Here is the passenger, sailing on a sinking ship, and around him the waves resound to finally crash and engulf this traveler in unknown seas, a feat for the house of Vuitton, symbol of travel. The collection wanders within the pyramids of Egypt in the Louvre, provoking in my mind the vision of Gizeh in Paris. Continue reading
Video, titled “Hope & Glory,” was filmed in an 18th-century home the kind that customers of the brand might live in. Not even a six-week stay in hospital could prevent Andrew Gn from completing his fall collection. The designer suffered a stroke at the end of last year, but you would never suspect it from looking at his opulent lineup. Continue reading
Hermès has issued exclusive handbags in aquatic colors, typa Tiffany to mark the renovation of its Rue de Sèvres store, located in a former swimming pool, welcome for breakfast at Sèvrephany.
Three soaring huts made from curved slats of ash wood, set up in the center of what used to be a swimming pool. Hermés dives in the market. The only apparent change is a new nautical-themed fresco, which wraps all the way around over two floors, complementing the listed building’s Art Deco mosaics and ironwork balconies.
14,000-square-foot store, opened in 2010, has been reorganized from top to bottom to house the brand’s evolving product lines, including its recently launched color cosmetics collection. Silk scarves and ties have been given pride of place in the entrance, and space for ready-to-wear and jewelry has been upped. Continue reading
When Stéphane Rolland caresses the organza, it becomes as precious as a jewel, and it is then that the gold metallized silk embroidered with crystals and pearls appears. I see the dresses that a kiss accompanies with the stream of dreams that lights up the eyes, and that makes the passage from sadness to enchantment. Continue reading
The Isabel Marant catwalk show was singled out for optimism and exuberance both for the dance performance and the clothing.
The fashion crowd knew it would be an unusual Paris Fashion Week, with much of the audience following presentations from screens at home often from different time zones and a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the small number of physical shows. With each day, tensions rose as coronavirus cases mounted in France, prompting stiffer travel rules and tightened security measures from local authorities.
In this environment, what emerged came as a display of resilience. Despite ongoing rumblings of frustration with being anchored at home, buyers expressed extra appreciation for efforts to get the show on the road with more successful endeavors carrying extra resonance.
With everyone out for a pick-me-up, bold expressions of optimism were appreciated. The Isabel Marant catwalk show shot past all others, in buyers’ minds, singled out for the vibrant and shimmery clothing as well as the dance performance from (LA)Horde.
“The energy was so fun and vibrant, in contrast to reality. The show was driven by a burning desire to go out and escape, which made you want to invest in every style that walked down the runway,”