Clap de fin on the Paris Fashion Week! From September 26th to October 4th, many fashion shows took place in the capital. Elisabeth Prat, Director of Fashion Trends at the agency, gives you her point of view on Paris Fashion Week and shares 4 of the 10 points to remember.
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1 – INCLUSIVENESS
ESTER MANAS: clothes to welcome everyone, deconstructing and de-problematizing the “summer body”.
2 – INSPIRED BY DIGITAL
LOEWE & JW ANDERSON: Strangeness.
The fake in nature, Anthurium flower, which looks fake and feels like design. “Glitch” pixelation, MineCraft and micro-volumes.
3 – COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABILITY
CHLOÉ: Gabriela Hearst visited the ITER thermoreceptors, nuclear fusion, colossal energy that is harmless and has no radioactive waste, coming from the stars and the universe because “one day we will need the energy of fusion to make clothes”. She uses the idea of fusion to draw geometric shapes. She adds a QR code on a wool suit from her ranch.
BALMAIN – Olivier Rousteing: traumatized by climate disruption, the designer seeks to radicalize his supply chain to improve it. This includes the use of eco-responsible materials: raffia, linen, wood, bananas … A grandiose fashion show worthy of the mega shows of the 2000s, in front of 8200 people (paying tickets, profits donated to RED: fight against AIDS). The famous Cher signed the final of this parade.
BOTTER – Lisi Herrebrugh & Rushemy Botter: a manifesto for the preservation of the oceans, use of eco-responsible rubber & knitwear made from seaweed.
4 – REFLECTION ON ORIGINAL DNA
COURREGES – Nicolas Di Felice: hip to the Parisian music scene, pumps in hand, rave atmosphere in the flowing sand. The collection is based on archives from 1974. We note the super efficiency of structured silhouettes and body con without excess.
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