REVIEW | All I Want For Christmas: JPG
REVIEW | MAISON MARGIELA'S DYSTOPIAN NEO-GLAMOUR
By Elisabeta Tudor
Ever since he arrived at the helm of the Maison, John Galliano has been pairing Margiela's...
By Elisabeta Tudor
Ever since he arrived at the helm of the Maison, John Galliano has been pairing Margiela's eclectic DNA with a more glamorous and experimental touch, bringing the Maison's deconstructivist signature style and trompe l'oeil aesthetics to another level. Maison Margiela Artisanal - Photo by...
Ever since he arrived at the helm of the Maison, John Galliano has been pairing Margiela's eclectic DNA with a more glamorous and experimental touch, bringing the Maison's deconstructivist signature style and trompe l'oeil aesthetics to another level. Maison Margiela Artisanal - Photo by Valerio Mezzanotti This time around, Galliano explored this neo-glamorous style a tad further and...
TREND ALERT | Feather Flourishes
By Jessica Bumpus
It can be hard, for obvious reasons, to take trend notes from the couture shows. Nothing about...
By Jessica Bumpus
It can be hard, for obvious reasons, to take trend notes from the couture shows. Nothing about them should really ever be a trend; such is the work and craft, time and dedication and skill that goes into what is on the catwalks. Granted, some say it better than others – but if you are looking for...
It can be hard, for obvious reasons, to take trend notes from the couture shows. Nothing about them should really ever be a trend; such is the work and craft, time and dedication and skill that goes into what is on the catwalks. Granted, some say it better than others – but if you are looking for a hint of couture drama about your wardrobe then this season's offerings are putting feathers tops...
DIOR & CHANEL: BRINGING THE PAST INTO THE RUNWAY PRESENT
By Jessica Bumpus
If you didn't have a ticket to the autumn/winter 2017 Christian Dior couture show this season, no...
By Jessica Bumpus
If you didn't have a ticket to the autumn/winter 2017 Christian Dior couture show this season, no matter: there's a pretty great and substantial Dior show going on all by itself at Les Arts Decoratifs right now to celebrate 70 years of the house that has come to define more than one moment in...
If you didn't have a ticket to the autumn/winter 2017 Christian Dior couture show this season, no matter: there's a pretty great and substantial Dior show going on all by itself at Les Arts Decoratifs right now to celebrate 70 years of the house that has come to define more than one moment in fashion. A wander through the archives, this could be more like twelve exhibitions in one: rejoice we...
REVIEW | Schiaparelli's Neo Bohemian
By Elisabeta Tudor
As usual, Schiaparelli is one of Paris' must-see Haute Couture shows. Acquired by the Della...
By Elisabeta Tudor
As usual, Schiaparelli is one of Paris' must-see Haute Couture shows. Acquired by the Della Valle Group in 2006, the iconic brand founded by the early 20th century fashion icon Elsa Schiaparelli was relaunched with Marco Zanini at its helm and presented his first collection in Paris for the...
As usual, Schiaparelli is one of Paris' must-see Haute Couture shows. Acquired by the Della Valle Group in 2006, the iconic brand founded by the early 20th century fashion icon Elsa Schiaparelli was relaunched with Marco Zanini at its helm and presented his first collection in Paris for the Spring 2014 Haute Couture season. Schiaparelli Couture - Photo by Gio Staino for...
INTERVIEW | The Balancing Act at Azzaro
By Jessica Bumpus
Backstage and there was a lot of shimmer and shine and little shimmying dresses; plunge fronts,...
By Jessica Bumpus
Backstage and there was a lot of shimmer and shine and little shimmying dresses; plunge fronts, short skirts, and thigh-skimming boots; shades of navy, claret, and emerald green. A heavy beat beyond the curtain and it was the debut collection from Maxime Simoens for the house of Azzaro, the...
Backstage and there was a lot of shimmer and shine and little shimmying dresses; plunge fronts, short skirts, and thigh-skimming boots; shades of navy, claret, and emerald green. A heavy beat beyond the curtain and it was the debut collection from Maxime Simoens for the house of Azzaro, the latest heritage brand to get an injection of fresh spirit from the French designer who formerly held...
Rodarte Comes To Paris
By Jessica Bumpus
Couture, of late, has become the time and place to show your collection – if you're not a couture...
By Jessica Bumpus
By Jessica Bumpus
Couture, of late, has become the time and place to show your collection – if you're not a couture designer. Following in the footsteps of Vetements who did it previously, California sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy, like Proenza Schouler this morning, brought their Rodarte label to Paris. If there...
Couture, of late, has become the time and place to show your collection – if you're not a couture designer. Following in the footsteps of Vetements who did it previously, California sisters Laura and Kate Mulleavy, like Proenza Schouler this morning, brought their Rodarte label to Paris. If there was any question over whether the city's recent renegade shakeup was on the wane, let this be proof...
INTERVIEW | PROENZA SCHOULER'S PARISIAN ESCAPE
By Elisabeta Tudor
Paris is always a good idea. At least, that's what Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the two...
By Elisabeta Tudor
Paris is always a good idea. At least, that's what Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the two masterminds behind the New York-based brand Proenza Schouler, told themselves when they opted to showcase their Spring/Summer 2018 women's ready-to-wear collection during the Fall/Winter 2017 Haute...
Paris is always a good idea. At least, that's what Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the two masterminds behind the New York-based brand Proenza Schouler, told themselves when they opted to showcase their Spring/Summer 2018 women's ready-to-wear collection during the Fall/Winter 2017 Haute Couture shows in the City of Light. Now, one might wonder why the designer-duo decided to reveal their...
INTERVIEW | Dundas come-back
By Giampietro Baudo - MFFashion
A dream that becomes reality and takes shape in the shadows of the Eiffel Tower today at 6PM....
By Giampietro Baudo - MFFashion
By Giampietro Baudo - MFFashion
A dream that becomes reality and takes shape in the shadows of the Eiffel Tower today at 6PM. Peter Dundas is back. The Norwegian designer, with a history at the helm of Emanuel Ungaro, Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli, returns to the fashion arena with a new brand - Dundas - a carefully...
A dream that becomes reality and takes shape in the shadows of the Eiffel Tower today at 6PM. Peter Dundas is back. The Norwegian designer, with a history at the helm of Emanuel Ungaro, Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli, returns to the fashion arena with a new brand - Dundas - a carefully considered new project with his business partner and life partner, Evangelo Bousis. A project without...
JUNLI Menswear Spring Summer 2018
20 PHOTOS
Alexander McQueen: the Outer Hebrides... not Hawaii
This season menswear designers have been bitten by the travel bug - from tropical prints to talk...
This season menswear designers have been bitten by the travel bug - from tropical prints to talk of far-flung islands, the desire to get away from it all has been totally pervasive on the spring/summer catwalks. At Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton tapped into this hot topic both literally - by...
This season menswear designers have been bitten by the travel bug - from tropical prints to talk of far-flung islands, the desire to get away from it all has been totally pervasive on the spring/summer catwalks. At Alexander McQueen, Sarah Burton tapped into this hot topic both literally - by moving the show from what has been a regular slot on the London Men’s calendar to Paris - and...
Trend Alert | Beach Boys
By Jessica Bumpus
 As if we needed further confirmation that the surf's up next summer, Paul Smith too decided to...
By Jessica Bumpus
By Jessica Bumpus
 As if we needed further confirmation that the surf's up next summer, Paul Smith too decided to take a dip, make a splash, dive right in, plunge into the deep end - et al, et al - for a vibrant collection that put palms and paradise petals and Hawaiian shirts at the top of his customer's shopping...
 As if we needed further confirmation that the surf's up next summer, Paul Smith too decided to take a dip, make a splash, dive right in, plunge into the deep end - et al, et al - for a vibrant collection that put palms and paradise petals and Hawaiian shirts at the top of his customer's shopping list next season. There was no getting away from the beach-scapes on Mod tailoring in vivid magenta...
What The "New Normcore" Trend Says About Our Fashion Industry
By Elisabeta Tudor
For the past few seasons - in an attempt to constantly get close to the "normal guy or gal" - the...
By Elisabeta Tudor
For the past few seasons - in an attempt to constantly get close to the "normal guy or gal" - the luxury and fashion industries have been mimicking, re-appropriating and exoticizing popular lower middle class aesthetics, subcultures, and socio-political statements. As a result, a generation of...
For the past few seasons - in an attempt to constantly get close to the "normal guy or gal" - the luxury and fashion industries have been mimicking, re-appropriating and exoticizing popular lower middle class aesthetics, subcultures, and socio-political statements. As a result, a generation of millennials and fashion's trend focused customers have essentially been tapping into luxury branded...
Balmain: How To Be French
By Jessica Bumpus
Olivier Rousteing delved into his own wardrobe when it came to the spring/summer 2018 Balmain...
By Jessica Bumpus
By Jessica Bumpus
Olivier Rousteing delved into his own wardrobe when it came to the spring/summer 2018 Balmain collection. The looks on the catwalk very much catered to the uniform that has become his own personal signature as opposed to simply the bling and more bling that has become the hallmark of the house....
Olivier Rousteing delved into his own wardrobe when it came to the spring/summer 2018 Balmain collection. The looks on the catwalk very much catered to the uniform that has become his own personal signature as opposed to simply the bling and more bling that has become the hallmark of the house. So we're talking tight black jeans and Cuban heels and a trophy jacket up top, all very much more...
Dior Homme's Midsummer Night's Dream
By Elisabeta Tudor
Today, Kris Van Assche showcased yet another strong sportswear infused, sartorially focused men's...
By Elisabeta Tudor
Today, Kris Van Assche showcased yet another strong sportswear infused, sartorially focused men's collection named 'Latenight Summer' at the Grand Palais in Paris. Here are a few of our favourite moments and need-to-knows from the show: Chic College Boys This time around the mood...
Today, Kris Van Assche showcased yet another strong sportswear infused, sartorially focused men's collection named 'Latenight Summer' at the Grand Palais in Paris. Here are a few of our favourite moments and need-to-knows from the show: Chic College Boys This time around the mood oscillated between late 80s inspired eveningwear and athleisure flavored pieces and accessories. Our...