Category: Fashion Weeks

One day in Barbes with ANDREA CREWS

For the AW16/17 season the parisians behind ANDREA CREWS are showing us what a day in Barbes is like. One of Paris’ most iconic district is being revisited through an urban collection spotting the light on giant flower-printed blankets and fake furs, mixing them with…

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WOOYOUNGMI’s garden for AW16

When I arrived in a redecorated Pavillon Cambon I was immediately dazzled by the immaculate white light. A light that is magnifying garments but also allows to observe each details of a melancholic and mesmerizing collection. While we’re quickly transported within a dreamlike garden-scape made by…

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kolor is going leopard for aw16

Japanese do it better. That’s a fact. Junichi Abe, the talent behind the japanese brand kolor, presented a very technical collection with some bits of leopard here and there. kolor showed an elegant wardrobe with soft lines combined with the brand’s graphic imagery with the…

Walter Van Beirendonck is WOEST for AW16

Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck is giving us a political collection this seasons. He’s really WOEST (i.e furious in flemish) like we’re pissed as f*ck against all the crap that went on in 2015. His now-famous motto “Stop terrorising our world” is making a comeback…

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Y/PROJECT’s schizophrenia for AW16

When you’re getting an invite with a nun who happens to have her face entirely covered with tribal tattoos, your curiosity is more than awaken. I’ve been following Glenn Marten’s work for a little bit more than a year now, who is the young creative…

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OAMC’s sweet escape for AW16

With the army as a main inspiration, OAMC presented a collection that put utility at the core and where the army’s classic wardrobe was revamped. Cuts and inserts inspired by electrically warrant flight jacket liners, hand painted decorations as found on WWII bomber jackets, shearling…

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PFW AW16: AVOC and the pirates

AVOC sure has a taste for jokes. They’ve already had a try with clowns on their SS16 sweatshirts. A mad universe where you only have two options: laugh or leave. Not only it was the first show of the season but also their first presentation on…

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70s’ clashing with the 90s at 22/4_HOMMES

Think Manchester, sports-lux, 90s and heritage. Leaving the extravaguant club kids trend and chavs’ style to other designers, Stephanie Hanh rather go for a more sober version paying a tribute to British heritage.  With Prince of Wales-checks dominating the collection, 22/4_HOMMES also made green a the…

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PFW AW16 : Issey Miyake Men’s “Neonomad”

So that was the theme for this collection from the japanese designer. One simply named “Neonomad”, an ode to travelling and wild freedom. In a Palais de Tokyo turned into a Mongolian steppe, silouhettes with warm and bright colors were covered with oversized long coats…