The menswear season in Paris boasts literally scores of nationalities, and plenty of designers who concentrate on wearable clothes with a twist, and a point of view. We look at four who summed up the impressive range.
The Festival d’Hyères - the most noted award for young fashion talent on the continent - has been postponed until the second half of October; the latest major fashion event called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two contrasting styles did battle on the Parisian catwalks on Friday. One side was all about comfortable fashion with generous volumes, while the other made everything hyper-feminine, ultra-short and skintight.
Irish designer Jonathan Anderson, founder of the JW Anderson label and the creative director of Loewe, will chair the fashion competition’s jury at the 35th edition of the Hyères International Fashion Festival.
The Paris menswear week is starting on Tuesday in a city still disrupted by strikes. The official calendar features 53 Fall/Winter 2020-21 shows, with another 20 scheduled off-calendar - an unprecedented number.
54 fashion houses will show in Paris between 14 and 19 January. Although Celine may be sitting this one out, five new brands will be stopping by for the first time, while Jacquemus and Givenchy are making their return.