Rei Kawakubo’s two-word backstage brief on her spring Comme des Garçons collection was, “Invisible clothes.”
The top model takes in runway shows and shoe presentations in Paris.
Punches of color plus prints of all varieties, from batik to tie-dye, defined the label’s easy-going looks.
The designer infuses different cultural references into her work, alongside nature.
The designer worked fabric-like qualities on her leather creations for spring.
A jungle-inspired fabric design was the collection’s starting point.
The designer was inspired by the women in his life for his collection, which has a casually undone, beach-meets-boudoir vibe.
Neons and deconstructed denim were among the label’s new directions.
Acid-washed denim, lamé and other signposts of the early Eighties dominated this collection.
A Bogota sunset inspired the rich colors of Guillaume Henry’s spring collection, which remained resolutely anchored in Parisian chic.
The Brazilian designer’s focus on details played out in pops of metal hardware and hand-dyed pearls.