There’s been much about the marriage of fashion and fine art at the Paris Fashion Week Menswear, the first purely online season in the history of menswear. Fashion's distance from fine art has rarely looked shorter.
Few fashion organizations have had a busier spring than the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode. FashionNetwork.com met with Pascal Morand and Séverine Merle to discuss Paris' upcoming digital menswear fashio...
Mugler will shift from showing four collections per year to two, which will be sold through the concept of ‘see now, buy now’. Designs will be picked up by retailers, then launched at the same time they arrive in-store.
It may only be digital but the upcoming debut Paris Fashion Week Online - Menswear looks to be very busy, with 68 events crammed into this month’s five-day season, and over a half dozen debutant brands.