No one could accuse Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquièreof lacking imagination. He packs more ideas into one look that some designers instill into a whole collection. Even if climate protestors clearly couldn’t care less.
Self-editing, a talent few designers are blessed with, which is why they employ stylists to help hone their visions, was the key to the latest Miu Miu collection staged Tuesday, the final day of Paris Fashion Week.
Designers Constança Entrudo, Ricardo Andrez and Maria Carlos Baptista have staged a theatrical-style presentation at the Galerie Joseph venue in Paris, showcasing the next generation in Portuguese fashion.
On Monday, with a film directed by Olivier Dahan, the Parisian label unveiled a bumper collection full of ideas, celebrating youth caught between the yearning for enjoyment and the challenges that await it today.
There are eight more young fashion trainees to watch out for. Yoox Net-A-Porter and The Prince’s Foundation have unveiled the new intake of young artisans for the second edition of their The Modern Artisan project.
The first physical show from the American designer, presenting his third collection for the LVMH-owned house, combined Gothic touches, couture details and a disruptive, pastel-shaded collaboration with Josh Smith.
Turns out the Paris season’s biggest debut was on a crisp Monday when Yang Li presented his first collection for Chinese luxury marque Shang Xia, a brainy and beguiling high-color hybrid blend of east and west.
Ann Demeulemeester returned to Paris to see the rebirth of her fashion house Sunday, though from the front and not the backstage. Sitting snugly beside the brand’s new owner, fashion entrepreneur Claudio Antonioli.
Working out how to dress women for the post-Covid era has exercised the minds of all designers this season. Most notably at Akris, a house which dresses women who guide corporations and international organizations.