Franck Sorbier’s fashion shows are always a exceptional and magic moment. In 2013, the poet, Franck Sorbier, has choosen to reinterpret the tale of “Peau d’Ane”. There is some Magic in the Telling … “Discovering the Dreamer of Franck Sorbier”.
Haute Couture is a land that imagination forgot. Many will speak of it as legend or as fantasy or even as mythology. And that is perfectly fine. We have no objection. However, Haute Couture is a real fact of life.
And, as you cross the Bridge of Belief, as you imagine yourself lifting out of the logic and out of the reason of the consensus reality, moving beyond time and space and beyond time-space, you can find that that land is and has been forgotten by the imagination. Continue reading
London which was known as the “little sister” of the big four fashion capitals is now seen as one of the most creating capital as well as nurturing sucessful global fashion brand such as Anya Hindmarch, Burberry Prorsum, Hunter Original, Paul Smith, Pringle of Scotland, and Topshop Unique showed alongside future global starlets such as Simone Rocha, Mary Katrantzou, Holly Fulton, Peter Pilotto and Gareth Pugh in a range of venues across the capital. Continue reading
In the 20’s, the Marinière or nautical style originally became popular thanks to Coco Chanel who turned it into a true fashion style shortly after, when she teamed the famous striped top with men’s pants or pants-and-blazer suits. Again in 1956, the fresh, playful and sensuous actress, Brigitte Bardot was wearing a stripped T-shirt on the set of Naughty Girl by Michel Boisrond.
In 1962, we see the same top on the silver screen in Jules and Jim by François Truffaut, as worn by Jeanne Moreau. From its initial popularity to that moment, lots of celebrities had embraced nautical style. Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, Jane Birkin,Edie Sedgwick and Marilyn Monroe.But let’s focus on present time. This timeless trend is much loved also by today’s celebs who interpret it every time according to new trends and to their individual style. Continue reading