We played Demna Gvasalia’s video game for Balenciaga’s fall 2021 collection: Here’s how it went.
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Chanel built its own version of the Hollywood sign in the Grand Palais.
If your life is the stuff of fairy tales or legends, the Lebanese couturier offered the perfect wardrobe, inspired by a Mexican castle.
t Skeletal metal headdresses, basques and crinolines shaped Sébastien Meunier’s flowing silhouettes
Felipe Oliveira Baptista, a Portuguese fashion designer debut fall collection for Kenzo was about hunger for new experiences. However, the idea of shelter came hand-in-hand.
Hedi Slimane once again passion for the dress codes to the Seventies in homage to the chic bourgeoisie and the rock dandy.
The Haute bourgeoisie look is for everyone, no matter the colour of their skin, or where they came from.
Olivier Theyskens decided to focus on his basics: hook-and-eye details, satin minidresses and a lot of blacks.
Andrew Gn is a brilliant colourist, he wove an anecdote of uncomplicated however lavishly embellish dressing inspired by myths and folk tales
Rei Kawakubo a Japanese fashion designer quarried a fertile world her own.
Miuccia Prada’s turning her show venue into a theatre with plush patterned carpeting, red velvet seats and rose-tinted columns, her collection that was a reminder of “charm as positivity,”
Working in Piet Mondrian’s exacting jargon of essential hues, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski made a standard for a Hermès closet.
Nicolas Ghesquière French fashion designer’s show at the Louver was set against an amazing scene vivant of 200 characters sartorial in historical costumes.
Maria Grazia Chiuri has used her runways to amplify feminist discourse, but this show resonated more powerfully than a number of the others. There was a bit of a Seventies mood
Givenchy collection with an assertive graphic verve. Black, white, and red were its dominant colours, with motifs that included dots, checks, preppy rugby stripes, and La Rocca’s giant apostrophes.