Tag Archives: SS18

PARIS FASHION WEEK: BALENCIAGA

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Demna Gvasalia and irony are two synonyms – and you know what I mean, if you’ve seen at least two Vetements collections in your life.  This season, Gvasalia wanted to do more of ‘him’ (that we know from the Zurich-based fashion collective) than dig into the Balenciaga archive. Less Cristobal, more wit and edge, but still with a strong, technical […]

PARIS FASHION WEEK: BACKSTAGE AT NINA RICCI

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Backstage view: welcome to Nina Ricci Spring 2018 by Guillaume Henry. The legionnaire is relaxed with an allure that is natural and self-assured. Over all the collection was exuberant full of partywear for women allergic to the typical evening dress code that pervades elsewhere in Paris. 

PARIS FASHION WEEK: CARVEN

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It is safe to ask the question, who is the Carven girl? Her identity had its down moments lately and that comes after a true result of poor creative direction. The last time Carven sparked sensation was when Guillaume Henry -now the current designer at Nina Ricci – injected youthful chic into the historic, but not […]

PARIS FASHION WEEK: DRIES VAN NOTEN

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Dries Van Noten is the designer that had a lot of reasons to celebrate lately: from his very successful 100th collection to ‘Dries’, a documentary that in-depth looks at his work, In other words, the world’s eyes were completely on him. But for spring-summer 2018, Van Noten visibly decided to take a break and lean on his well-known […]