PARIS — The fall season marked the return of understated, craft-focused fashion at the Paris trade shows, with an emphasis on masculine shapes, handmade prints and fur.
“Embellishment and bling are definitely out,” said Virginie Maunier, a consultant for Lambert + Associates, with clients that include Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Holt Renfrew and Fenwick. “We are currently witnessing a renewal of the classics. Most designers are now creating sober shapes and focusing on high-quality materials and texture.”
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