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Trending28 April 2017
Five Things T Editors Are Really Into Right Now

A list of things we found on the Internet this week.

Trending27 April 2017
Brand To Know: Bespoke Tailors Rethinking The Classic White Shirt

INVENTORY, which debuted last year, challenges the role of bespoke tailors in a series of fresh, collaborative shirts.

Trending26 April 2017
Jeff Koons’s New Line

The artist’s latest project: a metaphysical meditation on the eternal in the form of bags. His collaborator is Louis Vuitton.

Trending25 April 2017
The New Meaning of Fast Fashion

Higher-end retail sites have been offering same-day service in world capitals and vacation destinations for a while now, but a new Gucci delivery deal, in which luxury products can be delivered in 90 minutes in 10 major cities, takes it to a whole new level.

Trending24 April 2017
A Glimpse of Our Shopping Future

In an ever-more-volatile and unpredictable shopping environment, where long-term survival is dictated by anticipating and catering to consumers' desires (often before they themselves even know what they want), the race to find out how and where people will do their spending has started to heat up.

Trending21 April 2017
Sweatshirts & Sequins: Coach & Rodarte’s Bi-Coastal Capsule Collection

Two American luxury brands have unveiled a stunning collaboration for Spring 2017.

Trending18 April 2017
Four Promising New Designers in Singapore

Four upcoming fashion designers who were born and raised, or found a home here in Singapore.

Trending17 April 2017
Five Things T Editors Are Really Into Right Now

A list of things we found on the Internet this week.

Trending17 April 2017
The Charged Essay Behind Dior’s We Should All Be Feminists

More than a slogan off a Dior T-shirt, it’s a charged essay by 39-year-old Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

Trending13 April 2017
5 Brands Creating Streetwear for Women

Market is abounding with quality streetwear brands for women.

Trending12 April 2017
Refugee Designer Shines a Light on Global Issues

Born in Beirut and a refugee herself, Céline Semaan designs and sells products — like this silk scarf with a photographic image from NASA — that raise awareness about issues such as the plight of the millions of displaced people worldwide or the threat of global warming.

Trending11 April 2017
Brand To Know: A Womenswear Designer’s Positive Colour Psychology

Who can’t use a dose of colours to pull herself out of the urban drab? Nude Femme thinks in colour – and only pastel colours.

Trending11 April 2017
The Return of Aviator Glasses

After years in which oversized, chunky-framed eyeglasses were inescapable, light metal frames are back in style in a big way.

Trending4 April 2017
Turning a Cover-Up Into a Coveted Accessory

Paola Mathe quit her job managing two restaurants in Harlem and began designing wraps with one question in mind: What would make all kinds of women, with diverse backgrounds and wildly different daily routines, buy her product?

Trending4 April 2017
A Streetwear Logo – Champion – Comes Back to Life

The Champion logo, in the hands of fashion provocateurs, is reborn.

Trending3 April 2017
At Ease in Kenzo – With Spring Summer Silhouettes

Lamé workwear or nylon coat — the new uniform of choice is relaxed and effortless.

Trending28 March 2017
A Peek Behind the Lens with the Women of Dior

A new project casts the spotlight on women photographers at Dior.

Trending27 March 2017
Fendi's Modern-Day Marie Antoinette

Director Rebecca Zlotowski and actress Sigrid Bouaziz collaborated on a short film featuring the house’s Spring Summer and Pre-Fall 2017 collections.

Trending25 March 2017
COS Celebrates 10 Years – With Minimalist Pattern-Cutting

At the turn of a new decade for the Hennes & Mauritz-owned fashion label, COS reimagines their design processes.

Trending24 March 2017
Nike Reveals the 'Pro Hijab' For Muslim Athletes

This month, Nike announced that it would release a Pro Hijab for female Muslim athletes in spring 2018.

Trending23 March 2017
Vying for the LVMH Prize: Young, Gifted and Important to Know

Twenty-one fledgling businesses showed their best in hopes of winning the luxury giant’s money and support.

Trending, Entertainment & Culture22 March 2017
Christian Lacroix Puts Opulence into a ‘Midsummer Night’s’ Ballet

The French couturier has designed the Paris Opera Ballet’s new staging of George Balanchine’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”

Trending22 March 2017
The Abbreviated History of Burberry – In a Bag

A poignant tribute to its forefather, Thomas Burberry.

T | On Set, Trending21 March 2017
On Set | Arcade Ambition with Chanel

Yoyo Cao and Yvette King showcase Chanel's Spring/Summer 2017 ready-to-wear, bags, and accessories collections in an all-out arcade battle.

Trending21 March 2017
Brand to Know: The Men’s Wear Line Rethinking the Button-Down Shirt

Cobra, which debuted last month, introduces an array of men’s shirts in experimental fabrics and colors.

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