Vincenzo La Torre
Vincenzo La Torre
Hong Kong
Fashion Editor
Italian-born Vincenzo La Torre is Fashion Editor for the Post and Post Magazine, and started his career in fashion journalism after graduating from Columbia University in New York. He has previously worked for Vogue Japan, Harper's Bazaar Singapore and Prestige Hong Kong. Before joining the Post as fashion editor in 2017, Vincenzo was a member of the launch team of Vogue Arabia in Dubai.

The Maybourne Beverly Hills is the first North American outpost of the group that owns Claridge’s in London, and brings a touch of British hospitality to sunny southern California.

Casetify, the popular phone case brand founded by Wesley Ng, and Edison Chen’s streetwear label Clot are both big in the US, while denim brand Unspun and sneaker company Lane Eight are making inroads.

China and Russia wore matching blue batik shirts at the summit, while the UK’s Rishi Sunak and Canada’s Justin Trudeau were in red. France’s Emmanuel Macron spoiled the party, though.

Italian menswear brand Stefano Ricci exists in a different realm to most modern high-fashion brands, and by not prioritising young people, it has been able to carve out a niche with ultra-rich older men.

Los Angeles is not going to rival New York, Paris, Milan or London any time soon as a fashion hub, but more fashion consumers and decision makers are looking to the city.

China is still full of potential but its zero-Covid policies have seen luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci place a renewed focus on the US, while others are opening new China stores.

We sit down with Tory Burch CEO Pierre-Yves Roussel to talk about the label’s direction, why collaborations are ‘very risky’, staying independent, and ups and downs in China.

Ben Gorham, a former basketball player, ‘had no experience when it came to perfume’ when he set up Byredo as a luxury fragrance label. He talks to the Post about its origins and his move into make-up.

Chinese key opinion leader and authority on handbags Mr Bags tells the Post why his monthly rankings of the 30 most popular bags in China are closely watched by luxury fashion CEOs.

The brand Ralph Lauren established more than 50 years ago has come to represent all the things that the world loves about the United States. The founder’s son, David Lauren, talks to the Post.

Julie Paskal’s spring/summer 2023 collection consists of colourful dresses and tops in bright colours embellished with bows, conceived in Germany, where she moved to escape the Ukraine war.

Brunello Cucinelli talks about why he admires King Charles, challenging the Silicon Valley set to make the internet human, and why celebrities are willing to shell out for his pieces.

Alexander McQueen’s spring/summer 2023 collection was presented at a post-Paris Fashion Week show in London. The brand’s creative director Sarah Burton reveals what inspired it.

Celebrity children have been a constant presence at fashion weeks. In 2022 there have been some high-profile newcomers, including Bill and Melinda Gates’ daughter Phoebe Gates.

When LVMH wanted a CEO to increase Fred’s presence in China, it looked to Hong Kong-born Charles Leung, who had already taken another of its jewellery brands, Chaumet, into China and the Asia-Pacific region.

Leonardo DiCaprio’s ex-girlfriend Camila Morrone, fresh off attending her first Chanel show, speaks to the Post about ‘the most iconic brand in history’, her acting projects and what she does in her down time.

Kanye West showed his new collection at a surprise show during Paris Fashion Week, which featured a performance by his daughter North. Among the items in his collection was a ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt.

Perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, whose Baccarat Rouge 540 fragrance is reportedly Drake’s favourite, worked with brands such as Burberry and Jean Paul Gaultier before creating his own.

From an Instagram-friendly Dior store to the city’s most anticipated five-star hotel, five new or revived stores and hotspots in Paris to visit.

Ariana Grande, Pharrell Williams, Millie Bobby Brown, Idris Elba, Scarlett Johansson, Selena Gomez, the Kardashians… the list of celebrity beauty lines seems to get longer every day.

Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s artistic director, talks about how she brought one of the most venerated fashion maisons into the 21st century, and working at the pinnacle of a male-dominated industry.

London Fashion Week started days after Queen Elizabeth died, but while tribute was paid – think black veils, cancelled parties and, on the day of her funeral, no shows – the event went ahead more or less as planned.

The Fendi Baguette was the first It bag. Kim Kardashian and Sarah Jessica Parker, whose Sex and the City character Carrie Bradshaw was a fan, were on hand in New York to help celebrate its 25th anniversary.

Yulee Choi, a little-known K-pop record label CEO, stunned Venice International Film Festival red carpet watchers in a Dolce & Gabbana couture gown, and put some major celebrities in the shade.

Messika is the high jewellery brand behind Rihanna’s custom-made diamond belly chains, and founder Valérie Messika says she approaches jewellery as ‘something playful and versatile’ that can be worn every day.

From Saul Goodman’s ‘look at me’ suits to Kim Wexler’s evolving wardrobe, Better Call Saul’s costume designer Jennifer Bryan explains her style choices for the Netflix hit as Season 6 ends.

David Banda, the son of Madonna, is giving adventurous dressers like Harry Styles and Lil Nas X a run for their money – ‘it’s really irritating’ says his mum of how good he can look in her own clothes.