An in-depth overview of Paris haute couture trends
Paris Men's Fashion Week reminds us of a terrible truth: there is no single way forward
Fashion, what's next? With the uncertainty resulting from the pandemic situation, haute couture must prove that it is not just a game of abstractions
The three must-haves for the mise en beauté on festive evenings are also lucky charms. And just like that
"Down by the water I took her hand Just like my daughter I'll see her again" PJ Harvey, To Bring You My Love, 1995
From Nicolas Ghesquière’s revisiting of 1920s trends to Virginie Viard’s 1980s-inspired collection, Paris Fashion Week looked at the past to gather inspiration for a sophisticated future. Did designers find the balance between all-time classics and unseen innovation? Find out below
The special presentations, the installations, the tours in the ateliers, the shop windows, the events dedicated by the fashion brands to the Milan SUPERSALONE, just a few days before the beginning of the fashion shows
Sofia Gnoli's new book is the perfect summer read not only for fashionistas
Paris is split down the middle, between those who see it as pensive and introspective, and those who, on the contrary, see it as a joy of living. But you know, once the party's over, there's an awakening of conscience. Remember Gretta in The Dubliners?
Home run! Overall, it was a great season for designers showcasing at Paris Fashion Week. Let's discover why...
Barbara Kruger’s and Dior’s provocative big written words show the importance of today’s immediacy and rebellious spirit of the past
Dior Cruise 2020, presented at the El Badi Palace in Marrakesh, marks its value not only in the refined aesthetic outcome but also in the strong cultural message and the use of African Wax fabric