On trend and commercial – with a splash of fantasy – this collection had the wind in its sails.
Yoon Ahn said her “coming-of-age” collection was inspired by the Eighties classic “The Breakfast Club.”
The Central American country says a panel cleared it of allegations by the USTR and AFL-CIO that it abused workers trying to unionize in the apparel sector.
Lucas Ossendrijver found poetry in chaos with a collecton that spliced tailoring with work wear.
The travel-inspired brand, created by former editor Alexandra Senes, is staging a pop-up at L’Eclaireur until July 15.
Keiko Onose offered up artfully crafted pieces with slightly more structured shapes than in the past and touches of what she described as “crispy movement.”
Reda Kateb, Corentin Fila, Haider Ackermann, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade were among the guests.
Creative director Jonny Johansson said he was going for a sensitive and romantic feel, as opposed to taking the “apocalyptic urban warrior” route.
The skater-chic collection was inspired by the Catherine Hardwicke-helmed biopic “Lords of Dogtown.”
The brand for its “No-Show” event, held in a car park, presented looks shot on locals in Zurich, where the brand is now based.
Almost-sheer white military style jackets and trousers had visible seams and linings, as did a crinkly white trench.
Martine Rose channeled the West Coast in a capsule line centered around Napapijri’s heritage pieces.
The collection centered on what the label does best: impeccably finished cool basics.
Véronique Nichanian jumped on the streetwear bandwagon with shiny track pants, oversized hoodies and parkas in technical fabrics.