Alexander McQueen Part 2
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Alexander McQueen Part 1
Part of the Series: Designer Marathon Volume 3
Before bursting onto the London fashion scene with his daring, provocative collections, Alexander McQueen honed his tailoring skills on Savile Row. His sharp tailoring would continue to influence his dramatic collections as he explored challenging silhouettes presented in powerfully evocative landscapes. McQueen's skill was quickly recognized by the fashion cognoscenti…
Nina Ricci, Vionnet and Alexander McQueen - Paris Fall 2015
In this issue of Videofashion Collections ... Mugler, Nina Ricci, Vionnet and Alexander McQueen Fashion Minute.
Ellery, Paule Ka, Americans in Paris and Tsumori Chisato - Paris Fall 2016
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, Australian designer Kym Ellery deconstructs the constricting nature of the corset and reinterprets it through her Fall 2016 collection. At Paule Ka, creative director Alithia Spuri-Zampetti presents her official debut collection for the storied brand in a mock atelier, and reinterprets the label's signature…
Stella McCartney, Dries Van Noten and Sarah Burton - Paris Spring 2015
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, we arrive in the City of Light for the best of Paris Fashion Week! Fluidity and femininity are key at Stella McCartney's Spring/Summer 2015 show! Dries Van Noten's globe-trotting woman takes on a new and refreshing ease for Spring 2015, looking to the effortless…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2003
Part of the Series: The Year In Fashion Collection
In 2003 the classic Louis Vuitton monogram exploded in cartoon colors creating accessory lust worldwide. While most fashion designers celebrate the beauty of woman, the Metropolitan Museum took it a step further with an exhibit worshipping the Goddess. Master showman John Galliano proved himself again with a vibrant Bollywood spectacle.…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 1998
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A fashion year of firsts. American designers Michael Kors and Marc Jacobs take the helm of the venerable French houses of Celine and Louis Vuitton. Julien Macdonald launches his first signature collection in London and eccentric beauty Erin O'Conner is 1998's fashion "it girl". Celebrity designer Stella McCartney begins her…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2010
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The Year in Fashion 2010 saw the launch of Fashion's Night Out - an initiative founded by Vogue Magazine's Anna Wintour, to help stimulate the lagging economy. The Museum of Art and Design in New York, celebrated former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's understated power with the first ever exhibition…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2004
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2004 welcomed a return to sophistication with the stunning craftsmanship of young designers including Olivier Theyskens at Rochas and newcomers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez at Proenza Schouler. Perennial provocateur Alexander McQueen awed the fashion world with a spectacular depression-era dance marathon. Christopher Bailey deftly updated the house hallmarks for…
Designer Marathon Volume 3
In a world where designer labels come and go at the drop of a fashionable hat, only the strongest survive. Designer Marathon takes you from the humblest of beginnings through the most spectacular creations that catapulted these designers and design houses to fame. We map out a career timeline of…
Vivienne Westwood
Vivienne Westwood directed by Gillian Greenwood, follows the designer at work. Greenwood's film offers a unique insight into how she creates her distinctive and often shocking designs, and what have been her major influences. The film documents Westwood's rise from 1970s Queen of Punk to the fashion icon she is…
The Year In Fashion: Volume 2013
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Videofashion's The Year in Fashion 2013 brings you the brightest fashion highlights of the past 12 months! 2013 saw the fashion community celebrating fantastical fashion moments, hailing sensational comebacks, marking political milestones and surmounting unexpected misfortunes. In a year with many newsworthy memories, creativity was at its zenith! At Alexander…
Givenchy Part 2 (post-Hubert)
Part of the Series: Designer Marathon Volume 5
In 1995, John Galliano made fashion history when he was appointed to the creative helm of Givenchy - the first British designer to ever head a French couture house. After only two seasons, Bernard Arnault, the chairman of LVMH, decided that Galliano's brilliance was needed to reinvent the house of…