Virgil Abloh's latest show was a truly impressive statement, mashing up 1980s New York street and gallery art – Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Andy Warhol and Futura - with college dorm-room, derelict-dude style.
"Go West young man. Go West," exhorted the great 19th century editor Horace Greeley. And Stuart Vevers did this spring, turning a visit to Sante Fe, back in march into a brilliant new vision of America fashion and lore.
It may have been a quiet season in New York, where there was more drama about the locations – from a wrecked passage in Chinatown to Ralph Lauren’s garage in Bedford – but several key trends were clear.
The ongoing project, dubbed #WomenBehindtheLens, will highlight the talent of female photographers who were invited to photograph Maria Grazia Chiuri's first Dior collection and its girl-power message.