The Garden of Eden chez Givenchy, even if the temptations were not those of the flesh but rather of the wardrobe. In a rather prim and proper season, this Fall 2019 collection looked very in sync with the current mood.
A love story, the theme of the latest Valentino collection, but also one between the audience and the house’s designer Pierpaolo Piccioli, who was greeted with ecstatic scenes when he took his bow in Paris on Sunday.
Creative director at Delpozo since December, the German designer went back to the roots of the Spanish house with a collection that combined comfort with structural pieces, all created for his vision of a "voyageuse".
A love letter to Parisians, Parisiennes and their obsession with shopping at Balenciaga, delivered on a giant city street, where the models marched as if desperately late for an appointment or a romantic tryst.
The Hyères Festivel winners unveiled a very successful first collection for Nina Ricci in Paris on Friday, sending out looks for an elegant and modern Parisienne caressed by the warm breeze of the Caribbean.
Tommy Hilfiger took his latest See Now, Buy Now fashion link-up with newly minted superstar Zendaya to the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées on Saturday, staging a glamorously gutsy flower power generation show.
The winter womenswear collections on show in Paris this weekend oscillated between a dark, rocky feel at Haider Ackermann, Balmain and Altuzarra, and a light and polychromatic aesthetic at Issey Miyake and Rahul Mishra.
So, can we finally knock on the head this dim-witted opinion, found frequently among our Anglo-Saxon cousins, that Hedi Simane is a designer with narrow range, a man limited to rock and roll tailoring?
The walls inside the Loewe show space within UNESCO were covered in glass cameos of Restoration and Renaissance notables this Friday. The fashion was stripped back and cleaned up, yet somehow more dramatic and resonant.
In Dries Van Noten’s aesthetics the beauty of a rose is in the very power of its delicacy. Which was very much the case in his latest show, a collection of rose-print clothes presented inside Paris' Palais de Tokyo.