On International Women's Day, L'OFFICIEL remembers some of fashion's biggest female powerhouses.
Ahead of his time, Thierry Mugler created a limitless, inclusive, and disruptive world of fashion where women were cast as the heroines.
Mugler has dressed everyone from '90s supermodels Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss to today's stars like Kim Kardashian and Cardi B.
L'OFFICIEL celebrates the lives and careers of some of the fashion industry's biggest losses this year.
After joining the Kering brand in 2018, Daniel Lee has announced that he is moving on.
Discover the global names driving fashion forward.
With androgynous styles and unique inspirations, Yves Saint Laurent undoubtedly revolutionized 20th century fashion.
In honor of the designer’s 72nd birthday, look back on how Bruce Oldfield wielded his peerless tenacity and refined taste to break free from the parochialism of British fashion.
After leaving Céline in 2017, the designer disappeared from the scene only to return four years later with her own namesake brand.
From Hedi Slimane's YSL debut to Balenciaga's Haute Couture revival, here are some fashion's buzziest returns throughout history.
From Moschino to Balmain, the futuristic designer had a major influence on some of fashion's biggest names.
From Martin Margiela to Peter Do, these creatives let their designs speak for themselves.
The designer discusses JW Anderson's Men's Spring/Summer 2022 and Cruise 2022 collections while reflecting on the state of adolescence today.
Some of the most renowned designers pivoted to fashion after making a name for themselves in other fields.
The artist's multidisciplinary platform and creative agency Saint Heron highlights six designers and finalists for the 2021 International Woolmark Prize.
In honor of the legendary Battle of Versailles designer's birthday, learn some more about his life and legacy.
Kerby Jean-Raymond is the first Black American designer to be invited to participate in a Paris Haute Couture season.
If one thing's for certain, it will be a statement-making, celebratory melange of all the styles we wished to wear last year.
Beacuse it's going to be too hot for those sweats.
Ewan McGregor will star as the '70s designer in the new series featuring famous clients like Liza Minelli, Elsa Peretti, and the rest of the Studio 54 crowd.