There’s been much about the marriage of fashion and fine art at the Paris Fashion Week Menswear, the first purely online season in the history of menswear. Fashion's distance from fine art has rarely looked shorter.
Louis Vuitton unveiled its latest menswear on Friday afternoon; a video that began in its historic Asnières workshop north of Paris, even as the house promised to take the collection on the road – all the way to China.
Finally, after a three-day digital Paris haute couture season of far too few clothes, the menswear season opened in the French capital on Thursday with oodles of stimulating new fashion, and a great debut by EGONlab.
Day three of the first ever entirely digital French haute couture week began not with the unveiling of a collection but with a teaser from Maison Margiela, summing up the most puzzling Paris in memory.
Day two of Paris haute couture featured 11 brands on the calendar, opening with gutsy retro chic by Chanel, but most couturiers, with far less resources, showed contemplative clothes, created quietly during confinement.
Maria Grazia Chiuri unveiled her latest haute couture collection for Christian Dior on Monday afternoon in a remarkably beautiful film that seems destined to become an instant classic work of surrealist cinema.
The Paris haute couture collections, to most fashion aficionados the ultimate expression of creative fashion, debuts in Paris on Monday morning, with the first digital season in the world’s greatest fashion capital.
The three stripes brand and the NGO Parley for the Oceans are celebrating the fifth anniversary of their partnership with several initiatives to limit marine pollution and put an end to the global plastic crisis.
To support Black people working in fashion and beauty, the council will form an equality index score that will provide benchmarking around corporate policies and practices pertinent to the inclusivity of Black employees.