Through the years, we've seen Calvin Klein logos like this:
Dreamer and musician @okay.kaya has a reason to stay in bed: new Modern Cotton Bedding, inspired by the classic Calvin Klein Underwear and made from the same ultra-soft cotton modal fabric. Photographed by @columbinegoldsmith. Available July 7th exclusively at @bloomingdales. #mycalvins
Calvin Klein(@calvinklein)님이 게시한 사진님, 2016 7월 5 오전 6:02 PDT
Late night walk-through in @costafrancisco’s design studio before the big reveal. #mycalvins #nyfw
Calvin Klein(@calvinklein)님이 게시한 사진님, 2016 2월 17 오후 6:56 PST
In Beyoncé-like form, Calvin Klein dropped their first collection since Raf Simons' took over as chief creative officer last year with little-to-no warning. Calvin Klein by Appointment, a 14-piece made-to-measure collection, will be hand-crafted in NYC, with the first appointments taking place on April 1, 2017. "Calvin Klein is not only about iconic underwear and jeans – it's about so much more," a statement from Simons reads on calvinklein.us. Ahead, a look at the collection that's inspired by every decade since the '20s.
These days, a designer’s Instagram seems almost as important as their actual designs. Who are you if you don’t have at least a five-figure following, anyway? This year saw mega-brands put on such over-the-top, Insta-friendly runway shows that the clothes occasionally faded into the background of an epic set. Others are going off the runway and staging photogenic presentations instead, like Ryan Roche’s ballet and A.P.C.’s rave from Spring ’17. Meanwhile, lots of new talents are skipping Fashion Week altogether to focus on building an organic, close-knit Instagram community.
@nicolasghesquiere presents @louisvuitton‘s Spring 2017 collection in the brand‘s new Place Vendôme home. See the full collection on VogueRunway.com. #PFW
Vogue Runway(@voguerunway)님이 게시한 사진님, 2016 10월 5 오전 3:36 PDT
On Tuesday evening, Calvin Klein took to Snapchat to reveal the latest batch of talented actors, models, musicians and, in one case, an editor starring in its fall 2016 global campaign. Following spring's major multimedia effortfeaturing Kendall Jenner, Justin Bieber, FKA twigs, Fetty Wap, Kendrick Lamar and many more, the American brand has just shared videos on Snapchat of Kate Moss, Grace Coddington, Margot Robbie, Frank Ocean, Cameron Dallas, Henry Rollins and footballer James Rodriguez talking about falling in love and flirting.