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Alyx presents its RTW SS2021 collection. A much awaited proposal since it is the first one after Matthew Williams has signed with Givenchy.
Eytys has just released SS21 through a series of pieces with clear reminiscences to the 2000’s and Gen Z. Thus, Eytys explores new limits and studies the conception of the modern hero.
On the occasion of Paris Fashion Week, Prada has just launched its proposal for SS21: Prada Multiple Views SS21. Betting on diversity, a group of creatives from all over the world have been part of the collection.
South Korea’s Jung Wook Jun has just presented his Spring/Summer 2021 collection at Paris Fashion Week. SEOULSOUL is his most personal collection, reminiscent of his hometown of Seoul.
The Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, the governing body of French fashion, confirmed this morning that the shows will take place in September.
Saint Laurent, the luxury fashion company owned by French conglomerate Kering, has decided to cancel its participation in Paris Fashion Week this year.
The Board of Directors of the Fédération de la haute couture et de la Mode announced today that Paris Fashion Week Menswear has been cancelled.
Lacoste has presented its Autumn/Winter 2020 collection with a parade at the Paris Tennis Club. A French heritage with a future perspective.
Ghesquiére merges different periods in the creations shown in Paris for next season fall winter 2020. This is the Nicolas we all like.
Comme des Garçons has just presented another Nike shoe reinterpreted by the firm. It’s the turn of Air Force 1, one of the most reissued silhouettes.
Is it possible that Vetements is taking fashion seriously at last? May Demna’s exit be the beginning of more mature collections and less shrill ones?
As the last show of the week, 1017 ALYX 9SM completes the four-city relay of the men’s clothing season. FW20 is a further example of Williams’ inclination towards…
Kenzo has presented a new logo that seeks to “write a new chapter in its history” with the arrival of Felipe Oliveira Baptista.
Virgil Abloh’s Milan-based Off-White brand has presented their new FW 2020 men’s collection in Paris fashion week.
The designer will launch eight styles with sportswear influence, designed and manufactured independently by him for FW20.
Chanel brought them to Le Grand Palais for a gorgeous show for their Spring 2020 collection.
Nicolas Ghesquière returns to the roots of Paris and brings a high society that expresses itself through a new Belle Époque.
Every time we see Vivienne’s pieces on a runway we know something’s going on. She is the whip of the industry and always goes deeper.
A new step forward for Lacoste that continues to consolidate its bet on the high-end without losing an iota of its essence. Undoubtedly one of the best collections of this PFW.
The rarity of this collection comes two weeks after Gvasalia announced he was resigning Vetements, the brand she founded with her brother Gurum four years ago.
Rick Owens SS20, his best collection, takes us into a futuristic fairy tale whose ending has not been happy even for the designer himself.