influential stylists and makeup artists would most likely say: It’s only a start.
Once seen as honest workwear, the brand also has rebel spirit. No wonder the T-shirt has been ubiquitous in 2018.
This autumn, looking as if you have a deep understanding of Bauhaus and brutalism is only a pair of heels away.
"We’re using fashion to change people’s mindsets. Congolese people are the frontrunners of African fashion. We have so much talent here."