Sadak’s collection played with corporate conventions, subverting them with streetwear codes.
It was a collection of outerwear and fine tailoring with a rock ‘n’ roll edge.
The Hermès fall men’s collection had cashmere coats, nubuck pants and insanely luxurious sheepskin sweaters with sheared motifs.
The collection was presented in the brand’s new atelier in the Paris district after which it was named.
The collection was soft-edged and cocooning, and Helbers approached his designs like an artist would a canvas.
The designer wanted to focus on “shape, construction and cut” and enhance everyday pieces such as the checked shirt, parka and chino.
David Sarfati is gaining ground with his unbuttoned take on workwear.
For fall, Mahéo lent his light touch to the most basic of garments — the chino, cargo pant, camel coat and gray check suit.
Dropped shoulders and mock necks recalled the laid-back looks of Paris in the Nineties.
The upbeat collection celebrated effortless Parisian cool.
Youn Chong Bak took the Alpine landscapes of Essius’ native Switzerland as her leitmotif.
The executive took the helm of his family’s retail chain Coin in 1974.
A series of portraits of Oscar Wilde inspired the romantic collection.