spring/summer 20

Fashion

louis vuitton gets weird

Nicolas Ghesquière closes out fashion week with a bang, with a show that was both apocalyptic and optimistic. The future looks like this.
Jack Sunnucks
10.2.19
Fashion

chanel enters a new era

Virginie Viard takes it to the Paris rooftops with a collection that injected Coco and Karl classics with a renewed sense of youthfulness.
Osman Ahmed
10.2.19
Fashion

balenciaga turns power, and power dressing, on its head

With a show set in a EU flag hued, UN inspired assembly room, Demna Gvasalia's collection was a perfect fit for today's confusing, discombobulating political landscape.
Osman Ahmed
9.30.19
Fashion

valentino finds self-discovery in nature

Set to Frank Ocean's beautiful "Moon River", Pierpaolo Piccioli’s SS20 collection finds heads into the jungle to find inspiration through withdrawal.
Jack Sunnucks
9.30.19
Fashion

loewe strips it back to basics

With a mesmerising, undulating SS20 show, Jonathan Anderson focuses in on the details and champions craftsmanship.
Felix Petty
9.28.19
Fashion

paco rabanne throws it back to 60s psychedelia

Turning away from 2019's nihilism and dark truths, Julien Dossena instead embraced 1969's French-pop, kitsch, peace, love and obligatory bowl cuts.
Osman Ahmed
9.27.19
News

rihanna casually dropped an entire fenty collection in the middle of paris fashion week

RiRi plays by no one’s schedule but her own.
Mahoro Seward
9.26.19
Fashion

maison margiela revels in catholic guilt

For his SS20 show John Galliano finds the joy in suffering. Hard same.
Felix Petty
9.26.19
Fashion

old glamour beckons a new dawn at lanvin

Bruno Sialelli’s second show for the French label continued his dramatic new vision for the label.
Felix Petty
9.25.19
Fashion

dior celebrates a wartime hero

The house's spring/summer 20 collection paid homage to Catherine Dior, sister of Mr Dior and a fascinating resistance fighter who was deported to Ravensbruck concentration camp during WWII.
Felix Petty
9.24.19
Fashion

it's pouring down at marine serre

After creating her spring/summer collection during a 45 degree Parisian heatwave, the French designer imagined our world after the apocalypse — climate wars, heatwaves, mass extinction, acid rain.
Felix Petty
9.24.19
Fashion

mm6 maison margiela goes all 'don't tell the bride'

For its spring/summer 20 show the house presents a celebration of weddings in all their tacky, traditional glory. There was even a cake!
Owen Myers
9.24.19
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