Vibrant, cool, and of-the-moment, these sartorial sisters embrace winter’s elegant underthings and outsized layers.
The accessories of the moment are elegant yet earthly, with bold textures and shapes elevated by fanciful touches.
From Yves Saint Laurent to Alessandro Michele, see how these designers are pushing the boundaries of femininity with Le Smoking.
The new Hermès collection designed by Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski is inspired by the beauty of the outdoors.
From the royal European courts of the 16th century to the Met Gala, members of royal families all over the world have always been fashion trendsetters.
Summer will be a breeze with 10 of L'OFFCIEL's curated trends from the Spring/Summer 2022 men's fashion shows.
Handy with a needle and thread? Cracks, holes, or other wear-and-tear in clothing may now be visibly repaired to be eco-friendly.
The wildest beauty trends this spring—red lips, graphic eyeliner, and lots of glitter—are ready to party.
For the coldest season of the year, Hermès bets on a fresh and light collection, totally different from its past collections.
Paris-based architect and interior designer Isabelle Stanislas intermixes a modern approach with a reverence for history and craftsmanship.
Veronique Nichanian's latest collection for the Maison is full of micro gestures.
Artist Mason Rothschild's new line of exclusive Birkin bags combine digital entrepreneurship with a more sustainable vision.
The luxury house designs the extravagance of minimalism in a new accessory.
Colorful Carré scarves are sought-after fashion artifacts.
Gucci, Hermès, Bottega Veneta, and other brands are reclaiming the wide-leg pant. L’OFFICIEL gives you five ways to style the latest trend.
We can’t let go of florals quite yet. L’OFFICIEL gives you five ways to incorporate autumn’s favorite flowers into your fall wardrobe.
Hermès, a French fashion house dating back more than 180 years, not only produces one of the most coveted handbags, but also luxurious interior details.
Stylist Vanessa Bellugeon captures Parisian glamour with elegant outerwear and perfectly-placed classics from Chanel, Dior, Hermès, and more.
From risque collaborations to decadent water features and plane landings, Paris runways were home to all sorts of theatrics this fashion week.