Tranoï men’s wear edition during Paris Fashion Week found its stride at their new location, Garage Amelot. The converted garage, somewhat destroyed, felt more modern and won over the crowd, it also hosted several shows including Egonlab, Louis Gabriel Nouchi, Botter, Aalto Recoded, MKNTN, and Gunther.


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The first day looked a bit slow due to the National Strike in France, but over the following three days visits from international buyers from cutting-edge multi-brand boutiques including French, Italian, German, Chinese, and Japanese department stores and press picked up dramatically. Visitors included French multi- label stores Galeries Lafayette, Bon Marché, l’Éclaireur, Monsieur Renomma, from Italy Sugar, Antonioli and Penelope and the American stores HLorenzo, Bergorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.


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Paris proved again to be the place for fashion! Along with Tranoï’s partnership with the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode, they partnered with London Show ROOMS. The curation of brands between the two was a great fit and united cultures under one roof. Upcycling, reworked materials, and sustainability were a strong focus across the spectrum of designers, each one taking a different innovative approach and many of them sourcing locally for the most effective low impact. One topic of conversion that kept up was the intersectionality of sustainability and breaking up gender codes.

While the Spring/Summer edition saw lots of colors, for Fall Winter 2023 there was a sense of reinventing basics while tailoring collided with 90s grunge. There was more of a focus on individual pieces that build your wardrobe instead of head-to-toe total looks, think of a less challenging new practicality. Textured played a big role from haute varnish to fuzzy faux fur. Colors were more muted and graphics more subtle. One of our favorite trends was the mish-mash of clashing colors and textures found in quilted-like pieces. However, everything is in the little details and most innovation is found in fabric. Speaking with Danish brand ISNURH, one of the most significant innovations isn’t just their vegan alternatives to leather but bringing the price down both for stockists and consumers. Expect a more affordable green wave in fashion to come!