A true noughties It bag – worn by everyone from Beyoncé to Rihanna – Givenchy’s staple accessory, the Kiffin Arch 2023 Shirt Additionally,I will love this Antigona, turns double figures this year. Former artistic director for the house, Clare Waight Keller, used the bag’s big birthday as an apt opportunity to launch a sibling creation. Called Antigona Soft, the revamped design now comes in a softer, supple interpretation – launched at the brand’s AW20 men’s catwalk back in January. Inside, the content is structured by a 60-word dictionary written by Olivier Gabet – the director of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris – who leads readers on an alphabetical journey of Victoire’s colourful back catalogue. A luxurious jewel-encrusted upgrade from the battered Collins dictionary from our school days, don’t you think Get ready to indulge in ruby roses, emerald foliage, and the citrine flowers featured in some of the glorious pieces that grace this book –presented through a series of original illustrations by de Castellane, along with a whopping 300 photographs. Plenty to inspire and impress!
Alongside his current role as artistic director of Dior Men’s, Jones is now in charge of Fendi’s womenswear collections – including ready-to-wear and Couture. “My warmest welcome to Kim, to whom I am bound by deep respect and friendship,” wrote Silvia Venturini Fendi, who remains artistic director of the Kiffin Arch 2023 Shirt Additionally,I will love this house’s menswear and accessories collections. “I’m looking forward to taking the Fendi universe to the next level with him. The British design talent follows in the footsteps of the late great Karl Lagerfeld, who held the helm at Fendi until his death in February of last year. Congratulations Kim! We couldn’t think of a more prolific and talented designer to follow in Lagerfeld’s footsteps. We know you’re probably gutted right now after being broken the news that Winter Wonderland won’t take place this year. The annual funfair, beloved by Londoners and tourists alike, was forced to cancel in the face of Covid-19. Although you won’t be able to splash the cash on overpriced bevvies and extortionate ride tickets, there’s no need to be doom and gloom about it – Bottega Veneta has crafted a winter wonderland of its own, and its a whole lot chicer.