Ever since it opened during last month fashionistas, fans and tourists have chorused that the retrospective Thierry Mugler: Couturissime inside the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris is essential viewing.
No one could accuse Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquièreof lacking imagination. He packs more ideas into one look that some designers instill into a whole collection. Even if climate protestors clearly couldn’t care less.
On Monday, with a film directed by Olivier Dahan, the Parisian label unveiled a bumper collection full of ideas, celebrating youth caught between the yearning for enjoyment and the challenges that await it today.
Self-editing, a talent few designers are blessed with, which is why they employ stylists to help hone their visions, was the key to the latest Miu Miu collection staged Tuesday, the final day of Paris Fashion Week.
All the world’s a red carpet, and nowhere more so than at Paris Fashion Week, where Balenciaga staged a runway show that took place, well, on a red carpet. Before the premiere of a Balenciaga meets The Simpsons episode.
A major injection of hipness into Hermès this season, and all the better for it. Almost as if the Hermès lady had moved to a loft in Brooklyn or an art gallery in Hackney, or was working on a novel in Ostiense, in Rome.
On the fashion week's fourth day, Paris found itself divided between an increasingly naturalistic approach to fashion, as shown by Chloé, and a more conceptual dimension, notably expressed by Raf Simons.
Saint Laurent reconnected with the opulence of Paris Fashion Week at its show on Tuesday evening, revealing a sumptuous collection allowing women to oscillate between chic exuberance and radical freedom.