At the head of the French watchmaking house, the youngest son of Bernard Arnault takes a triple (and luxurious) somersault with the new Tambour collection, a declaration of business ambition and love of craftsmanship and mechanics.
The Italian label’s artistic director of men’s fashion is the third generation of her family to lead the brand
Demand for Swiss watches has reached an all-time high. A handful of classic models are leading sales and auction rankings, amid shortages and the rise of unauthorized markets
The Instagram star known for his parodies and sexual freedom takes on his first leading film role in ‘Rotting in the Sun’, where he plays the most captivating and irritating person he knows: himself
Creative pursuits in Spain face the challenge of purging the country’s colonial vision, critically reviewing its relationship with the Americas and overcoming a gender bias. Is there a solution? Is it as bad as we think?
The Danish company VELUX has unveiled an experimental architectural project in Copenhagen. It uses traditional methods to build cheaper, more sustainable and more efficient houses
The singer and composer of the chart-topping ‘Désenchantée,’ who has sold more records in France than any other artist since the eighties, rarely appears in the media and has become a cult hero with a large and loyal fanbase.
Salone del Mobile.Milano: the world’s largest furniture trade fair held a massive exhibition that took it to its limits and beyond
The catwalks in the Italian city feature designs from Prada, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and others, which jettison sporty styles and emphasize contemporary cuts, luxurious fabrics and comfortable garments
The biography of the famed German designer also tells the story of the fashion industry and nearly an entire century. Three years after his death, his legend continues to grow, extending to bookstores, movie theaters and... the Met Gala
In the era of streaming platforms, programs no longer seek just to entertain people or spread social and political messages. Now they also have a not-so-secret economic agenda: making runway trends go viral in order to sell clothes
From Steve Jobs to Zaha Hadid, the Japanese designer dressed a large group of loyalists who are averse to labels and attracted to the conceptual coherence (and comfort) of his pleated garments