Tag Archives: SS18

PARIS FASHION WEEK: MULBERRY

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Archetypes of Englishness inspire the Mulberry Spring Summer 2018 collection – Edwardiana, Ascot Ladies’ Day, garden parties, the great tradition of tea in fine bone china. Pastimes from another time, to inspire a collection for the present. “It’s about British culture, English culture,” says Mulberry Creative Director Johnny Coca. “I’ve visited houses in England with […]

PANTONE LISTS 12 LEADING SPRING 2018 COLOURS

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Think yellow. That’s the key shade for next season, according to Pantone’s Fashion Color Trend Spring 2018 Report. And with self-expression continuing to dominate fashion, the report is gender neutral and multifaceted to the tune of 12 colors, instead of the typical 10, with many unexpected colors making the list, according to Pantone Color Institute executive director Leatrice […]

PARIS FASHION WEEK: LOUIS VUITTON

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Nicolas Ghesquiere wondered, what it’s like when groups of tourists in their sweatpants and sneakers storm the corridors of Louvre, which is filled with some of the biggest masterpieces of the previous centuries, from Mona Lisa to the Dutch masters. That’s quite a striking contrast, right? But contrast is Ghesquiere’s favourite field to discuss in his […]

PARIS FASHION WEEK: THOM BROWNE

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Thom Browne‘s debut womenswear show in Paris suggests one thing: sometimes, one collection is better than dozens of other designer line-ups and for me, he won over every single designer in Paris. With his unique, artistic sensitivity for couture-ish ready-to-wear, Browne’s collections are not just about fancy dresses – they are entire spectacles, modern-day fairy-tales. […]