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THE CELINE GIRL IS BOURGEOIS, NO MATTER HOW SHE TRIES TO REBEL

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

Last season, Hedi Slimane‘s Celine was about the Parisian, bourgeois woman. For spring-summer 2020, it’s about her daughter, who wears nothing else but denim, dreams of Woodstock and eventually takes part in street protests. But still, she’s bourgeois, no matter how she tries to rebel. Slimane doesn’t overstrain himself. His collection is again a 1:1 version of Celine’s 1970s […]

BRUNO SIALELLI IS THE GOOD LANVIN PATH TO FOLLOW

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It’s Bruno Sialelli’s second season at Lanvin. And it’s really not the easiest Maison to design for, especially after the so idiosyncratic Alber Elbaz era and the last couple of turbulent years related to the label’s ownership and direction. And add up to all this Jeanne Lanvin, the founder of the brand, who left behind a vast archive. […]

FLORALS AND GEOMETRIC CONSTRUCTIONS AT LOUIS VUITTON

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It’s Virgil Abloh‘s third season at men’s Louis Vuitton, and probably his best. For the spring-summer 2020 show, the brand held it in the real-life, cobbled streets and cafes of the Place Dauphine. The audience sat under trees on Louis Vuitton park benches or sipped a glass of champagne at outdoor tables. The view? A collection of easy, big […]