“I like to get lost in historical research,” says the not-yet-30 creator of Triclinium, the installation exhibited at Design Miami by invitation of Fendi that references historical portraits of women reclining on furniture.
The world of fashion is not defined by what you see: the turtleneck, the trousers, the trench. Big-name brands are powered by a network of very small yet highly skilled artisans—specializing in yarns, dyeing, embroidery, leather, crochet stitching, filigree, beading, lace—whose expertise and knowledge is rooted in Italy. With the ongoing pandemic, there is a risk of losing some parts of the Made in Italy supply chain.
The Germans came to Milan. So did the Brits. The French too. And of course, the Italians were out with their masks on.
Every piece included is Canadian-made, because at the end of the day, nobody understands us better than our own local producers.
To mark the restoration of the St. Regis Rome, Delfina Delettrez Fendi has designed a collection inspired by the hotel’s new era of modern glamour.
Painter and sculptor Nadia Gohar navigates the liminal space between the home she left behind and the home she’s made for herself in art.
Delicate, colourful, and boldly over the top, we have you styled for summer.
Thierry-Maxime Loriot is a relative newcomer in curatorial circles. The former model turned curator has become a foremost expert at the intersection of fashion and art. The world premiere of Thierry Mugler: Couturissime on show at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is another of Loriot’s blockbuster exhibitions.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Revisiting our Summer 2018 Portfolio fashion spread, recently nominated by National Magazine Awards for Lifestyle Photography.