Franck, at the summit of the Haute Couture world , an angel flies over the Hébertot Theater, a constellation of billions stars and immaculate snowflakes fell on the scene.
Franck Sorbier is the soul of the French Haute Couture. He gives the best of France in terms of creation and Craftsmanship.
The mountain “Sorbier” reveals the talent in its purest and points the way to what should be the Haute Couture in a French fashion house.
This collection, dedicated to Jacques Mouclier, shows how Franck Sorbier and the company have a great heart and the heart never lies. Continue reading
What did you say? Haute Couture! French team of the Chambre Syndicale doesn’t anymore make the difference between Haute Couture and a H&M designer. Mr and Mrs PFW call immediately Susy Menkes she will tell you what Haute Couture should be. One thing is sure is that the future of Haute Couture will not got through Adeline André. Unfortunately today to be accreditated by the French Chambre Syndicale of Haute Couture is not because you have talent but it is because you are a friend of the management.
Tuesday, Donna Karan announced that she will step down from her role as Chief Designer of Donna Karan International to focus on her Urban Zen Company and Foundation.
DKI will not replace Donna Karan as Chief Designer at this time and it will suspend its runway shows and collections for a period of time. Karan will also remain a close advisor to the company. “Donna Karan New York is a part of me, past, present and future,” said Karan. “It has been an honor to speak woman to woman about Seven Easy Pieces that forever changed the way women dress. I want to express my gratitude and my deepest feelings to the dozens and dozens of colleagues over the years who have helped take Donna Karan New York far beyond my wildest dreams.” Continue reading