A runway surrounded by guests who are either at least 30 minutes late or waiting. Even though this description applies on most of the shows, each of them is special in its own way. Here are four of my favorite happenings during Paris Fashion Week!
On May 16, 1929, the first „Academy Award of Merit“ was awarded in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel – today we know it as the Oscar. In addition to important current topics, all eyes were on the dresses of the stars as every year: Powerful colors and playful accessories dominated the red carpet.
In February and March we like to inspire ourselves for the upcoming cold days after a much-wanted summer full of sun. As Paris Fashion Week is still in its full flow, let’s look at the fall-ish trends to prepare for!
The fashion month is in its full flow. As the shows in New York and London are already over, we are showing you the trends for next the next fall season – let’s look forward and be one step ahead.
More is more? Looking at this year’s collections of Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and co., you quickly notice the colorful vibes and the vibrant prints. However, at the current Couture Shows in Paris, various designers showed that minimalism still plays a big part in fashion.
The 75th Golden Globe Awards were a protest stage. That evening, Hollywood’s elite wore black for a reason. The color, which is actually considered minimalistic and reserved, became the statement of a new movement: #TIMESUP
Minimalism and coolness are the signature characteristics of the French label Céline. After ten years, creative director Phoebe Philo is leaving the fashion house – with a clear message for all of us.
On December 6, the whole fashion world had its eyes on Hamburg where the Chanel “Métiers d’Art”-Show took place. Here is how this collection represents the future and the early years of Karl Lagerfeld at the same time.
Who thinks that sustainable fashion consists of jute and hemp fabrics nowadays is probably wrong. Today, even high-street labels focus on producing eco-friendly clothes. However, how “green” are those collections in real life?
What? No fur for Gucci? The Italian luxury label stops using the animal material starting from the coming season. Let’s not only talk about the fur alternative but also about the topic “Cruelty-Free” in fashion and beauty.