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.
Jean Touitou, the founder of cool and quirky Paris brand A.P.C., has issued a long open letter to the fashion industry, defending calling off his Paris runway show in March and calling for a great sense of community.
It is hard to imagine a more venerable luxury brand than Cartier, which has a reputation for artisanal excellence second to none. Yet, the majority of its audience is that lodestone of modern marketing, millennials.
Some two weeks into the fashion season, designers who truly understand the concept of avant garde tailoring and a certain insurrectionary air, albeit with a hopeful tinge, dominated the past two days in Paris.
A finalist of the LVMH Prize, the Taiwanese designer showcased a flamboyant men's collection for his Paris debut on Thursday. Rich in street and sportswear, the focus was cycling and his Asian heritage.
Paris Menswear Season opens Wednesday with five days of catwalk excitement, and five new debutants on the official calendar, with the capital in an optimistic mood following the victory Emmanuel Macron and his new party.
Nike has opened another high-tech flagship, this time in Moscow, part of its effort to create a stronger customer experience through personalization and activity zones and link its digital and physical store platforms.