An unexpected showing of futuristic-inspired fashion when creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli chose a somewhat Sci-Fi narrative, with traces of the regular Valentino-Piccioli Renaissance romance in his Spring/Summer 2018 collection for Valentino.
A collection about anachronisms, and a dialogue of wardrobes transcending time.
This year’s headlining accessories aren’t shoes, but hats. Here’s how to embrace the charming trend and doff it like a pro.
For Spring-Summer 2018, Tomas Maier’s Bottega Veneta collection conveys optimism and playfulness – and very aptly – in Palazzo Archinto, a former residence built between 1830 and 1847, which is now a school.
Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Spring/Summer 2018 collection pays tribute to two creative women in art history: Niki de Saint Phalle and Linda Nochlin.
Nadège Vanhée-Cybulski paints yet another stylish canvas for the Maison of colours this Spring-Summer.
For Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2018 show at the Grand Palais, Karl Lagerfeld reproduced the Gorges du Verdon, a famous canyon with multiple waterfalls located in the south of France.
To reaffirm its commitment to Paris, Chanel will contribute 25 million euros to the restoration and renovation of the Grand Palais, where their spectacular shows are traditionally held.
Designers are ushering the brand new fashion season with a positive vibe of pick-me-up bold hues, tactile fringing/embellishments and brave, new twists on classic-dressing.