Maria Grazia Chiuri, artistic director of women’s haute couture, ready-to-wear, and accessory collections, at Dior, enlisted Italian director Matteo Garrone to produce a short film titled “The Dior Myth,” to introduce her Fall-Winter 2020 haute couture collection this season.
Miu Miu presents its Autumn-Winter 2020 collection today during Paris Fashion Week.
Today Dior presented their Men’s Autumn-Winter 2020 collection during Paris Fashion Week.
Today Louis Vuitton presented the Men’s Fall-Winter 2020 Collection by Virgil Abloh in Paris during Paris Fashion Week.
Coupled with a performance by FKA twigs, Pierpaolo Piccioli showed his Autumn Winter 2020 collection for Valentino today during Paris Fashion Week Men’s.
Relive the Louis Vuitton Spring-Summer 2020 Collection presented by Nicolas Ghesquière at the Louvre in Paris on Tuesday, October 1st at 7:30 pm (CEST).
Music: SOPHIE – “It’s Okay To Cry” (Extended LV SS20 Edit) Courtesy of Transgressive
Video: “It’s Okay To Cry” (Extended LV SS20 Edit) –
Directed by SOPHIE, co Directed by Nicholas Harwood Courtesy of Transgressive
After the inaugural Champs Elysées extravaganza, followed by the river Seine’s floating runway, L’Oréal Paris, official Paris Fashion Week partner, hosted its 2019 runway spectacular at France’s most historic institution, the Monnaie de Paris, on day 5 of Paris Fashion Week with a 40-musician orchestra.
Le Défilé L’Oréal Paris is the brand’s once-a-year celebration of beauty, fashion, and Parisian excellence. In its trailblazing drive to make fashion’s beauty for all, L’Oréal Paris has become known for its world-headlining public shows, staged in the heart of the city during Paris Fashion Week.
Brand ambassadors Camila Cabello and Amber Heard made their first-ever appearances at Le Défilé L’Oréal Paris. In a celebration of motherhood, Eva Longoria walked the runway carrying her baby son, Santiago, in the grand finale. Proving beauty has no age, Helen Mirren and Andie McDowell made their return to the Paris runway while the lineup also saw star turns from Marie Bochet, Liya Kebede, Aja Naomi King, Doutzen Kroes, Soo Joo Park, Luma Grothe, Duckie Thot, and Aishwarya Rai.
For the 3rd consecutive year, Le Défilé L’Oréal Paris celebrated Paris Fashion Week on an impressive global scale with 13 partner designers showcasing current looks, a cast of 32 international spokespeople, and broadcasting in more than 40 countries. The brand’s partners for the 2019 Défile were: AMI, Atlein, Balmain, Cédric Charlier, Dries Van Noten, Elie Saab, Etudes, Giambattista Valli, Karl Lagerfeld, Koché, Nicolas Lecourt Mansion, Olivier Theyskens, rokh. In-house global makeup legend Val Garland and her teams of 29 artists created the various looks celebrating inclusive beauty. While Global hair magician Stephane Lancien and his team of 34 artists crafted the hairstyles.
By uniting an exceptional group of actresses, singers, athletes, and models from in and outside the fashion world to walk the runway, L’Oréal Paris showcased the diversity of the new L’Oréal Paris beauty season, celebrating women of all origins and ages.
Le Défilé – L’Oreal Paris Photo Credit: Giovanni Giannoni
Le Défilé – L’Oreal Paris – Group Final – Photo Credit: Saskia Lawaks
Le Défilé – L’Oreal Paris – Duckie Thot – Backstage – Photo Credit: Delphine Achard
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By Nerisa Eugenia Waterman
adidas Originals iconic three stripe silhouettes, including the acclaimed tracksuit, were reimagined with exaggerated proportions, innovative materials, and design-intensive techniques. The reimagining was part of a highly anticipated collaboration with Amsterdam-based designer Danielle Cathari. The collaboration resulted in a capsule women’s ready-to-wear collection which debuted with a presentation during New York Fashion Week.
The capsule collection explores the idea of contrast while paying tribute to the authenticity of the adidas Originals brand. As a designer, Cathari’s unique approach to deconstruction became the foundation of the sportswear-inspired collection. The collection presented a modern take on classic Originals icons, adicolor, and adibreak, with a playful color palette of red, blue, green and yellow hues that took on a new life of the iconic adicolor palette.
Paired with neutral tones including shades of forest green, ash pink and chalk white, they evoke a unique, but equally as bold, contemporary relevance. Cementing the fashion world’s love of the brand’s most iconic silhouette, each Fashion Week City will receive an exclusive and unique colorway of the adidas Originals by Danielle Cathari tracksuit look from the collection: New York (orange), London (yellow), Paris (blue) and Shanghai (pink).
All in-store retail dates are as follows:
New York – February 10th
115 Spring Street, New York, New York 10012
London – February 17th
5 Hanbury St, London E1, UK
Paris – February 28th
3 Ter Rue des Rosiers, 75004 Paris, France
Shanghai – March 28th
939 W Nanjing Road, Shanghai, China
The adidas Originals by Danielle Cathari collection are available on www.adidas.com in the U.S. as of February 10th and will be available globally at adidas Originals flagship locations in New York City, London, Paris, and Shanghai with an additional offering planned to hit stores later this Spring.
On October 1st, L’Oréal Paris took over the Champs-Élysées, and what happened next was an extraordinary opportunity for Parisians to access upcoming beauty trends while millions of people around the globe joined in digitally via social media platforms. L’Oréal Paris presented a unique fashion and beauty runway show on the most famous avenue in the world, and the best part, the event was designed especially for the general public.
19 designers and an exclusive partnership with renowned jeweler Chopard, 50 L’Oréal Paris spokes and models, 645 guests including A-list celebrities, tastemakers, and fashion and beauty influencers front row, took part in an unprecedented event with the support of the City of Paris.
L’Oréal Paris spokespeople who walked in the show included Alexina Graham, Barbara Palvin, Bianca Balti, Cheryl Cole, Doutzen Kroes, Jane Fonda, Helen Mirren, Irina Shayk, Lena Meyer Landrut, Liya Kebede, Li Yuchun, Luma Grothe, Maria Borges, Neelam Gill, Soo Joo Park, Taliana Vargas, Thylane Blondeau, Valentina Sampaio.
VIP guests who attended the show included Naomi Campbell, Jon Kortajarena, Aymeline Valade, Luc Besson, Laurent Bourgeois, Larry Bourgeois, Peter Brant Ii, Noemie Lenoir, Alain Fabien Delon, Arizona Muse, Kristina Bazan, Cindy Bruna, Marie-Ange Casta, Jasmine Sanders, Ines Rau, Petra Nemcova, Francisco Lachowski, Miss Fame, Val Mercado, Crystal Murray, Thais Klapisch, Annabelle Ferrera, Angelina Woreth, Kiddy Smile, Luis Borges, Renan Pacheco, Olivier Rousteing, Alexandre Mattiussi, Haider Ackermann, Olivier Theyskens, Joanna Senyk, Cedric Charlier, Elie Saab, David Koma, Loic Prigent, Mademoiselle Agnes, Louka Meliava, Catherine Loewe.
In addition to the show, the audience enjoyed a memorable master class given by the L’Oréal Paris team of beauty experts, in which some of the runway looks were recreated. Several hair and make-up cabins were positioned on the Champs-Élysées, allowing passers-by to test L’Oréal Paris products, celebrating the brands innovations as well as the beauty trends revealed on the catwalk, making beauty and fashion trends accessible to all. The designers showcased their Parisian fashion inspirations, highlighting looks available in stores now.