Paris may be dominated by giant boldface-name luxury fashion marques, but a key to keeping the City of Light at the top of the heap when it comes to fashion capitals is the ability to discover exciting new talent.
Following its appointment of British designer Nicholas Knightly as Creative Director last year, French label Moynat has launched the first designs under his control, plus a campaign that focuses on the bags above all.
The Italian luxury label is supporting a new online educational programme by ‘I Was a Sari’, giving disadvantaged Indian women the opportunity to turn into expert artisans and achieve financial independence.
The clothes are still snug and cosy, but fashion designers are now dreaming of outings and parties, judging from the womenswear collections for next winter presented virtually in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
Last but very definitely not least, Louis Vuitton completed the 10-day Paris Fashion Week with a collection unveiled Wednesday afternoon that looked south to Italy, and its greatest modern print-maker, Piero Fornasetti.
Browns has linked up with the Nordic talent platform Designers’ Nest and has chosen Swedish designer Emma Gudmundson to create a collection that will be sold exclusively in-store and online by the London-based boutique.
British label Vivienne Westwood presented its latest collection on Saturday in the form of a musical number in the highly chic London district of Mayfair while reinterpreting tunes from the famous musical ‘My Fair Lady’.
A festive mood was prevalent in the Fall/Winter 2021-22 collections unveiled at Paris Fashion Week on Monday, as Lanvin and Giambattista Valli showcased their sparkling outfits for a night out clubbing.