Paris Fashion Week battled on, with Coronavirus masks in use and a government ban on large public gatherings. On the runways, reassuring craziness—including animal heads—reigned.
Liza Foreman is a regular contributor to The International Herald Tribune, the Financial Times, Le Film Francais, and other publications, covering fashion, film, homes and travel. Born and raised in the U.K., she lives in Los Angeles and spends around six months a year on the road. She has also written for The New York Times, The Times, The Observer, and Reuters, and was previously on staff at Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. For more of the author's proposed sartorial adventures, check out this link
Paris Couture Week included the farewell show from Jean-Paul Gaultier, featuring a special performance by Boy George. Elsewhere, there were wild wedding dresses, snow, and satin.
The star of “Presumed Innocent” and “The Player” sat down in Marrakech to discuss the ugliness of the male gaze, Hollywood creeps, and the art of aging gracefully.
The Bollywood legend and “Baywatch” star sat down with Liza Foreman in Marrakesh to discuss the backlash over her pro-Indian military tweet, marrying younger, and much more.
Stuck in Paris dreaming of the ocean, I hopped on a train to walk one of Europe's least known pilgrimage routes, along Portugal's rugged beaches.
The Spring 2020 ready-to-wear shows, which wrapped up in Paris on Tuesday, showed just how proudly extravagant and theatrical the city's Fashion Week has become.
At Paris Couture Week, big names like Dior and Givenchy and lesser-known labels served up stunning looks, with glitter, ostrich feathers, and the perfect ball attire—for a lobster.
An exhibit at the Musée Christian Dior in France celebrates the Dior wardrobe of Grace Kelly, the luminously beautiful Academy Award-winning actress turned Monaco princess.
Hidden inside the high Atlas Mountains of Morocco sits a kasbah largely left to nature's whims. But it was once the over-the-top home of the country’s now-hated ruler.
Notre Dame's blaze awakened my curiosity and set me off on a journey of discovery that opened my eyes to dozens of forgotten churches that I had spotted around Paris but overlooked