The digital era has presided over a sea change in the way fashion is consumed and controlled. But has, asks Jing Zhang, the constant pursuit of what's hot today led to the death of trends?
The autumn-winter fashion weeks were nothing if not entertaining. Divia Harilela and Francesca Fearon capture the antics on and off the runway.
Hong Kong's most iconic design export, Vivienne Tam tells Jing Zhang about bridging the East-West fashion divide, and why she had to move to New York to make it in her hometown.
Madewell was founded by Russian immigrant Julius Kivowitz in the United States in 1937 as a denim workwear company. Seventeen years after the brand’s last factory closed, in 1989, J.Crew chief...
- Yes: 64%
- No: 36%
If you think the Kardashian clan have way too much media exposure already, then Kendall Jenner's appointment as Calvin Klein's new poster girl might just send you over the edge.
Decorated with dark leather furniture, bronze tiled walls and richly lacquered cabinets, the dimly lit showroom exudes sophistication. But the decor by acclaimed interior designer Johannes...
Looking back at the whirlwind Paris Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2015, STYLE pinpoints the five shows that everyone has been talking about.
A multidisciplinary art platform and fashion label is earning rave reviews for its creative reinvention of street classics.
There is a prescient quote from Alexander McQueen in the landmark retrospective Savage Beauty, just opened at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, which appears at the end of the show. It really...
While its the women's couture that turns heads in most of the world's fashion capitals, in Tokyo it is the men who set the trends.
Fashion shows these days have evolved from exclusive, intimate affairs to full-scale PR events complete with celebrities and plenty of paparazzi. Among the few exceptions are the Dries Van Noten...
Hong Kong-based fashion trade show The Hub recently ushered in a selection of new brands from all over the globe to industry buyers to meet the demand among maturing Asian consumers for more...
Give a nod to the 1970s with boho luxe styles.
Stylist Cheryl Leung talks about her love for Kowloon and what's new on the Shanghai fashion scene.
If you’re looking for conversation starters, men, check out Etro's eye-catching line in trainers
There's been all this talk about the bulletproof suit in that movie Kingsman. Does such a thing actually exist? How cool would that be? (And how expensive?)
Overstyling like DSquared2's is out, but fringed Chanel and fluid, sensual Ferragamo shapes are definitely in.
New York-based costume jewellery label Avec New York, created by Korean twins Kate and Chloe Lee, gives classic designs a modern revamp.
Talking quirky Lulu Guinness bags are nothing if not eye-catching and the British label's latest collection is no exception, with cheeky motifs such as pouty faces and PVC lips.
Shoppers and tourists flocked to Chanel stores in Hong Kong on Friday as the luxury brand slashed prices of classic bags by almost 20 per cent.
Baselworld, the world's biggest watch and jewellery fair, opened today in the Swiss city of Basel. Despite the fanfare, watch brands are still grappling with softening luxury sales in Asia as well...
A flower market popped up at the top of Central Pier Four last week as Marni celebrated its 20th anniversary with the help of Joyce Boutique. A replication of last September's Milan flower market...
Prestigious jewellers are joining the ranks of online retailers and offering a range of services.
Savvy designers are revitalising the fashion capitals of the world with their ground-breaking interpretations, writes Divia Harilela.