The best from Paris Fashion Week
Tag: Dries Van Noten
Beyond the mouth-watering, show-stopping fixtures of the Parisian runways, clothes had a genuine feel of freedom imbued with a subtle air of poignancy. From Casablanca’s rodeo-inspired collection to the incredibly-crafted menswear presented by the likes of Dries Van Noten, Amiri and Louis Vuitton, fluidity run apace: volumes were tamed, with a gentle power that saw a panoply of offerings veering into the genderless. Which is why, as gender conversations become increasingly commonplace, Paris may have given a masterclass in hope-tinged glory. A glory, that is, that mixes inclusivity and prowess
Paris Men's Fashion Week reminds us of a terrible truth: there is no single way forward
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?
What happened in Paris? The French-based Fashion Week digital presentations were all about the right mix between elegance, glamour and excess
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New life and new femininity after 60 years old. So peaceful and quiet until she wakes up and realizes that her life is not gone. A fashion story by Aureliano Quattrone, Photo by Sara Mautone