Last Thursday night, when Coperni earned the distinction of being the only brand to host an audience during Paris Fashion Week, I realized that the last time I had been inside the Accor Arena was for the Off-White show a year ago.
If Paris Fashion Week in digital form has remained saturated with propositions and visions of the clothes we will be seeing—and perhaps wearing—in a few months, it’s only natural to be feeling a certain wistfulness for the experience as it used to be not so long ago. La nostalgie, as the French say.
When Celine revealed, in late August, that an Haute Parfumerie collection consisting of 11 fragrances conceived by Hedi Slimane was forthcoming, the details were elusive and teased out sparingly. There were names like Reptile, La Peau Nue (Bare Skin), Cologne Française and Nightclubbing; there were seductive black and white videos of the bottles, their thick fluted glass fetishized with cinematic light and shadow.
Today, nine of the 11 creations make their official debut within the first Celi...
Italian architect Roman Delugan augments a highly respected craniofacial surgery into a sleek suite
If there was any constant to a Chanel runway show, where the set replicates a vast autumnal forest one season and a hulking cruise ship the next, it was the man behind the curtain: Karl Lagerfeld,
For his first solo museum show in France, the Chicago-based artist dives into the dark past of the now-uninhabited Malaga Island off the coast of Maine
Until a few months ago, Pamela Golbin had been the longtime chief curator of fashion and textiles at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, where she mounted historical and contemporary exhibitions with inspired focus and widespread appeal.
Vogue Got an Exclusive Tour of Chanel’s Ateliers While Tonight’s Métiers d’Art Collection Was Being Made
As the models of Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show filed around the Temple of Dendur attired in looks encoded with colorful graphic symbols, their silhouettes radiating glints of gold from all angles, it was clear that this was no ordinary ode to Egypt.
It’s hard to imagine how the scene would play out if the gilets jaunes—the “yellow vest” anti-government protesters throughout France—were to cross paths with all those who flaunt their street style A game during men’s Fashion Week in Paris.