Jam-packed with key shows and presentations, the week is expected to sizzle in more ways than one.
The label was founded by former president of footwear at Ralph Lauren, Jerome Espinos.
A Burberry spokesman has confirmed the former Brioni ceo will join the company.
Julien Dossena worked a lightweight, body-conscious silhouette inspired by the world of dancers.
Guests included Emilia Wickstead, Richard James, Rupert Sanderson and Stephen Jones.
The international competition recognizes innovation in the industrial and academic domains.
The German designer delivered a collection bringing to mind explorers in an urban jungle.
Originally a bridal designer, Lhuillier has branched out into all sort of categories and licenses during her more than 21 years in the fashion industry.
Casely-Hayford presented its spring collection in its studio rather than on the runway, in order to highlight the collection’s intricate craft work.
The collection was themed around the idea of a bunch of tourists hanging out at Paris Plage, but filtered through the label’s Parisian-cool put-togetherness lens.
Guests included Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, Serge Ibaka, Shabazz Muhammad, Joey Bada$$, Reese Laflare and Lil Peep.
The collection was themed around the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance automobile race.
Sources say Italian private equity firm Style Capital is about to acquire a stake in the contemporary label founded by Massimo Giorgetti.
The designer teased Paris with a capsule of game-changing definition of the masculine wardrobe with a heady Spanish flavor.
Referencing artists like Ellsworth Kelly and David Hockney, abstraction was the starting point for Pierre Hardy’s spring collection for men.