It was a season of socially distanced presentations in Paris. With scores of events on an appointments basis. Designers presenting ideas to editors and buyers, and in the pandemic often harking back to their youth.
The Toronto-based department store operator announced on Thursday that it is teaming up with Canadian designer platform Inland in order to offer apparel, accessories and jewelry from emerging national and BIPOC brands.
Under the continued shadow of Covid-19, brands seek new ways to launch their collections. Acne Studios took advantage of its smaller audience and presented an experimental, fresh collection through an art installation.
After stepping in as head of Reebok Studies last year, the Haitian-American designer is now taking over creative direction for the whole brand, as well as joining the Adidas-owned label's leadership team.
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.
Ninja survivalist fashion from Marine Serre, in a wonderful video shot in giant clouds of mist and never-ending space and featuring many characters of indeterminate sex. Paris Fashion Week never ceases to surprise.
Good to see Christelle Kocher back to doing what she does best – blending athletic sportswear with French street couture in an outdoor show at the Buttes-Chaumont, a fantastic park in northeastern Paris.
One cannot fault Dunhill’s designer Mark Weston for lack of ambition. He paired very disparate cultures and concepts in his latest show – from Japanese 90s design to British tailoring to inside out fabrication.