January 2017 : The men's in pole position !

The men opens the year’s fashion festivities with London fashion week and the return of Vivienne Westwood who will present the men and the women’s simultaneously. Craig Greens’s collection, also greatly anticipated, a new in vogue designer who received the British Fashion Award last December in the best designer of men’s fashion category and another designer to follow, Wales Bonner, winner of the LMVH prize. Burberry and its artistic director Christopher Bailey, a “see now buy now” enthusiast will present the men and women’s in February and thus will be absent during the masculine fashion week in London.In Milan : to note the return of the Moschino house. Jeremy Scott has for 3 years put the label into the spotlight with an explosive and uninhibited fashion, we are expecting the same euphoria for the men’s.Also to follow the collection of Cédric Charlier who arrives in the capital Lombard. Alessandro Sartori’s first collection that returns at Ermenegildo Zegna. We will wait for February to see the Gucci and Bottega Veneta collections, 2 houses which chose to present the men and the women’s at the same time, during the women fashion weeks. In Paris : Paul Smith will also come to France in order to present the men and women’s on the same catwalk. As well as Kenzo who chose the month of January, for a mixed catwalk.We are waiting for the return of the label Cerruti, with a new creator at its head, Jason Basmajian, who also officiated at Armani, Calvin Klein and Gieves & Hawkes. And with great interest, we will follow the Valentino collection by Pier Paolo Piccioli, alone in command and the first of the Haider Ackermann designers at Berluti.Calvin Klein, absent from the catwalks in January, will make his entrance on the New York catwalks with an anticipated show signed by Raf Simons, he will also mix the men and the women, a trend which is affirming itself more and more. Music free of right : Bandit & Nikit

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