Giambattista Valli presented Spring Summer 2019 Haute Couture collection at the Beaubourg Centre (Centre Pompidou) on a podium adorned with sequins. A modern collection with a young and short silhouette reflects a trendy couture. Valli highlights the atelier’s expertise but at the same time, he revisits the codes […]
With the Dior Spring Summer 2019 Haute Couture show, Maria Grazia Chiuri offered one jaw-dropper after the next. As if the circus tent setting and the gravity-defying performances by Mimbre acrobats weren’t already enough, she took the circus theme and combined it with the best of the House’s savoir-faire, sending out […]
Fendi’s Spring Summer 2019 collection delights in the symmetries of the natural world entwined in an urban jungle, where the pragmatic and the exotic combine. Utilitarian romance abounds in a mineral palette of sage, cognac, burgundy, tangerine, optic white, denim, and sand. The intricacies are revealed through-looking glass transparency. […]
Phillip Lim‘s Spring Summer 2019 collection is inspired by the Berber people with a touch of the sixties to give a retro-futuristic vibe. The collection features fringed dresses and tops, made from Berber fabrics give way to metallic mesh with curved crop tops which are detached from the rest […]
Held at the Royal Institute of British Architects, the luxury Spanish label Delpozo made its London debut with a rainbow of azure blue, canary yellow and a whole symphony of pinks: watermelon, pesto-bismol, raspberry and neon. With Josep Font’s architectural background, it was the location to bring nature […]
London fashion designer duo Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi celebrated strong women with their Fall 2018 collection, inspired by Korea’s female Haenyeo divers, some of whom are in their 80s. “They dive for octopus and squid; they are the main bread-winners,” said Bregazzi, “the men stay at home and look after the […]
Stella McCartney delivered her signature masculine-feminine mix with an added shot of sophistication.
Riccardo Tisci sent out an incredible collection of gothic yet romantic pieces. There were dresses with subtle crosses sewn on the chest, stunning corseted coats, tailcoats, and lush velvet dresses. The latter category’s winning look was a sapphire blue dress with an openwork bodice.
The ’70s trend is a natural fit on the Chloé runway, and Clare Waight Keller did it justice. The patchwork pieces that came in a cape-like knit sweater and matching skirt, or done as a long velvet dress, stood out.