Fashion Designers

Once again Daniel Roseberry proved the creative and surrealistic side of the Maison with presenting gilded cut out face parts as a necklace and a vast “ear iPhone case”. Seeing the artistic director also considers the present-day technology and adapting to it. As the body focus is visible throughout the whole collection, particularly shaped breasts in various forms, sizes and materials became part of the clothing.

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High Fashion meets childhood dreams. Lanvin Fall 2021 embodies the adult version of playing dress up. Bruno Sialelli reminds us that high fashion shows can still be fun with a music video-esque feeling of shopping spree meets luxurious hotel party. Set to the soundtrack of Rich Girl by Gwen Stefani with an Eve cameo rapping her verse to the models over Facetime. The collection is filled with bold colors and playful textures. One of the oldest French fashion houses has found the perfect collection and show to draw in the emotions of Y2K nostalgia to the younger buyer.

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While his label Ami is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, Alexandre Mattiussi offers a new mixed collection revisiting many basics in monochrome sets with particularly contemporary minimalism, assuming the influence of early 90s fashion. Alexandre Mattiussi has proven his ability to continuously and effectively revisit the great basics of male and female wardrobes, subtly distinguished by details, sharp cuts and quality materials.

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In a space of brutalist architecture, Isabel Marant presents an autumn-winter 2021-2022 collection where her folk aesthetic inspired by the rock stars of the 60s meets the energy of the techno world of the 90s. Isabel Marant evokes her nostalgia for the party in an autumn-winter 2021-2022 collection, this collection gives new impetus to the bohemian aesthetic of Isabel Marant.

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Owens brings his E.T. army, a short distance from his own home, to a misty jettie scene. A couture-esque, elongated cosmic warrior steers the ‘unhinged male aggression.’ This collection drags puffer capes and single-sleeved, mishaped shoulders over sequined bodysuits; Owens corrupts the body for the purpose of acknowledging the comfort people need right now but also decorating the body with his consistent cinematic and rageful touch.

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The dreams from your bedroom. Julien Dossena embellishes the body with layered ornamentation, rewinding back to bourgeois and aristocratic ciphers. With a shiny ‘70s and ‘80s French imagery, the film makes you feel exhilarated for the parties and glam to come. Rabanne puts girls in motion, radiating in blasted color and fringed collars to the chin.

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Chills through your screen, we are taken to the snow-covered Dolomites. Taking the puffer trend to the next level. Miuccia sticks to her youthful color palette with a mixture of puffers and slips the collection embodies 2021. The show contrasts full coverage and no coverage. While we may not see ourselves wearing slip dresses in the snow, we can imagine ourselves après ski in Miu Miu’s colorful knits.

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Nicolas Ghesquière grants us ‘a moment of fashion,’ accompanied by ancient sculptures and electrified aura. Women foaming at the legs with pastel skirts, embracing oversized jackets and graphic sacks swallowing the torso; LV guides the joyful and enticing visual for you at home. Ghesquière aimed to emphasize this period in time with an elevated way of inventing and illustrating the body, using his location and the element of movement to his creative advantage.

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Balmain around the world. This time Olivier Rousteing chose the airport for his fashion show venue, as brands must change their way of approaching and displaying a fashion show. While some models strut casually over the wing of an airplane, other´s presented the Balmain costumes in a universe looking environment, making us think they just returned from the moon. This harmonized with the neon and tin foil colors which represent futuristic colors.

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Back to the 90s with Virginie Viard in Chanel. Possibly inspired and certainly reminding of the 1994 Chanel ready-to-wear collection, with colorful faux fur as seen in this year's fashion show again. The viewers got taken back to the past, as parts of the fashion film are presented in black and white. In time´s in which we all float in nostalgia and hope for better days, the show made it possible to escape for a short time.

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