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Hard-working hedonist Diego Della Valle, who presides over the Italian luxury label Tod's, remains cognizant of his company's obligation to give back to the community.
Models present creations from Chinese brand Rico Lee during Shanghai Fashion Week in Shanghai on October 17, 2013.
Washi paper was paired with silk and fabrics layered in an echo of traditional kimonos at Japan Fashion Week, an event of an industry key to the nation's "Cool Japan" campaign.
Models present creations by Vivienne Westwood during a fashion show in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, Oct 15, 2013.
For over a millennium, Chinese artists have been using ink to express the beauty of flowers and birds. Artist Huang Yue has carried that tradition on, but uses a different medium – oil.
Diamonds are a girl's best friend, but what about cheaper crystals? Nathalie Colin of Swarovski says rhinestones and fine cut glass offer a lot of freedom for designers.
Cute style strikes back this season, but with a more independent and powerful touch.
London shoe designer Rupert Sanderson says reliability is key to competing in luxury markets from Europe to Asia.
Six Lee hopes that his avant-garde fashions will one day go from being the darling of fashion editorial pages to gracing the wardrobe of its editors, he tells Rebecca Lo.
The Shanghai Museum of Contemporary Art is turning into a huge walking closet for fashionistas, with the unveiling of a three-month exhibition devoted to the House of Dior brand that kicked off in September.
Denim jeans pioneer Renzo Rosso, the man behind the hugely successful Diesel label, first visited China 20 years ago and was staggered to find very few people were dressed in the Western world's most enduringly popular staple - casual clothing.
Exclusive interview with Daniel A. Mohr, general manager of Buben & Zorweg, a German luxury watch winder maker.