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The intensity of Paris Fashion Week—the apocalyptic rain, the unfeasibly far-flung venues—tested the endurance of everyone who took part.
A sleek Chanel rocket was the talk of Paris this morning, as Karl Lagerfeld had conjured an intergalactic mood for his Fall 2017 show by way of a ceiling-grazing starship.
Three, two, one…blast off! Today in Paris, Karl Lagerfeld outfitted the Grand Palais with a rocket for his Fall 2017 Chanel show, complete with a mock launch. For a man who’s been everywhere from Cuba to Dubai, where else is there to go but up?
There’s always plenty of competition in the front row at Louis Vuitton, but this season the man with the best look—and the most screaming fans—was Sehun, the star of the Seoul-based musical group EXO.
Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2017 collection was a mash-up of multicultural references grounded with wearable shoes, practical bags, and a bit of over-the-top texture. See all the best looks here.
Riccardo Tisci has left the building. As we wait for the news about his successor at Givenchy—all we could elicit today was an assurance that the announcement would happen “very soon”—the studio team has designed an interim collection. As these things go, this was a clever one.
It was young people who raised the curtains on Sarah Burton’s fall show for Alexander McQueen.
At Hermès, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski treads the fine line between the specifics of an haute Parisian culture, and transient trend.
Last night, curator Olivier Saillard unveiled his astonishing celebration of the work of Cristóbal Balenciaga, with a focus on the Spanish couturier’s use of the color black, at the Musée Bourdelle.
Blue was the warmest—and most prominent—color at Maria Grazia Chiuri’s second Dior show today. The decision to render Dior’s Fall 2017 collection primarily in shades of blue was inspired by a quote by Monsieur Christian Dior in the The Little Dictionary of Fashion.