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Fall-Winter 2017 Trends (part 2)

Apr 25, 17 Fall-Winter 2017 Trends (part 2)

Writings on T-shirts and sweatshirts, so popular on New York and London catwalks of the past weeks, are considered by Parisian designers a passing trend. “Strong messages”, deliberately political or calling for inter-gender equality and the rights of various minorities, along with deconstructionism, gradually give way to...

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Fall-Winter 2017 Trends (part 1)

Apr 12, 17 Fall-Winter 2017 Trends (part 1)

While New York and London are experiencing a real boom of the new Deconstructivism wave, revived by Demna Gvasalia in the capital of world fashion a few seasons ago, Parisian couturiers, having played enough with the oversize, asymmetry and androgyny, are returning to more traditional canons of design. Traditional, but with an eye...

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8 things to remember from SS2017 fashion week (part 2)

Nov 01, 16 8 things to remember from SS2017 fashion week (part 2)

5. The week in numbers. Fashion “week” in Paris for a long time does not fit into the calendar one. This year fall shows stretched to almost 9 days. There are in average 10 catwalks a day. They start at 10 am and run every hour until 9 pm. The average delay of the show start is half an hour (punctuality is not praised in...

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8 things to remember from SS2017 fashion week (part 1)

Oct 26, 16 8 things to remember from SS2017 fashion week (part 1)

1. Designer of the week. Maria Grazia Chiuri became the new creative director of the legendary Christian Dior. For this honorary assignment the Italian broke her duo with Pierpaolo Piccioli, leaving him alone to work at Valentino. The name of Chiuri will be listed in the history as the first woman to head the Fashion House from 30,...

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FW2016 Paris Trends

Mar 17, 16 FW2016 Paris Trends

“Fashion is dead. Long live the clothes!”- Maybe that would be the slogan with which the fall-winter season 2016-2017 of the Parisian prêt-à-porter week will go into the history of fashion. Brand “Vetements” (“Clothing” in French), a group of young designers led by Demna Gvasalia, turned the street...

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SS2016 Paris Trends

Nov 02, 15 SS2016 Paris Trends

The main and unconditional trend of the next summer, on which this time agreed all four fashion capitals, is shoulders. Designers unanimously proclaimed open shoulders as a new décolleté. Variations of this theme can be found in virtually every spring-summer collection, with the exception of Rick Owens, who went his own, obscure...

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FW2015 Paris Trends

Mar 28, 15 FW2015 Paris Trends

In an interview with Tim Blanks from style.com during the ready-to-wear fashion week in New York the permanent editor in chief of American Vogue Anna Wintour said that the word «trend» for her has become «dirty». Let us decipher straight away the message, which wanted to convey to us the most influential figure of the gloss...

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Serkan Cura: a self-made fashion designer

Nov 28, 14 Serkan Cura: a self-made fashion designer

The world of fashion is a unique world and get accepted to it one must possess a remarkable talent and put a lot of effort. And at the last Haute Couture fashion week we have discovered a young and very gifted designer we want to tell you about. Serkan Cure is a designer that “made himself”. In addition to his professional...

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SS2015 Paris Trends

Nov 01, 14 SS2015 Paris Trends

Paris as usually sets the tone in the global fashion arena. Culminated in the French capital the prêt-à-porter week outlined the main inspirations of the next summer. And since the principle of “get ready your sledge in summer, and your summer wardrobe in winter” still relevant, I suggest, by reviewing the trends in...

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Jean Paul Gaultier. L`enfant terrible de la mode

Oct 20, 14 Jean Paul Gaultier. L`enfant terrible de la mode

In spring of 1952 (April 24) in the Parisian suburb of Arqueil in a completely normal family was born a perfectly normal boy. His parents did not belong to an aristocratic class: his father was an accountant and his mother – a salesperson. Jean Paul spent a lot of time with his grandmother, who later became his “guide to...

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