This week’s links cover all things runway, from debut collections to a discussion with Marc Jacobs.
The white bandanas seen on the Tommy Hilfiger runway are not a part of the collection, but a symbol of unity amongst the fashion community.
In lieu of the traditional fashion runway, Rag & Bone is presenting their fall/winter 2017 Collection with a series of portraits shot with a vintage Polaroid camera.
Jeremy Scott’s fashion show was overbooked and unorganized; as a result, major editors were kicked out.
Simons’s first collection with Calvin Klein celebrates the diversity of America.
Victoria Beckham, where she explains that even if you aren’t buying something, you are welcome in her store to look at everything from the architecture to the clothes.
Caroline Belhumeur’s spring collection for the brand was inspired by the way music travels, destinations like England, Spain and Romania, and the free spirit of gypsies.
Marc Jacobs discusses the artistry behind the runway presentation for his fall 2017 show.
Maria Grazia Chiuri’s debut collection with the house of Dior embraces classic femininity and feminism.
Shortly after President Trump scolded Nordstrom for dropping his daughter’s fashion line, celebrities use the simple act of strategic shopping to make a political statement.
Along with the the Swimsuits for All campaign, which featured swimsuits that the model designed herself, Ashley Graham talks about the evolution of the body positivity movement and why it is important to celebrate body diversity.
Words by Carly Walker