Fashion Insider: GucciGhost And Paris Fashion Week

By Sarah Stallmann
In Style

Fashion news, trends, topics and images straight from the desk of yours truly.

Gucci FW16 in collaboration with grafitti artist Trouble Andrew. Photo by Martina Ferrara.

Gucci FW16 in collaboration with graffiti artist Trouble Andrew. Photo by Martina Ferrara.

1/ Go East: A new set of China-based emerging designers are creating buzz on the European runways with fresh collections that are broadening the fashion horizon in the far east.

2/ While Paris Fashion Week kicks off, take a glimpse at the best of the best street style in both London and Milan courtesy of The Cut. Warm weather coming soon!

3/ Creating a success story out of stealing a major brand’s namesake isn’t easy, but for graffiti artist Trouble Andrew—aka GucciGhost—that’s exactly what happened. After tagging up his neighborhood in NYC with his stylized take on the iconic Gucci logo, Gucci brought him on as a collaborator for the fall 2016 collection, showing off his signature tags throughout the always impressive collection. Read an interview with the artist on Dazed and view the entire Gucci FW collection on Vogue.com.

4/ Paris Fashion Week is the next on the runway agenda and Vogue.com has some hard-hitting questions about what could be in store. What am I most looking forward to? The incomparable Iris Van Herpen and the youthful rebellion of Vetements, of course.

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