Paris rose up against fashion diktats and wardrobe conformism at the five-day whirl of men's shows ending Monday 29 June, casting off suits and ties for classy comfort based on mixing, matching and layering.
Explorers in wide rumpled trousers hauling oversized bags sent the crowds of fashion buyers and critics at Paris Men's Fashion Week travelling from the banks of the Seine to those of the Congo on Saturday 27 June.
The men’s ready-to-wear catwalks for spring-summer 2010 begin on Thursday 25 June in Paris and will last for five days with a programme as charged and international as in previous seasons, despite the economic crisis.
Disappearing from podiums in 2002, Jean Colonna is returning with a new project and virtual showcase on the internet. The concept of the clothes will play with the notions of rarity and a hand-made luxury spirit.
A Brazilian model described as Madonna's "toyboy" and a bevy of black beauties are to attract intense media attention to the Sao Paulo Fashion Week -- Latin America's biggest style showcase -- which opens Wednesday 17 June.
Neither a court summons against Chanel, nor subesequent difficulties have finished off textile company World Tricot: its founder, Carmen Colle, has organised the first catwalk of her brand “Angèle Baptist” in Besançon (France).
Meeting on the 14th of May in Paris, the ‘Comité de Direction de la Chambre syndicale de la Haute Couture’ elected new invited members to this year’s haute couture schedule. These invitees include a return for the Alexandre Matthieu creative duo.