Salvatore Ferragamo’s Invisible Sandal was a marvel when it was introduced in 1947. This season, its signature heel is back.
By Lindsay Talbot
This new design by David Webb pays homage to a decadent jade pendant that the atelier’s founder dreamed up for a client in 1972.
The Cartier Tank, already a departure from more traditional round watches when it was first introduced in the 1930s, gets another playful update.
The husband-and-wife duo Luke and Lucie Meier share the influences behind the brand’s modern, minimalist aesthetic.
Alexander McQueen’s new cross-body borrows from the harnesses the brand has periodically sent down the runway.
Inspired by Formica-tiled countertops from the 1950s, one of the motifs from the brand’s spring 1996 show has been put to new use.
The Swiss watchmaker Rolex has reimagined one of its signature styles with colorful dials encircled by diamonds.
Two years ago, the house reacquired one of its own iconic pieces, which inspired a magnificent new creation.
The latest iteration of Louis Vuitton’s NéoNoé design features smaller proportions and a multicolored patchwork of shearling.
The diamonds perched atop Elsa Peretti’s fluid gold mesh collar, which the house recently reimagined, resemble droplets of dew.