New York Fashion Week is coming to an end. We saw some iconic moments and some interesting fashion moments. I think the most iconic moment was when supermodel Linda Evangelista closed the Fendi x Tiffany collaboration.
As of August 9th, Chanel increased their prices in Europe to reflect the change in the euro. The euro is officially equivalent to the US dollar, meaning 1$ euro = 1 USD. What does this mean for European bag enthusiasts?
In 2021, the most iconic unexpected collab happened on the last night of Milan Fashion Week. It was never done before Dontella Versace presented a Fendi Collection with Silivia Venturini Fendi and Kim Jones. At the famed Versace Palazzo on Via Gesu, the world was introduced to Fendace.
Ah women, they do some of the great things! There are so many incredible women in fashion. Today, let’s take a moment and honor them and the brands they have created and/or contributed to. Coco Chanel The famous Coco Chanel – if you were to google most famous women designer, guaranteed she is the first result. Considered by many to have been the greatest fashion force who ever lived. Coco Chanel changed the way women wore clothes – she capitalized on the changing times and she was a fashion icon. During the war, women only wore trousers when working a traditionally male job – Coco Chanel played a massive role in making trousers for women a popular fashion item. Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski The creative director of Hermes. Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Antwerp. She then […]