From Gigi Hadid donning a neon wig for a cyber-fuelled Jeremy Scott show to Kaia Gerber walking for Tom Ford, here's the highlights from Fashion Week AW18.
Tom Ford presented his fall-winter 2018 menswear line during New York Fashion Week, with a handful of boxer briefs that matched each model's skin tone.
Melania Trump’s casual shirt was a 360-degree departure from how she began the weekend, wearing an $1,880 green Missoni midi-dress and Manolo Blahnik orange snakeskin stilettos.
There’s the long-awaited return of a certain bumbling male model, Tom Ford’s hugely anticipated return behind the camera, and a ghost story starring Kristen Stewart as a personal shopper in Paris’ high fashion underworld. Click through for a preview of what promises to be the six most stylish films of the year.
The new ‘Drake’ Lipstick is part of the Tom Ford Lips & Boys collection. (Photo: Tom Ford) Tom Ford is adding one more lipstick to his Lips & Boys collection: Drake. The new shade in honor of the rapper will be released as part of the second annual collection of lipsticks named after the important men in Ford’s life. Drizzy fans will be able to snag the mini sized tube as part of the 50 shade collection on October 30 — mark your calendar.
The showers at Hussein Chalayan’s SS16 show revealed glittering party dresses. Photo: Three weeks into fashion month, Hussein Chayalan managed to do something totally new on his runway in Paris on Friday morning—give his models a shower. Chayalan’s Cuba-inspired collection made its way around the paper-clad models until splash! The water from the showers melted the jackets, revealing sparkling party dresses underneath, made in collaboration with Swarovski. “That was to represent the transformation of a militant kind of situation [in Cuba] to a more playful one,” Chalayan told Vogue after the show. He said there were a lot of challenges using water on a runway—a runway’s slippery when dry, let alone wet, and the girls were visibly chilled—but that he likes taking risks.
No one knew if Tom Ford would even show his spring collection within the confines of the fashion calendar. The designer’s tried a few different things: star-studded runway show in New York, intimate presentation in London, dazzling Hollywood extravaganza in Los Angeles. The full-blown Soul Train dance party featured a gaggle of models, including Lucky Blue Smith, and then Lady Gaga. Having a runway show has become so much about the creation of imagery for online and social media and watching a filmed fashion show can be like watching a filmed play [which is never very satisfying].