Closed fashion week in Milan, the fashion people moving to Paris, where for nine days (from 29 September to 7 October) are the scene ninety fashion show. Among the most anticipated trials, the duo Vaillant-Meyer at the creative helm of Courreges and the last show of Balenciaga by Alexander Wang.
Among the most interesting events of today – a day inaugurated this morning by Lucien Pellat Finet – is the fashion show of Anthony Vaccarello, a veteran of the London performances with Versace Versus, which presents its line. Scene also Köche, finalist dell’Lvmh Prize.
The highlight of the day will be tomorrow (30 September), when will go up on the catwalk Arnauld Vaillant and Sébastien Meyer, the new creative directors enrolled for the revival of the iconic Courreges. Leading the emerging brand Coperni, the designers are the first official designer of the label since, in 2011, the founder Andre Courreges and his wife Coqueline have sold the company to Jacques Bungert and Frederic Torloting.
Matadors with Courreges will Maison Margiela with John Galliano, Guy Laroche, Dries van Noten and Rochas (celebrating 90 years), but also with the new entry Vionnet Hussein Chalayan, called by Goga Ashkenaziper work in the team of the ready-to-wear .
Thursday, October 1 come on stage as other big Chloé, Carven, Manish Arora, Paco Rabanne, Balmain, Rick Owens and Lanvin. Special mention also goes to Vêtements, it marks the Georgian nation Parisian Demna Gvasalia, that the last session of fashion shows has made quite a stir.
Straight from New York came the sisters Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, who have chosen Paris as a showcase to present their collection The Row.
On October 2, promises to be another hot day: on stage are taking Loewe (designed by Jonathan Anderson), Chalayan, Issey Miyake, Christian Dior, Isabel Marant and especially Balenciaga: all eyes will be on the latest collection signed by Alexander Wang, who avevaassunto stylistic the reins of the brand three years ago.
Notably absent Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci, who at the opening of its new flagship store on Madison Avenue has marched in the Big Apple with an event “open”.
Saturday, October 3 continues with, among others, Junya Watanabe, Haider Ackermann, Mugler, Elie Saab, Comme des Garçons and Nina Ricci brand signed for a second season by Guillaume Henry, while on Sunday 4 will be the turn of Kenzo, Emanuel Ungaro , Céline, Roland Mouret, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen.
The pace will not slow down the last three days, during which you take turns as big as Stella McCartney, Giambattista Valli, Saint Laurent, Hermès, Chanel, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Moncler Gamme Rouge and Miu Miu.
Among the events in Paris there is also hot Schiaparelli: the brand, owned by Diego Della Valle, had enlisted Bertrand Guyon (former Valentino) as creative director last April. His debut on stage was in July with the haute couture