This is a pretty amazing Parisian fashion week for us!

 As performance values ​​falter in a less promising world and tragic events multiply, the need to free ourselves from our mental load to regain creative energy becomes more than necessary. through the Parisian fashion of summer 2022 emerges the exploration of an alternative style allowing a more daring self-expression.

BLACK EVERYTHING

The black monochrome look for summer: a very special premise. Should we think of an emotional transcription of a collective fed up or the envy of a nocturnal brilliance atmosphere for a frenzied party? Whether at Balenciaga, Chanel, Givenchy or Acne Studios, dapper colors are rare, in favor of dark and deep harmonies with festive shine.

Balenciaga

Chanel

Givenchy

Acne Studios

Loewe

Valentino

Vetements

Bogdar

BLACK EVERYTHING

The black monochrome look for summer: a very special premise. Should we think of an emotional transcription of a collective fed up or the envy of a nocturnal brilliance atmosphere for a frenzied party? Whether at Balenciaga, Chanel, Givenchy or Acne Studios, dapper colors are rare, in favor of dark and deep harmonies with festive shine.

Balenciaga

Chanel

Givenchy

Acne Studios

Loewe

Valentino

Vetements

Bogdar

FULL LOOK LEATHER

If there is one material to remember this season, it is leather! Whether in lambskin, imitation leather, natural tanned leather, or varnished coating, leather is used today by the younger generation, letting themselves be guided by a melancholy sensuality. We feel a strong desire for self-expression, capsizing us for this eye-catching material. Far from a violent premise, and resembling the Queer wardrobe, it is a full leather silhouette with blackness and assumed eroticism that is offered to us. Not far from the looks of dominatrix SM, Parisian fashion then becomes infatuated with this fabrics with strong evocative power, to decline it on long skirts / dresses, bras and extra long peacoats.

Rick Owens

Rokh

Chanel

Alaia

Courreges

Acne Studios

Schiaparelli

Vetements

FULL LOOK LEATHER

If there is one material to remember this season, it is leather! Whether in lambskin, imitation leather, natural tanned leather, or varnished coating, leather is used today by the younger generation, letting themselves be guided by a melancholy sensuality. We feel a strong desire for self-expression, capsizing us for this eye-catching material. Far from a violent premise, and resembling the Queer wardrobe, it is a full leather silhouette with blackness and assumed eroticism that is offered to us. Not far from the looks of dominatrix SM, Parisian fashion then becomes infatuated with this fabrics with strong evocative power, to decline it on long skirts / dresses, bras and extra long peacoats.

Rick Owens

Rokh

Chanel

Alaia

Courreges

Acne Studios

Schiaparelli

Vetements

LOVER BALACLAVA

If the balaclava was democratized by Marine Serre & Gucci a few years ago, this time it is making its comeback, in an assumed version! Faced with climate change, the hot weather is long overdue, the balaclava becomes an interesting element not only in extreme cold, but also in mid-season. In a bodysuit version at Alaia, a sweater at Nina Ricci or a jacket at Heliot Emil, it brings both functional and daring sides!

Alaia

Nina Ricci

Heliot Emil

Balenciaga

Botter

LOVER BALACLAVA

If the balaclava was democratized by Marine Serre & Gucci a few years ago, this time it is making its comeback, in an assumed version! Faced with climate change, the hot weather is long overdue, the balaclava becomes an interesting element not only in extreme cold, but also in mid-season. In a bodysuit version at Alaia, a sweater at Nina Ricci or a jacket at Heliot Emil, it brings both functional and daring sides!

Alaia

Nina Ricci

Heliot Emil

Balenciaga

Botter

LOW WAIST PANTS

Star of the 2000s, the low waist pants are making a big comeback this season! Exit the high waist well installed! Placed well below the navel, this time it is worn with a bra or a crop top so as to leave as much skin as possible. In a slim version at Balmain and Acne Studios, it enhances a liberated sex appeal. Also played in a suit trouser version at Lanvin and Miu Miu, it falls nonchalantly on the hips, for a more relaxed Bosslady look.

Balmain

Acne Studios

Lanvin

Miu Miu

Coperni

LOW WAIST PANTS

Star of the 2000s, the low waist pants are making a big comeback this season! Exit the high waist well installed! Placed well below the navel, this time it is worn with a bra or a crop top so as to leave as much skin as possible. In a slim version at Balmain and Acne Studios, it enhances a liberated sex appeal. Also played in a suit trouser version at Lanvin and Miu Miu, it falls nonchalantly on the hips, for a more relaxed Bosslady look.

Balmain

Acne Studios

Lanvin

Miu Miu

Coperni

MINI SKIRT

Finally, the must have of the season all fashion week combined, is indeed the mini-skirt! The lengths are shortened in a mini version, marrying that carefree lightness of life that we so need. Spotted in neutral colors: black, gray or beige, it is still played extra high waist whether at Chanel, Courrèges or Vetements. MiuMiu takes it one step further, however, by trying out the low-rise micro mini-skirt that is reminiscent of Y2K starlets Paris Hilton and Nicole Ricci. At the time, popularized by the reality TV show “The simple life”, the extra low waist and crop-top micro-skirt look became the staple of our 2000s wardrobe. 20 years later, here are remastered.

Chanel

Courreges

Vetements

Dior

Hermès

Lanvin

Miu Miu

Acne Studios

Heliot Emil

Ester Manas

MINI SKIRT

Finally, the must have of the season all fashion week combined, is indeed the mini-skirt! The lengths are shortened in a mini version, marrying that carefree lightness of life that we so need. Spotted in neutral colors: black, gray or beige, it is still played extra high waist whether at Chanel, Courrèges or Vetements.MiuMiu takes it one step further, however, by trying out the low-rise micro mini-skirt that is reminiscent of Y2K starlets Paris Hilton and Nicole Ricci. At the time, popularized by the reality TV show “The simple life”, the extra low waist and crop-top micro-skirt look became the staple of our 2000s wardrobe. 20 years later, here are remastered.

Chanel

Courrèges

Vetements

Dior

Hermès

Lanvin

Miu Miu

Acne Studios

Heliot Emil

Ester Manas

BALMAIN ANNIVERSARY

Happy event of this Parisian fashion week: the Balmain fashion show where Olivier Rousteing celebrates his 10 years of collaboration with the brand. He chose to build his show in two parts: first of all a tribute to the Archives pieces that made the reputation of the House under his aegis (cage dresses, etc.) worn by the iconic models of previous seasons (Naomie Campbell, Carla Bruni, Mila Jovovitch, Lara Stone…), then a new collection inspired by his sad and recent accident. Burnt all over his body, Olivier then imagines magnificent dresses, jackets and pants that bandage the body in a graphic and sensual way. A way of turning this tragic event into a poetic creative proposition.

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

RIP ALBERT ELBAZ

Finally, the long-awaited highlight of this fashion week was the show in honor of Albert Elbaz: “Love Brings Love”! Died a few monts ago, 45 designers wanted to pay tribute to him through the creation of a silhouette for his brand AZ Factory, thus closing this fashion week in a moving way.

The catwalk therefore took place in a poignant atmosphere: total darkness, a few showers of grazing colored light and the voice of Albert Elbaz in the background. A plurality of iconic models then appear (Amber Valletta, Karen Elson, Anna Cleveland, Mariacarla Boscono, Anja Rubik …) sublimating his style, through looks that echo her DNA: the schoking pink by Alaia, Versace & Louis Vuitton, the oversized bow by Simone Rocha, bubble shapes and dizzying volumes by Balenciaga and Lanvin, shiny satin by Burberry and Rick Owens, hearts by Jean Paul Gaultier, Victor & Rolf & Vetements, oversized ruffle finishes by Schiaparelli & Valentino and black smocking by Saint Laurent.

While preserving the past, creativity is multiplied to sublimate, strengthen and brighten up our future!

AZ Factory

AZ Factory – Alaia

AZ Factory – Balenciaga

AZ Factory – Lanvin

AZ Factory – Factory Studio

AZ Factory – Factory Studio

BALMAIN ANNIVERSARY

Happy event of this Parisian fashion week: the Balmain fashion show where Olivier Rousteing celebrates his 10 years of collaboration with the brand. He chose to build his show in two parts: first of all a tribute to the Archives pieces that made the reputation of the House under his aegis (cage dresses, etc.) worn by the iconic models of previous seasons (Naomie Campbell, Carla Bruni, Mila Jovovitch, Lara Stone…), then a new collection inspired by his sad and recent accident. Burnt all over his body, Olivier then imagines magnificent dresses, jackets and pants that bandage the body in a graphic and sensual way. A way of turning this tragic event into a poetic creative proposition.

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

Balmain

RIP ALBERT ELBAZ

Finally, the long-awaited highlight of this fashion week was the show in honor of Albert Elbaz: “Love Brings Love”! Died a few monts ago, 45 designers wanted to pay tribute to him through the creation of a silhouette for his brand AZ Factory, thus closing this fashion week in a moving way.

The catwalk therefore took place in a poignant atmosphere: total darkness, a few showers of grazing colored light and the voice of Albert Elbaz in the background. A plurality of iconic models then appear (Amber Valletta, Karen Elson, Anna Cleveland, Mariacarla Boscono, Anja Rubik …) sublimating his style, through looks that echo her DNA: the schoking pink by Alaia, Versace & Louis Vuitton, the oversized bow by Simone Rocha, bubble shapes and dizzying volumes by Balenciaga and Lanvin, shiny satin by Burberry and Rick Owens, hearts by Jean Paul Gaultier, Victor & Rolf & Vetements, oversized ruffle finishes by Schiaparelli & Valentino and black smocking by Saint Laurent.

While preserving the past, creativity is multiplied to sublimate, strengthen and brighten up our future!

AZ Factory – Albert Elbaz

AZ Factory – Alaia

AZ Factory – Balenciaga

AZ Factory – Lanvin

AZ Factory – Factory Studio

AZ Factory – Factory Studio

FANNY JOLY
FASHION DESIGNER

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