When fashion reconciles luxury and the environment
A marketing pitch that has now become a must, today sustainability is the watchword of luxury brands in search of new credibility. Faced with ever-more demanding buyers when it comes to respect for the environment, luxury groups and houses are rethinking their position with a series of concrete measures affecting, among other things, the materials used in their clothing and accessories collections.
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50 years of fashion through the eyes of Jean-Paul Gaultier
It’s only a “bye for now”. Or almost. At the age of 67, the fashion designer Jean-Paul Gaultier presented his last haute couture show at the most recent Paris Fashion Week. It was an opportunity for the bad boy of French fashion to celebrate 50 years of fabulous creations with his indomitable party spirit.
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THE MEN OF PARIS FASHION WEEK
Men’s Fashion Week has just come to a close and our key takeaway is the following: the men’s wardrobe will be playful with an imaginative note. A pronounced touch of humour marked the men’s designers, who approached the season with narrative motifs, lots of pets and colour teamed with shine.
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Hed Mayner, the designer to keep an eye out for at Paris Fashion Week
The winner of the Karl Lagerfeld Prize at the latest LVMH Prize awards, the young designer of Israeli descent presented his first official collection at the start of this year, blending urban minimalism with neo-oriental inspirations.
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FOCUS ON BOTTEGA VENETA’S NEW IMAGE
Daniel Lee has been delighting and surprising the fashion sphere with Bottega Veneta’s new image for just over a year now. Appointed creative director following on from Tomas Maier after 17 years, Daniel Lee has met the challenge with flying colours, successfully reviving the house.
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THE BRANDS THAT WE’LL BE FOLLOWING THIS SUMMER
Winter is far from over and we’re already thinking about the looks that we’ll be wearing this summer… But what are the brands to follow to create the perfect look? Discover our teams’ favourite selections for next summer
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THE RELAUNCH OF THE MAISON PATOU
After Carven and Lanvin, it’s the turn of Patou to begin its revival. An iconic haute couture house created at the turn of the 20th century that continues to be remembered for its fragrance, it was closed in 1987. In a nostalgic move in line with this renaissance trend, the luxury giant LVMH acquired the label in 2018.
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Baptiste Pradeau, valedictorian and graduate of Studio Berçot
With an aesthetic in tune with the times, Baptiste Pradeau expresses his different creative talents, designing impactful accessories and innovative total looks. Here’s his story.
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ESMOD Seoul's international show and 2019 graduation show
To mark its 30th anniversary, ESMOD Seoul fashion school organised two fashion shows on 5 December: one for the ESMOD international group and one celebrating the end-of-year diplomas for ESMOD Seoul students.
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Fashion Pact: when fashion makes an environmental commitment
François-Henri Pinault presented his Fashion Pact at the most recent G7 summit. Supported by over 140 signatories, the head of the Kering group suggests concrete ways to minimise the damage to the environment caused by the textile sector.
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