Think of haute couture as fashion’s great honey pot. A unique Parisian nectar that always manges to lure couturiers, designers, brands and events into five days. Starting Saturday, it will stage its busiest season ever.
Two veterans offered a reinterpretation of femininity on the fashion week’s second day. Mietis, Pablo Erroz, Guillermina Baeza, Jnorig and Lebor Gabala showed on a day that left a bittersweet taste with Amoramargo.
The first day saw shows from children’s lines Boboi and The Little Creative, as well as presentations from Daniel Rosa, Oscarleon, Miquel Suay and Antonio Miro. The end of the party celebrated Macson’s 75th anniversary.
The 17-day European menswear runway and salon season ended Sunday night in Paris. A four-city tour including some 150 shows and three times as many presentations. Here's our pick of the 12 most relevant collections.
No show this season for the label helmed by Demna Gvasalia. On the top-level of a parking lot in Batignolles, the Vetements team whipped together a large photo exhibition paired with a concert and champagne.
One hesitates to consider the budget for flights this season for the Kenzo runway show, seeing as the half the cast of some 80 all-Asian models, were flown in from the east especially for this men’s and women’s show.