From her Disney days to duets with A$AP, Selena Gomez is all grown-up.

As iconic as Breton stripes, Serge Gainsbourg and Francoise Hardy, Martell have compiled their definitive list of France’s greatest stars.

We’ve already called it, Miu Miu have made the shoe of the season. You’ll be wearing their Bowie-esque boots come Spring.

Jason Acton and Mimi Kim share an editorial in the last of the summer sunlight.

To mark the death of one of Italy’s most influential designers – and owner of the 70s fashion scene’s go-to hangout spot

The R&B-wrangler carving her own path.

Kym Ellery’s first Paris show was feminism powered by body-form foil and flares. 

BA move over, Chanel’s Airline has arrived and it’s the most fashionable way to fly.

Iconic clothing brand Kangol is teaming up with Hackney based label Terrible Movement in the first ever clothing collaboration in its 76 year history. Available at an exclusive pop-up event…

Vetements’ spokesperson and ‘head’ takes over as Creative Director as Alexander Wang steps down.

Italian heritage brand Car Shoe takes it back to basics in their new video showing how their iconic moccasins are hand-crafted.

A step into Bill Gaytten’s realm of artistic frills, hardened with a military inspiration and a rock ‘n’ roll edge.

Early 90s LA-esque alt babe Julia Cumming talks Saint Laurent, showmanship and her scuzz-punk band, Sunflower Bean.

Historical brand Coach are beginning their Modern Luxury roll-out in Europe with a flagship store opening in Paris.

For her second collection at the Parisian fashion house, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski brings a city sports edge to the understated French ethos of Hermès.

Syndi Huang and Eva Novotna roam around the suburbs for an editorial.

Two-time British designer of the year Patrick Cox makes his long awaited return with his personal venture Lathbridge.

Between shooting music videos in musty motels with Miley Cyrus to bouncing in the back of a truck driven by Tom “Mad

Want the Saint Laurent look? No sleep for a week and a root around in your younger siblings dressing up box and your mum’s 90s wardrobe.

Watch the Louis Vuitton show live here at 9am GMT on Wednesday 7th October.

The designer who changed the meaning of “book-bag” took us on a Japanese inspired journey this season.

It was all about variation for Stella McCartney this season, with everything from reworked tailoring to mesh cut-out dresses.

Phoebe Philo puts the sand back between the toes of the Céline woman for SS16.

Tom Ford has opted for a dance inducing video rather than a catwalk presentation for SS16 – and it’s as good as we expected.

With a primary band of colour, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim rekindle Kenzo’s Japanese roots for the SS16 wayfaring woman.

Connecting political history within majestic intricacies, Sarah Burton replaces the drama with a different voice at Alexander McQueen.

Roland Mouret’s Galaxy dress celebrates its 10th birthday amongst a floral, geometric collection.

LBD dreams were thrown amongst the ever present basics at A.P.C.

Gender was dismissed in Vivienne’s Westwood’s quest to ‘Save Venice’ with her Gold Label.

Jonny Johansson brings together everything he loves about music to Acne womenswear this SS16

Tinsel attraction and a pact with plastic – J. W. Anderson catches our attention for another season with Loewe.

Alexander Wang concludes his time at Balenciaga with a finale collection of white silk and a swan-like aesthetic.

Julien David set seaside stripes against playful prints.

Rough edges and bouncing pleats were the order of the day at Issey Miyake.

Girls on girls on girls, Rick Owens takes on contortionists for SS16.

After the external set hype, Dior delivered a sugar sweet collection and we saw the long awaited shoe evolution from thigh high hooker boots.

Paris party bunnies and technicolour dreamcoats, Manish Arora SS16 is for 24 hour party people.

Hussein Chalayan joined forces with Swarovski once again for a glittering, ground-breaking collection.

Chloé was bizarrely less surprising than it first seemed for SS16.

Paris’ most hyped brand wowed editors with another round of awkwardly desirable pieces.