Chanel may be about to bring down the curtain on its ultra-spectacular Paris fashion shows, its new designer Virginie Viard hinted Monday, as the French brand revealed its first collection since the coronavirus crisis.
Top luxury brands from Chanel to Louis Vuitton have increased prices of some of their most coveted products as they seek to make up for sales lost during weeks of coronavirus lockdowns.
From being a curious oddity seen only on Asian tourists, masks have suddenly become as essential as socks – a signal of civic virtue and a passport to many public spaces denied to the bare-faced.
Icelandic designer Yrurari's knitted face coverings aren't so much to stop airborne droplets as to keep people at a distance by displaying scary tongues or fangs.
New York was under a curfew that would last until early Tuesday morning, officials said, after looters raided stores in central Manhattan, targeting some of the city's top retailers.
Virgil Abloh, the designer for Louis Vuitton's menswear collections and founder of streetwear label Off-White, has apologised after being criticised for chastising looting by U.S. protesters.
In the ad posted on its Instagram account, the sportswear brand has tweaked the words of its trademark slogan to highlight racism in America, saying: ‘For once, Don’t do It. Don’t pretend there’s not a problem in America.’
An art gallery in Paris has sought inspiration in ancient China to help it enforce social distancing, by providing hats with winged extensions for visitors.
A colourful cast of characters appears day after day on a porch in the US state of Virginia, urging people to stay upbeat and stay home during the coronavirus shutdowns.