French fashion designer Olivier Rousteing is known for tailoring formfitting silhouettes, but it’s his love of football — dating back to childhood — that sits at the heart of the NikeLab x Olivier Rousteing: Football Nouveau collection.
Olivier Rousteing has been named as the new designer of Balmain after Christophe Decarnin left the French fashion house. Rousteing, a relative unknown outside of fashion circles, worked at Roberto Cavalli in Milan for nearly six years and became the head… »
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Eight finalists selected from 40 of the world’s most respected design schools yesterday took part in a fashion show at The Orangery in Kensington Palace, London. Each finalist presented four looks from their graduation collections to an audience that included the jury and, for the first time, invited members of the global fashion media.
Last night on Wall Street in New York, the Balmain x H&M collection made its global runway debut in front of a celebrity-packed audience. Kylie Jenner, Diane Kruger, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alexa Chung were among the… »
H&M released the lookbook for its fall guest collaboration with the Parisian house of Balmain. A veritable bastion of French luxury, under the creative directorship of young Olivier Rousteing, Balmain has grown into a global pop-culture phenomenon.
H&M is proud to announce its autumn guest collaboration with the Parisian house of Balmain. A veritable bastion of French luxury, under the creative directorship of young Olivier Rousteing, Balmain has grown into a global pop-culture phenomenon. Yesterday night, Rousteing… »
Bakay Diaby, Louis Steyaert, Miroslav Cech, Romeo Caminos, Ryan Tift and Xavier Serrano photographed by Mariano Vivanco and styled by Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing, for the March 2015 issue of Têtu magazine.
Olivier Rousteing’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection for Balmain, features rock n’ roll and sailing influences and materials like leather, cotton, wool and cashmere.