Treating the outsider as the brand’s protagonist, Maison Margiela calls upon the characters of today’s Beat Generation to join us in peaceful protest.
For Fall/Winter 2017, Riccardo Tisci used Western American references out of his childhood memories to build a positive Givenchy collection made of signature House codes such as horizontal stripes, stars, embroidered check patterns and graphic colorful prints.
Orwell’s 1984 finally comes to pass in Julius’ Neuromantika collection, riffing on themes of science fiction and duality in this season’s dystopian cyberpunk vision.
In a majestic homage to the rare Kazakh art of eagle hunting, Les Benjamins explores the regal Mongolian sport for Fall/Winter 2017.
This collection combines the ease of urban outfits, the outdoor spirit of trekking and the patterns that arise from nature’s energy.
Donatella Versace unveiled the lookbook for Versus Versace‘s Pre-Fall 2017 collection.
Taking inspiration from English royalty and Kings’ scandals of abdications to the art paint and costumes of Ainou and African tribes or even from their own experience of brotherhood, Valentin and Florentin Glémarec explored family, power games and a affiliation.