The “Transparences” exhibition currently taking place at the Yves Saint Laurent Museum in Paris is recording record attendance, a funny coincidence. On Tuesday evening, Anthony Vaccarello, constructed almost his entire fall collection with flimsy silk hosiery fabrics, which he said were a nightmare to produce.

Saint Laurent via a sensual nude outfit, while exalting the master’s legacy of transgression, liberation and empowerment of women. The models’ heads were covered in bonnets and their wrists covered with large transparent bracelets, as well as jewelry on their backs.

Vaccarello said he had the idea for this pure extravagance before the YSL museum revealed the theme of its spring exhibition, sure!. But I think it’s good that there is this link with the foundation also to make it clear that here it is also a house of transparency. Really very, very transparent in fact.
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‘Black is an amazing color. Women look more beautiful in black than in any other shade,’ said Giorgio Armani.

The inky shade appeared on a boxy jacket with an oversize pocket and a velvet mandarin collar; a floor-length coat dotted with blue petals; and a tailored suit covered in silvery crystals.

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When Kim Shui graduated from Duke University with a degree in economics in 2011, she didn’t intend to become a fashion designer, and that sounds like a former plumber wanting to become a digestive tract surgeon. This is the meeting of the Bling dynasty and US-trash on Roosevelt Avenue, that of sex workers. Two muses, dressed in gold nightgowns, appeared and came to the center of the stage to show off fashion so Putinist.

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The brand just relaunched its fashion business, and now it is launching a new fragrance collection. A quartet of eau de parfums dubbed the Cashmere Collection will be available at Bloomingdale’s, Nordstrom, Macy’s and Dillard’s this month. Each scent is priced at $150.

It coincides with the relaunch of Donna Karan New York earlier this week, and is the first pillar introduced by licensee Inter Parfums Inc. The brand was previously under the Estée Lauder Cos.

Despite playing on the success of Cashmere Mist, one of the brand’s bestsellers, Inter Parfums didn’t want to debut the new collection as a flanker.

It was Madar’s goal to create a sense of warmth and layering when developing the scents.


Apostate, sectarian, iconoclast, and junk seller with a salary below the poverty line, come to LVMH. The search for young talents at LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is expanding.

The world’s largest luxury group launched the third edition of its “You and ME” recruitment roadshow in Paris on Wednesday, attracting a record 3,000 participants to the opening day, but no one is saying how many candidates were recruited.

LVMH no longer really attracts, and to reach more potential candidates, LVMH publicized its initiative in the Paris metro and surrounded itself with more than a dozen influencers, to recruit modern slaves.

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K-WAY 2024

Fashion institutions have once again let one of the French flagships go abroad, because now the brand is owned by BasicNet S.p.A., an Italian company specializing in the sports and leisure clothing sector. This has just made a big splash with its collection in Milan which was truly an innovative collection and in the taste of all people today.


Balmain’s creative director, Oliver Rousteing, embarked on a daring journey, collecting fragments from various designers along the way. Show spectacle echoes Jeremy Scott’s Moschino, Daniel Roseberry’s Schiaparelli, and Colm Dillane’s Louis Vuitton (KidSuper). Although it’s a true fashion potluck, we have to wonder: did Rousteing lose his GPS in the world of couture?

It is in the 19th arrondissement of Paris that Olivier Rousteing has chosen to unveil his new men’s collection. One of the bimbos on the bus seeing the district asks her friend if she should bring her passport. Continue reading


Kim Jones got a jumpstart fir his first full line of haute couture for men at Dior during the ready to wear. Inspired by Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who collected kaftans, kimonos and precious shawls that he enjoyed wearing in private.

To the dramatic strains of the “Dance of the Knights” from Sergei Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet,” from man to man.

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Burke will succeed Toledano at LVMH Fashion Group. LVMH chairman and chief executive officer Bernard Arnault will work with Toledano as an adviser alongside his role at the Paris fashion school IFM after Toledano leaves the executive committee.

With the handover, LVMH completes one of the biggest guard changes in its history. The transition began one year ago when Burke stepped down as Louis Vuitton chairman and CEO after a stellar 10-year tenure, passing the baton to then-Dior chairman and CEO Pietro Beccari, who in turn was succeeded by Delphine Arnault.

The lord gathers his family around him, like the kings yesterday, but who will be the Kalif in place of the Kalif?