RAFRaf Simons is relief. He has just been appointed as new creativ director of Calvin Klein and will start on August 2: strange, the date of birth of Jorge Rafaél Videla.

Anyway, the Calvin Klein-Raf Simons thriller finally has an ending. After months of rumors and waiting, the Belgian designer will enter the U.S. company headquartered on 7th Avenue in New York.

Calvin Klein is undergoing a big transformation and will receive a troop of new designers to replace the old team, which was abruptly dismissed just a few days before the arrival of Raf Simons as he wants to revamp the brand. Continue reading


iiorRihanna has collaborated with Dior on a new sunglassess collection, simply entitled, Rihanna. The singer, who is already a brand ambassador for the French fashion house, has already been spotted sporting a pair from the futuristic-inspired collection which she promptly shared on her Instagram account this week.

You’re going to need to save your pennies to be able to afford the Dior shades from the singer. Continue reading


RUMEURtWill Nicolas Ghesquière leave LVMH group ? After the rumor-mill made a buzz claiming that Nicolas Ghesquière has been chosen to be the new Creative Director of St Laurent ?

Which are the true rumors in the fashion industry? It is said that the French Couture Federation will have a new President next year. Among other rumors it seems that Adeline André will retire in 2018. It is also said that Hermès will be acquired by a French luxury group.

According to the Paris City Hall, Rue St Honoré will be transformed in a pedestrian way to enable rich tourists to do shopping quietly. The only car which will be authorized to circulate rue du Faubourg St-Honoré will be the Rolls Phantom of Karl Lagerfeld. Continue reading


canalkomaWho is David Komas ?  David Koma (stylized as DΛVID KOMΛ) is a Georgian fashion designer based in London. He graduated in 2009 with a distinction in MA Fashion from Central Saint Martins School after studying and completing his BA in Fashion Womenswear in 2007.

He showcased his first collection at the age of 15 after studying Fine Art in Saint Petersburg. He, for his SS11 collection at London Fashion Week, received a BFC Newgen Catwalk sponsorship. Then Koma was the Vauxhall Fashion Scout’s Merit Award winner 2009.

In December 2013, House of Thierry Mugler announced that David Koma is the new artistic director. He replaced Nicola Formichetti. See the resort collection of Koma in 2017.


acquaHeaded by Interparfums, Rochas has just announced that Alessandro Dell’Acqua, who joined Rochas in 2013, will remain the artistic director of women’s fashion for the luxury womenswear brand. He previously worked for Italien labels such as Brioni, Malo and La Perla.

Alessandro Dell’Acqua launched his eponym brand in 1996, which became N21 in 2010 after loosing the operating rights to his name.

In 2015, Interparfums bought Rochas for 102 millions euros from Procter & Gamble. The specialists in the development and distribution of Continue reading


WEARENICEToday, every independent Journalist is aware of the danger it may encounters because freedom and democracy are threatened. Today’s tragedy reminds us that even in Nice as everywhere in the world we are in danger.

We express our indignation and our solidarity with people of ‘Nice’ on the French Riviera. We raise our voice, even if it is broken. In solidarity, we will not publish today.



bonbon2The Dutch fashion designer duo has unveiled a new addition to its “Bonbon” fragrance line, with a “haute couture” inspired reinterpretation of the Viktor & Rolf scent. The Eau de Parfum is due out in August 2016.

Two years after launching its gourmand fragrance, “Bonbon,” Dutch designers Viktor & Rolf have reinterpreted the scent — as well as its bottle — in a haute couture version.

Between elegance and glamour, “Bonbon Couture” is directly inspired by the label’s haute couture creations, which generally bear the brand’s iconic bow — a Viktor & Rolf signature. It’s therefore no surprise to see the scent revisit the bow with new proportions. Continue reading


GraziaChiuri2Dior has confirmed, what we announced a few weeks ago, the appointment of Maria Grazia Chiuri as the new creative director for Dior.

To have the creative eyes of a woman at Dior’s is vital” said Sydney Toledano. “We talked a lot about women today, and how women will change the world. She really has a fantastic understanding and an international experience.”

Starting next week, Chiuri will run women’s haute couture, ready-to-wear and accessory collections. Her first collection with the French label will be launched in Spring 2017 ready-to-wear, which is set to show on September 30. Her first couture collection with Dior will be in January, kicking off the brand’s 70th anniversary. Continue reading


julienFourniéCANALEach dress arouses an emotion that runs through my mind and my body. At each passage of each dress, I have a tremor in my dorsal spine that puts me in a trance.

Spectators, so surprised by the beauty of the dresses, loudly applaud; which is rare in fashion shows. At each new dress you think this is going to stop and yet outstanding new one does not cease to appear : each time a little more stunning and a little more magical. Continue reading


GUOPEICANALLIXEGuo Pei has chosen the Residence of Catherine Medicis for the presentation of her second fashion collection in Paris. What an inheritage! Will Guo Pei become the new brand of the Kering Group?

Tonight, la Bourse du Commerce, the future Pinault foundation, has served as a showcase for the fans of the Chinese and her thousand couture extravagances.

We attended to a France tour of those 80 last years. From “La Garçonne” of the 1930’s, “La Goulu” of the Moulin Rouge ranging to dresses adopting Christian Dior’s style, Guo Pei shows us that she has well understood the code of the French couture. Every Guo Pei’s wink shows us that she is able to tickle the most famous French designers at least those who are still remaining. Continue reading


keringLuxury goods group Kering was ordered on Wednesday to pay $13 million to the fashion designer Hedi Slimane.

For a few years Slimane had been working for Kering’s Yves Saint Laurent brand, and designed clothes for singer songwriter David Bowie and actor Brad Pitt among others.  He brought the case after his employer did not apply a non-compete clause that was in his contract when they parted company in April.

Slimane argued that the clause should have been applied, along with associated financial compensation. “We won,” said the lawyer. “I’m happy because this its a natural outcome. The contract terms were absolutely clear.” Kering said it would appeal. Continue reading


ladydiorIn 1995, Bernadette Chirac wished to give Princess Diana a unique handbag on the occasion of her visit to Paris. When France’s first lady contacted Dior in her search for such a bag, the House offered her a model unofficially named Chouchou at the time. It was officially rechristened Princesse in the short term.

The bag, black in color, was presented to the former Lady Diana at the inauguration of the Cézanne exhibition at the Grand Palais. It was then often photographed carried by Diana at public events: she had it with her in Birmingham during an official visit; again a few weeks later during a stay in Argentina; then on several further occasions.

It was soon being described as “iconic” and “legendary”. Dior was launched in larger series, with its name changed to Lady Dior. Continue reading


SEAN SUENThis the best of Paris Men Fashion Week 2016. The Chinese fashion designer Sean Suen is the most promising men fashion designer in the world in 2016.

Sean Suen believes that the future of menswear design emphasizes on textile development and multi-textile manipulation. Therefore, in his 2014 Spring/Summer menswear collection, he takes a bold approach to the use of fabric and textile. For instance, he uses industrial textile in ready-to-wear pieces and he puts the most unexpected textile together in one look. Such approach can be also seen as his attempt to break free from the gloomy reality.

In his 2016 Spring Summer menswear collection, he chooses to mix European style with chineses style which makes his presentation outstanding and reveals a new handsome men. We love it.