Not even a year and a half after Jean Paul Gaultier bid farewell to the catwalks, the house he founded will relaunch into ready-to-wear with a collab collection with five designers including Ottolinger and Palomo Spain.
The Federation de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM), French fashion’s governing body, has released the show calendar for the next haute couture season in Paris, and despite the pandemic it’s going to be a busy week.
Just when you thought that people were beginning to forget about Colette, along comes Colette Mon Amour, the most hagiographic documentary imaginable - about the famed Parisian boutique that is, not the French writer.
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.
Japanese designer Chitose Abe has surrounded herself with her loved ones to pose as models on her brand Sacai’s new e-commerce store. The site launched in Japan on June 19 and will launch for the global market in July.
A number of collections on show at Paris Fashion Week on Monday focused on sophisticated silhouettes decorated with jewels, with houses such as Sacai, Y/Project and Giambattista Valli sending out adaptable evening gowns.
Men's fashion was hybrid at Sacai, rebellious and romantic at Dunhill, oscillating between past and future at Acné Studios, strength and fragility at Ludovic de Saint Sernin, and sportswear and couture at Pigalle.