It’s the beginning of Paris Fashion Week, with still a little parmesan sprinkled on my jacket, I fall from the style to the blonde Bimbos, so appreciated by the French luxury brands, who appreciate that they do not write anything at all. Graphic trend where cabalistic signs of Catholicism are printed to transmit us the word “the cross” but it was the banner in subliminal image, for a Devil at the beginning of the show.

Fashion should be a form of escape, not a form of imprisonment, the two designers told us. Its culture is the juxtaposition between masculine and feminine, modernity and historical know-how, romance and rebellion, sustainability and creativity.

You talk about religion and thinking it doesn’t imprison anyone is the message marketers give us to stigmatize and really (“Con Fu Cius. I’d make it shorter on its DNA “move on” and put your outrage back on the pissing machine. EGONLAB will probably have tomorrow the honors of Vogue, with this maxim “fun or interesting!”, as the English say when they do not like it at all. Welcome to Paris Fashion Week. Continue reading


Fashion journalist, New York Times bestselling author and former Vogue creative director and editor at large André Leon Talley has died at age 73, corona indeed.

Prior to the release of his 2020 memoir “In the Chiffon Trenches,” Talley told, “People have done things to me that I have forgiven them for. There are things in the book that you can’t imagine the racism, everything. You don’t even understand how much I’ve gone through.…”

He was best known for his time at Vogue where he was fashion director between 1983 and 1987, before becoming its creative director and later an editor at large. A front row fixture known for his flamboyant style and storytelling, Talley was a close confidant of Karl Lagerfeld,

Upon being notified as a recipient of the de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France in April 2021, Talley said, “Of all the education and experiences that I have had in this world, I think this represents a great deal to my race and my people. Continue reading


Prada and the new fall-winter 2022 collection by Miuccia Prada and Raf “Si monster”, our favorite designer, the one who, at Dior, had raised the brand with brio! Day three of Milan Fashion Week, in the Fondazione Prada, for a fashion where leather and technical materials reign supreme, Waffen-SS style for trench coats with XXL shoulders.

Prada invited no less than a dozen movie stars to walk the runway! We could see Kyle MacLachlan, then Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Asa Butterfield, Jaden Michael, Damson Idris, Tom Mercier, Louis Partridge, Ashton Sanders, Filippo Scotti, but also Jeff Goldblum who closed the show. It was necessary to sublimate the pieces of clothing taken from the workers of Renault in 1960 with N.B.C. “Nuclear Biological Chemical” suits. For a collection, which bet on new trends, it is missed this year, because its flatness is absolute. Finally, the only interesting thing about this show is that it ended up stopping. When Ralf wants to be Nino, Continue reading


Nino Cerruti died on Saturday at the age of 91 following complications from a surgery, Cerruti, who was born in Biella, one of Italy’s main textile hubs, was a key figure in the international fashion industry, well-respected and known for his elegance, kindness and courtesy.

The world looses a man of talent, an extraordinary designer, a visionary ahead of his time and a great mentor to whom many are indebted. His grandfather had founded a textile mill in Biella in 1881, the Lanificio Fratelli Cerruti. Drawing from his experience in producing excellent fabrics, Cerruti ventured into the production of clothing in the late 1950s.

Over the years, Cerruti offered women’s wear and men’s wear; the Cerruti 1881 diffusion line; a luxury ready-to-wear collection named Cerruti Arte; Cerruti Jeans; the Cerruti Brothers business collection for men as well as fragrances and accessories. Later the clothing lines were regrouped under the Cerruti 1881 name. Continue reading


Thom Browne or the outward sign of inner wealth, for one of the most personal collections he has ever presented, bringing the public into the decor of his bedroom. With celadon green and azure blue floral wallpaper, the morning that promises to anyone who knows how to dream, mix of checks, plaids, intarsia to create images through the juxtaposition of hues and embroidery made without false note.

With her shimmering pastel sense of color, there is also an overcoat and pleated skirt that could nerf the Coco “Charnel” for a collection by an androgynous artist, which incenses my wandering mind. What a wonderful present that your poetry, from another time Sir, delivered in this sumptuous case, inaccessible and senseless to the uninitiated for an indefectible pleasure of the eye. Giving is a physical and psychic need, the adrenaline of a heart in search of the pleasure of sharing together the beauty of sewing. Thank you for that. Continue reading


French fashion competition ANDAM has created a special new prize worth 100,000 euros alongside its Grand Prize of 300,000 Euros. Bruno Pavlovsky, president of Chanel fashion and president of Chanel SAS, who has been mentor of the ANDAM awards, since 2015, will offer one-year mentorships to the winner and the runner-up, coaching both on the creative and strategic dimensions of their startups.. Continue reading


Pierre Cardin will pay tribute to its founder at a fashion show event at Paris Fashion Week. Initially scheduled to take place one year after Pierre Cardin’s death, on December 29, 2021, the tribute show to the designer will finally take place on January 28. The show will feature the designer’s latest creations as well as a brand new collection.

For the occasion, the house has chosen the National Air and Space Museum. A place far from being insignificant in terms of the futuristic and experimental fashion of the designer. A few steps from Le Bourget airport, which has already gathered the fashion scene during the spring-summer 2022 show of Hermès a few months ago, it is easy to guess the references.
Pierre Cardin was happily dipping into the imagery of the space conquest for his creations, each more revolutionary than the other, until he made it his signature (we remember in particular his emblematic suits with futuristic metallic reflections of his spring-summer 1968 show). Continue reading


Very Bad taste for Barbie, Balmain’s creative director jumped at a chance to design a collection in collaboration with Barbie, allowing him to play with the famous doll on a grand scale and further his prioritization of female empowerment, diversity and inclusivity.

The limited-edition, 70-piece collection spanning from 195 euro T-shirts up to 29,990 euros for a couture-calibre evening gown is slated to drop on Jan. 13 at about 50 of its multibrand partners worldwide, with Neiman Marcus mounting a special pop-up in Dallas.

He describes the collection as a bridge between Barbie and the Balmain couture world, of a house born in Paris in 1945. Indeed, the budding designer found his grandmother much more accepting of his penchant for Barbies. Continue reading


Will the apparent democratization of Paris Fashion Week prove a blip on the landscape, or a lasting trend?

Last Fall’s open-air shows by Rick Owens, Chloé and Saint Laurent drew curious onlookers, who were as thrilled by the spectacle as by sightings of celebrities like Blackpink’s Rosé and actress Demi Moore. Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli treated the streets of Paris like his runway, with models exiting the show venue to display his Spring 2022 creations in front of locals seated on restaurant terraces. Continue reading


The designer has decided to cancel both the Emporio Armani and Giorgio Armani men’s Fall 2022 shows. This decision was made with great regret and following careful reflection in light of the worsening epidemiological situation, according to a statement from the Milan-based fashion house.

Armani has also opted to cancel his Privé haute couture Spring 2022 show planned for later this month in Paris. Haute Couture is slated to run from Jan. 24 to 27 in the French capital.

But no problem for the FHCM, Yamina couture will replace the Italian designer without any problem, will tell us the cropper analyst.