Cutler and Gross Circus Collection
The British luxury eyewear brand, Cutler & Gross, have released their new collection (just as the sun finally makes an appearance). And it's inspired by the circus. Cutler & Gross were bowled over by the skill and perfection it takes to be a performer and each pair is named for its act.

Ladies and gentlemen, introducing the Strongman, Trapeze, and the Ringmaster, the latter aptly named for its new cylindrical metal and acetate temple. Stealing the show, is the Polka sunglass, while the Acrobat walks a straight line with a refined frame and Rose Gold temples. The range receives a round of applause for their elaborate showcase. 

Jeanne Lanvin at Palais Galliera
The first Paris exhibit dedicated to Jeanne Lanvin opens March 8 at the Palais Galliera. Jeanne Lanvin started her business 125 years ago, making it one of the oldest fashion houses today. The Palais Galliera is showcasing over a hundred garments from their own collection and also from Lanvin Heritage. Lanvin’s artistic director, Alber Elbaz, worked closely with the fashion museum. The exhibit will be on until August 23. Read more: PALAIS GALLIERA

Bjork Exhibit at the MoMA
The MoMA Bjork exhibit opens March 8 and on March 16 a new work by Bjork will join the show. Highlighting 20 years of her career, the exhibition features her dresses designed by Alexander McQueen and the copper wire dress designed by Iris Van Herpen for her song “Black Lake.” Bjork’s song “Black Lake” from her album Vulnicura streams throughout MoMA’s auditorium as visitors are surrounded by projections from a full Bjork experience. Read more: STYLE

Oscar De La Renta Behind-The-Scenes
In an exclusive behind-the-scenes look into Peter Copping’s first collection for Oscar De La Renta, Copping shares his respect for Oscar De La Renta’s legacy. Copping assumed the role of creative director after being appointed directly by De La Renta, and he had three months to create Autumn/Winter 2015. Read more: STYLE

Jean Paul Gaultier RTW
Jean Paul Gaultier launches his first ready-to-wear line with Seven and iHoldings, titled "Jean Paul Gaultier for Sept Premieres.” The 50-piece collection is priced between $32 - $250 and will be released later this year. Read more: VOGUE

Louis Vuitton Instagram Takeover 
Nicolas Ghesquière is taking over Louis Vuitton’s Instagram from March 5-11 to share behind-the-scenes photos from Paris Fashion Week. Tune into @LouisVuitton for an exclusive look through the eyes of Ghesquière. Read more: BURO24/7