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Germanier: Paris Fashion Week's most exciting new talent
Kevin Germanier is a Swiss with an Irish name who happens to be bursting with talent. As his zany, surrealist yet also commercial collection shown Monday in Christie’s Paris auction house fully displayed.
Louis Vuitton: Edgy urban luxury in the Musée d’Orsay
How to survive with style in the urban jungle was the overriding image of the latest collection by Nicolas Ghesquière for Louis Vuitton staged Monday lunchtime in Paris.
Pure, modern, colourful: Pierre Cardin is back on official Parisian calendar
Two years after the death of its eponymous founder, Pierre Cardin made its return to Paris Fashion Week on Sunday evening, 30 years after dropping out of the event’s official calendar.
Valentino: Black-tie magic
Only Pierpaolo Piccioli could link Valentino Garavani with Johnny Rotten and combine them into a great fashion collection and show. Taking the idea of black-tie and using it to re-imagine a whole sense of style.
From spray-on dresses to robots, Coperni continues to showcase innovation
Faced with the challenge of outdoing the success of Bella Hadid's spray-on look, the brand led by Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant created a dialogue between models and robotic wolves inspired by Jean de La Fontaine.
From Cali to Paris, Colombian designer Johanna Ortiz shows at Paris Fashion Week
The Colombian luxury brand unveiled its "effortless" designs distinguished by their unique prints that have already won over leading luxury e-commerce retailers in Paris, at a show held at the Palais Garnier.
Akris: 70s style celebrates Albert’s fashion baptism
That’s two down and one to go at Akris 100 Years, with Act II staged inside a giant north Paris art gallery, a homage to the brand’s origins and to Switzerland, as a source of exceptional fabrics.
Balenciaga: A show of tailoring and forgetting
Security was intense for the latest show of Balenciaga on Sunday morning in Paris, with guards positioned at the gateway to the Carrousel du Louvre, in its main corridors and at the entrance into the basement event.
Alexander McQueen: Remarkable tailoring, artistic anatomy
A cool and clever encounter of the strictest tailoring combined with the voluptuousness of anatomy in a dramatic show and collection for Alexander McQueen by designer Sarah Burton staged Saturday night.
Saturday in Paris: Hermès and Elie Saab
Two houses that dress the extremely well-heeled, Hermès and Elie Saab, showed on Saturday in Paris; the first designed for discretion, the latter to dazzle.
Vivienne Westwood: Paris bids farewell to the genius in Place de la Concorde
A tearful moment and understandably so, at the finale of Saturday’s Vivienne Westwood show, the first since the passing of Britain’s great couturier in December.
Friday in Paris: Yohji Yamamoto, Nina Ricci, Theory Project and Ullens
Friday was a day of debuts, returns and a great veteran. Master designer Yohji Yamamoto with a masterly display; much-hyped debutant Harris Reed at Nina Ricci; a subtle debut at Ullens and restraint at Theory Project.
Victoria Beckham: Grey Gardens and glamorous imperfection
Glamorous imperfection – from horsehair shoes to interior suit lining on the outside – in a quirkily chic collection inspired by Grey Gardens at Victoria Beckham.
Acqusitions boost threads giant Coats as it builds share in footwear components
Coats Group, the UK stock exchange-listed global threads giant, has reported its results for 2022 and said that revenue rose, 9% to $1.58 billion.
Paco Rabanne: A farewell to utopia
They bade a final farewell to Paco Rabanne in the house’s latest runway show Wednesday evening in Paris, with six looks by the master designer.
Paris Fashion Week Wednesday: Dries Van Noten, The Row and Nehera
One of greatest qualities of Paris Fashion Week is the sheer depth of variety on display, ranging in one day from the high-color printing and delicate embroidery of Dries Van Noten to mono-color at The Row and Nehera.