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Schiaparelli’s surrealist seductresses

Schiaparelli’s surrealist seductresses

Couturier Daniel Roseberry promised his guests a double fantasy at Schiaparelli – a meeting of the surrealism of the founder and the seductiveness of her fashion. He delivered on his promise.
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Paul Smith: a half-century and still standing

Paul Smith: a half-century and still standing

Sir Paul Smith celebrated his 50th Anniversary on Sunday night in Paris, and the stars came out to fete fashion’s best-loved knight.
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Fashionable feminism at Christian Dior Couture

​The tent for the Christian Dior couture show on Monday was a giant sculpture of a woman’s torso, announcing the theme of yet another bold and dramatic show by the houseʼs couturier Maria Grazia Chiuri.
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Doublet’s Paris Fashion Week show oozes charm and humour

For Doublet's first show on the official calendar, designer Masayuki Ino, winner of the LVMH Prize in 2018, transformed an art gallery into a crazily creative restaurant, cheerfully upending fashion norms.
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Design

Balenciaga to return to Haute Couture

Balenciaga to return to Haute Couture

The brand founded in 1917 by Cristóbal Balenciaga, considered one of the great masters of couture, will return to Paris Haute Couture Week in July, under the creative direction of Demna Gvasalia. 
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Designer Ayissi is first black African at fashion's top table

Designer Ayissi is first black African at fashion's top table

His father was undefeated boxing champion of Africa, now Imane Ayissi is making history himself by becoming the first sub-Saharan designer to show in the elite Paris haute couture week.
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Designer hopes green lingerie takes off

Eco-friendly lingerie brands are gaining ground in the fashion industry as environmental concerns encourage more and more companies to explore sustainable methods.
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Industry

Jean-Paul Gaultier announces that next couture show will be his last

In a short video published on his social media channels, designer Jean-Paul Gaultier has announced that his next couture show, scheduled for 22 January, will be "the last," and also promised the launch of a new concept. 
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