Always been attracted by the world of fashion, Eric Tibusch reaches Paris at 18 years old, is comming in Corsica island.
Recognizing the talent that lives the young man, Jean Paul Gaultier clear responsibility of his shows abroad. With eight years alongside a major current masters of haute couture, knowledge that Eric Tibusch continue to develop and refine. When he left Jean-Paul Gaultier, Eric Tibusch was offered the leadership of a new development program for Kopenhagen Fur Company in 2005, during which he collaborates with houses like Karl Lagerfeld, John Galliano … Read more »
It may be a truth universally acknowledged that Diane Kruger is the queen of the red carpet, but until now she’s left all of the designing up to her pals (Jason, Karl, Prabal—you know the ones).
That’s about to change, however, as the actress revealed that she is collaborating with her dressmaker BFF Jason Wu on a handbag called—what else?—the “Diane.”
Kruger told “Elle” about the upcoming project, but didn’t reveal much except that she’s “kind of obsessed with it.” Here’s what we do know, however: Wu has a knack for designing the kind of handbags that could make even the schlubbiest of outfits look sophisticated. Combine that with Kruger’s ability to look impeccable at all times (seriously, it’s uncanny!), and the “Diane” is already miles ahead of the competition.
Other than Chanel bags, Diane is clearly a major fan of designer brands and has carried some of the most beautiful accessories over her years in the spotlight. Come to think of it, she might have the most enviable closet of all the celebrities we talk about.
Legendary fashion designer Oscar de la Renta, who spent half a century putting high society in Haute Couture, has died. He was 82. The man — often described as the “sultan of suave” — not only dressed every first lady since Jacqueline Kennedy, but the wedding dresses for many of their children as well, including Jenna Bush and Chelsea Clinton.
“We will always remember him as the man who made women look and feel beautiful,” former first lady Laura Bush said. The cause of his death, announced Monday by close family friends and industry colleagues, was not immediately clear. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2006, but said last year he was “totally clean.”
“The only realities in life are that you are born, and that you die,” he told an audience at New York’s 92Y “Fashion Talks” series in June 2013. “We always think we are going to live forever. The dying aspect we will never accept. The one thing about having this kind of warning is how you appreciate every single day of life.”
Born July 22, 1932, in the Dominican Republic, he was the only son Read more »
Finally, John is back, and this time it’s true ! After a pit stop at Oscar de la Renta, John Galliano is back in fashion at Martin Margiela, to everyone’s surprise. In fact since that announcement, the blogger and social media have asked me the coherance of this nomination. I keep repeating the same thinks (a talented designer can do anything, and a talented designer should be pluridisciplinary), like Karl as photograph, Jean Mouclier at Cartier’s, Serge Mansau as the designer of perfumes but also as sculptor, Franck Sorbier as Couturier and Master of Art, but also creator of dreams.
The equation Margiella-Galliano seems at first sight complicated, but finally, several factors suggest that this is a Read more »
This year for the Spring Summer collection 2015, Olivier Rousteing, Balmain’s creative Director, presented his Ready-to-Wear collection. During the show, the fashionistas of Alexander McQueen quickly noticed that there was the copy of a white women suit presented by Alexander McQueen at his Haute Couture collection for the Spring/Summer collection 1997.
What a shame! That’s probably the reason why Balmain does not invite Canal-Luxe.org at their catwalk. They are surely frightened that we talked about their copies.
Next time which creator will you copy Mr Rousteing? Franck Sorbier? Alexis Mabille?….
Anyway, Canal-Luxe.org will have difficulties to post your photos as we will have limited spaces for the next show. Funny enough, it reminds us your email about limited places.
Between hippie chic and La parisienne fashion victims (pants, mesh robe, pleated tunic) spotted by Roberto cavalier, Emilio Puccini, retro-style for Park Avenue women coat, printed flowers, ascot, top hat and boots, work pretty ggod at Gucci and Max Mara, we can already said the 70 is bach durind the next summer fashion 2015.
In Bailly, Pablo Coppola, the new artistic director also surfs wittily (Elegance long skirt top with sandals) Same Rowena Forrest in a very seventies style, open her boutique in Srt Germain des pres Paris France last week. Even Eric Tibush back from China for the Fashion Week 2015, open many shops in China this year and continue this development, Style from the 1970 vintage, exacly in the flux of trend.
The 1970s fashion, often called the “Me Decade”, began with a continuation of the mini skirts, bell-bottoms, and the androgynous hippie look from the late 1960s and eventually became one of the most iconic decades for fashion ever. And dont forget the top fashion models of the 1970s were Lauren Hutton, Margaux Hemingway, Beverly Johnson, Gia Carangi, Janice Dickinson, Cheryl Tiegs, Jerry Hall, and Iman.
Jimmy Choo was founded in 1990s by a Malaysian bespoke shoemaker and the British designer Tamara Mellon. Since its creation, the firm was sold to several private equity firms before JAB bought it for more than £500m in 2011.
Today, only Choo’s niece Sandra Choi remains in the compnay as the brand’s creative director. According to Jimmy Choo’s advisers the brand has strong growth prospects. That is the reason why
Jimmy Choo is trying to attract investors to expand on the Asian Market. Jimmy Choo’s shoes very famous thanks to Sarah Jessica Parker’s character in Sexand the City, sell for between £300 and £600 a pair. Read more »
Alexis Mabille’s catwalk at the Hotel Salomon de Rotschild signed a very chic, glamour and feminine collection and please do not pay attention to the rumor on internet about his cooperation with the H&M group.
For the Spring/Summer 2015 presentation, Alexis Mabille has created a sexy collection celebrating Desire and playing with the sensuality of the female body thanks to cuts well mastered. This collection expresses “”freshness, fluidity, relaxation, nonchalance of a modern and assumed, and terribly French liberated woman.”
Sexy silk dresses, trench coats inspired by the bathrobe of luxus hotels located in the south of France. For the evening, women will wear high size trousers and tuxedo jacket.
Congratulations Mr. Mabille for this moment of modern sensuality, full of emotions, and especially in a world where the sole erogenous touch is to use your finger to choose a woman on the Iphone.
But above all, the collection we saw, expresses a glamour and sensual spirit which reminds you of emotions we had during Monsieur Yves’s collections. He is there, somewhere in the shadow, Read more »
A French manufacture falls in the hands of an Italian group. In fact Prada has bought the historic Tannerie Mégisserie Hervy in Isle, near Limoges, it was announced, without disclosing the financial details.
The luxury group will be the Tannerie Mégisserie Hervy’s major shareholder, which it has been purchased in a joint-venture with the Santa Croce Conceria Superior, a Tuscan tannery which has been a long-time partner of Prada. The new company, controlled by the designer label, will be renamed Tannerie Limoges, said the company. Read more »
The Puig Group has just confirmed the appointment of Guillaume Henry as Creative Director of Nina Ricci, as we predicted during Paris Fashion Week.
The 35-year-old designer succeeds to Peter Copping, Artistic Director since 2009, who according to the rumour he will be soon joining “Oscar de la Renta”. His departure was announced by Nina Ricci a few days ago. Guillaume Henry will assume his position on 5 January 2015 and will present his first collection for Nina Ricci for the Fall/Winter 2015-16 season. This first collection will thus be unveiled during Paris Fashion Week in March.
“With remarkable talent, Guillaume combines the qualities that make leading designers: artistic vision, intuition, intelligence, curiosity, charisma and ability to unite the Read more »
For the Spring/Summer 2015 Osklen collection, designer Oskar Mestavaht immersed himself in an entire museum. He spent four days at Inhotim, the outdoor contemporary art museum in Brumadinho, Brazil, that marries nature, art, architecture, and beauty.
This inspiration resulted in a beautiful texturized collection complete with colors derived from vegetable-based dyes and intricately woven textiles. Some of his inspiration came through quite literally: Rigid plastic skirts suggested the museum’s modern architecture, while fluid dresses in eye-catching florals referenced the lush foliage. Styled with half-moon flower necklaces and comfy sneakers, the vibe was cute and youthful with a little bohemian flavor.
Osklen is a Brazilian fashion designer based on harmonization of contrasts, in which urban and nature, organic and technological live together.
During the first ten years the influence of sports in the brand was Read more »
It is in the brand new Louis Vuitton fondation looking like a large futurist clould ship, designed by the architect Frank Gehry that the fashion designer Nicolas Ghesquière presented his Spring-Summer 2015 collection which is a combination of the 70’s and fiction .
The light of the autumn sun reflected in the large sails of glass and steel that make up the building, located in the Bois de Boulogne in Paris. The eyes have to get used to the darkness that prevails in the room where the stars parade. Faces filmed in close-deliver messages of science fiction.
“The public is asked to sit in a place that does not exist yet, a vessel with a gigantic wooden (…) that serves as an incubator and stimulates creative minds,” set forth the faces . The parade starts with “The Sound of Silence” by Simon and Garfunkel, as of 1966.
The 1970s fashion, often called the “Me Decade”, began with a continuation of the mini skirts, bell-bottoms, and the androgynous hippie look from the late Read more »
According to our spie, John Galliano may return to fashion by the end of the year with Maison Martin Margiela. The former creative director of Dior may join the brand owned by Renzo Rosso, the head of Only The Brave (Diesel, Marni, Viktor & Rolf…), in order to design a Haute Couture collection. Discussions are ongoing, while Galliano has already hired five to six people for his atelier.
We have always been a supporter of John Galliano. According to us he is like “The Picture of Dorian Gray”. He expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and John pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. But over is over, it is like the phoenix bird which is cyclically regenerated or reborn.
In fact the flamboyant style he brought to Dior appears atodds with the somewhat austere designs at Maison Martin Margiela. But as a multifaceted Read more »
As promised, you will find hereafter the article on Véronique Branquinho. As you refused to invite us for purposes which are none, we are publishing what we sent you.
As key Opinion Leaders, when the times of the collections came, we asked for invitations to the shows. As over the last 5 years we had been receiving the same formated email from “students” having an internship at PR CONSULTING. Besides those emails were full of mistakes. We are really wondering why you are employing qualified people and ask students to do their jobs. Maybe those communication or PR Managers are not paid enough to fulfill their job?
In fact, the sad reality is that you employ “stagiaire2@…” to do the job to avoid recruiting qualified employees and without really briefing them on who to invite to satisfy your clients. What we are sure is that you have enough places for friends and friends of friends … Read more »
At 71 years old it seems as if Yohji has just discovered the women body. Till now his colletions were always made of loose clothing. Was it due to his shiness which would disappear with the age?
Anyway, this time the collection is sexy and glamour. We loved this undressed sensuality of silks against skin. The Musée de l’Orangerie was made for an intimate setting in which his women just glided past to the sound of tango.
After the show, Yamamoto said “I challenged what is sexy for me”. It isn’t the first time he’s done so recently, but it is the first where his entire collection revolved around such displays of Read more »