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Balenciaga presents us with a pre-fall 2019 in which dynamic shapes and colour blocks are the priority
Kiko Kostadinov is once again teaming up with Camper LAB to reinterpret the classic shoe and “motorcycle boots”.
In that new and changing ecosystem there are several local brands that are challenging perceptions of South Korean conservatism such as: WWWM.
The Cloudbust Thunder is presented to us as a hybrid between sporty and refined aesthetics with the airs of science fiction.
Gucci’s new pre-fall 2019 campaign is an update of the entire Greek universe at the Selinunte archaeological park in Sicily, where the classic and the contemporary merge.
Sisyphe is back with a mix of influences that work perfectly, creating the perfect synergy between references and fashion.
Time passes quickly. It seems like yesterday when we shouted with excitement after hearing the news that Kim Jones was taking over the heels of men’s fashion in Dior.
The Japanese brand, and Wander, created in 2011 by the designer duo Keita Ikeuchi and Mihoko Mori, launches its FW19.
The horn announcing the end of the working day sounded after the VFILES Yellow Label Showroom in Paris.
Lacoste closes Paris Fashion Week – along with the Louis Vuitton fashion show – with its FW 2019 collection, the first designed by Louise Trotter, the brand’s new Creative Director.
The fashion show, called ” The Gathering of Shadows”, was a display of Comme des Garçons most identitarian aesthetics.
Yesterday, the Louvre Museum was transformed into the Pompidou art and culture centre, to house the new Louis Vuitton collection for the Autumn/Winter 2019 season.
After a large number of teasers, London designer Martine Rose has presented her fourth collection in collaboration with NAPA.
Clare Waight Keller’s latest collection for the French house, Givenchy, is inspired by a winter walk through the Garden of Eden.
Celine revives the aesthetics of the classic Parisian woman that Vogue venerated decades ago.
Unravel Project sets itself apart from conventionality and reconstructs its designs from the confection and union of different garments.
Balenciaga is committed to a new approach to Parisian society: “it’s my way of modernising the Parisian style”.
Based on the same codes, improved. SISYPHE returns with a new vision of the same story – its own -: oversized suits, reinterpreted sportswear, elevated workwear and denim.
No one could expect Rick Owens’ new show to be normal and discreet. So this one wasn’t either. As you know, Rick Owens is not a designer that you have to understand perfectly to appreciate and celebrate.
La colección FW19 de Maison Margiela se centra en la purificación del mundo de internet, de la sobrecarga de imágenes y estímulos.
A runway with yellow and black squares hosted Virgil Abloh’s new FASHION exhibition for women.