The opening day of Paris haute couture week ended with three experienced designers -- Giambattista Valli, Julie de Libran and Olivier Theyskens at Azzaro -- showing collections that captured the couture's energy.
Bowing to the inevitable restrictions imposed by the latest Covid lockdown in France, Chanel has decided to hold its next Métiers d’Art show - originally scheduled for December 1 - behind closed doors.
Few designers in history have been as written about as Coco Chanel, founder of the single largest luxury fashion house in the world. She is the subject of the retrospective opening Wednesday night in Paris.
Talk about a concise couture concept. Chanel unveiled its latest haute couture collection on Tuesday online, a stylish video that referenced the legendary Paris nightclub Le Palace in just one minute and 22 seconds.
Chanel couturier Virginie Viard went back to the roots of the house for inspiration this couture season, back before Coco imagined she would be a designer – all the way to her convent school deep in rural France.
Few luxury brands have been as quietly busy as Chanel, which has strategically bought stakes in three new businesses and, just this week, unveiled the structure of its new center for artisanal excellence, called 19M.
The Hyères Festival 2019 has named Chloé's creative director and the jewellery designer as the presidents of its fashion and accessories juries, respectively, while Craig McDean will lead the photography jury.