An intense men’s fashion week starts in Paris on Tuesday, with the ‘Karl for Ever’ event and 60 catwalk shows, including rookie labels Bode, Phipps, Ludovic de Saint Sernin and Sies Marjan, and Balmain’s gig-show.
Karl Lagerfeld's successor chose a travel theme and a Belle Epoque railway station setting, beneath the majestic skylight of Paris’s Grand Palais, to present a 2019-20 cruise collection that was both classic and modern.
French luxury group LVMH has revealed a diverse selection of labels as the eight finalists for the sixth edition of its Young Fashion Designer Prize. The winning brand will be announced in Paris this June.
Having named Doublet and Rokh as its winners in 2018, the luxury group has opened applications for the sixth edition of its competition dedicated to young designers. Candidates can apply until 4 February, 2019.
Two months after the departure of Josep Font, Delpozo is believed to have found a successor. German designer Lutz Huelle has become the Spanish prêt-à-couture brand’s new creative director, according to sources.
The Italian menswear trade show has chosen Glenn Martens' Y/Project as the guest of honour for its next January edition. The label will therefore be showing in Florence this season, and not its hometown Paris.