David Morris has linked with Farfetch to sell jewellery online in a first for the firm and the sector with it saying it’s the first time an upscale jeweller has launched a High Jewellery collection via e-commerce.
The new line's pieces tailor all of the brand's classic items for men and women—fitted blazers, cardigans, crisp white button-downs, ties and tie bars, tapered trousers, pleated skirts and more—down to pre-teen size.
One brand that appeared to be gathering momentum is the house of Alaïa, which profited from haute couture week in Paris to present its latest ideas, many mined very literally from the house's unique archives.
Another day, another loungewear launch. This time it’s British heritage brand Hawes & Curtis that has unveiled its first ever luxury loungewear collection “to reflect consumer demand during the pandemic”.
For the first time, the Italian designer has presented his couture collection in Milan, channeling the fresh, carefree attitude of young sophisticates with an aesthetic that is both sober and precious.
Paris fashion weeks shows often don’t only take place in Paris anymore. Due to the pandemic, entire seasons now take place online, and many “phygital” shows actually take place in other countries, or even continents.
The menswear season in Paris boasts literally scores of nationalities, and plenty of designers who concentrate on wearable clothes with a twist, and a point of view. We look at four who summed up the impressive range.
The opening day of Paris haute couture week ended with three experienced designers -- Giambattista Valli, Julie de Libran and Olivier Theyskens at Azzaro -- showing collections that captured the couture's energy.
Once, fashion weeks were all about showing clothes for a precise season. Now brands treat fashion weeks as seasonless affairs. Case in point, JW Anderson, who showed a pre-collection for Paris Fashion Week menswear.