Paris Fashion Week autumn winter 2020


Paris Fashion Week began when Milan presented the performances on January 14, 2020. Busy when Milan Pairs Fashion Week had 72 performances and 22 presentations.

Our week started with Valentino. FKA twists on stage performance, a statement by Pierpaolo Piccioli to get the romantic and soft feeling in the masculine world. An army of bespoke looks that felt easy to be transformed from being a sophisticated person into street clothes, mixing floral prints and coats to create a new vision of menswear. The collection showed an important collaboration with logo shoes designed together with the Japanese brand Onitsuka Tiger, as well as pieces decorated with the evocative works by Melanie Matranga, in addition to writing on T-shirts.

Day two began Amiri. A brand known for its distinctive design of deconstructed, hand embellished jeans, leather jackets, grungy flannel shirts and graphic sweaters. For this season we saw some changes to the pieces with the addition of larger luggage in addition to many vintage scarf prints. The exhibition had men and women showing off the latest collection. The following were Louis Vuitton past Virigl Abloh, one of the most awaited shows during men's fashion week. Started with the invitation which was in the form of a clock ticking back in the countdown to the show. For this season, Abloh chooses the changed premise for boyhood at Louis Vuitton, he examines the lifelong relationship that teens and young men formed with sweaters and suits. It is material and figurative exercise in freedom, presented within the familiar tailored constraints. Surrealism is the instinctive act of making the ordinary extraordinary. The abstraction of the familiar extends routine horizons and makes you see the world through unopened eyes. Virgil Abloh applies the surreal mechanics to rewind the clock on our collective age-understood understanding. Staring at the world through a child's optics – a teenager or a young man – equals first impressions, to the purity of the mind and the refreshing optimism of naivety. The turn of the year means appetite for new motives.

Day three began Les Benjimans. Exhibition for the first time as part of Paris Fashion Week, the Turkish based brand. Combine focused and relaxed pieces with authentic techniques and new fabric developments. A dusted flock mimics a tissue effect in soft mustard over gray woolen suede and outerwear. In a collage of textiles, the contoured panels in sleeves and pants remember the psychedelic graphics of the 70s vinyl cover. GMBH followed by showing shapes they came with first in stitching and draping and then with an interplay of mixed materials, while in the second half of the show the collection expanded to colored patches and versions of mixed link chain prints. The evening of the third day began Dior past Kim Jones. Kim Jones pulling on Dior archives and iconography to celebrate the house's timeless elegance. A tribute to a dear friend of Jones, Judy Blame. The collection highlighted details and clips as an ode Christian Dior love that architecture. The Dior cloth is revisited in pearl embroidery, while Dior the logo is pierced with a safety pin. The pieces showed a clear inspiration from the Haute Couture of the house. The height of the look was gloves that completed every look and feel Dior oblique was reinterpreted with pearls on shirts and more. The night ended Balmain, showing Olivier Rousting army. The show was covered with sand-colored runway and models wearing sandals and dressed in draped clothes designed for hot climates. Finally, it was a dramatic modern dance performance. Rousting mixed classic camel skirt, a blue blazer with shiny buttons, with shapes. There were also coats for chilly Sahara nights and loose, cramped knits.

Day four of our schedule was over Loewe and Jacquemus. LOEWE showcased a collection that pairs textures and shapes in blurry compositions of opacity and brilliance. Creative Director Jonathan Anderson considers that the function is reduced or twisted and the definitions are blurred. A blazer is designed as outerwear, army shorts resemble a skirt, the sleeves are elongated, a cape is transformed into a coat. Move to Jacquemus, after a successful one-off showing last season in lavender fields in Provence that we attended and covered last season. Jacquemus returned to Paris after announcing that the brand will show co-trained collections on the men's schedule which is continuing. (Good news for us). The show and collection was called "L & # 39; Année 97," or "The Year & # 39; 97." The year 1997 then Jacquemus was only seven years old, which is when he designed his first clothes for his mother. The Lord's eyes followed the DNA of a brand centered around the country boy meets southern France. Loose silhouettes, baggy pants and cargo shirts dominated the assortment.

The last day of Paris Fashion Week began with the British label Alfred Dunhill. The old guard and avant-garde are both celebrated recently Dunhill collection, where tradition and subversion work together in a distinctly British way. The technical specificity of men's clothing is celebrated, with British tailor-made traditions explored and experimented with, giving a new decision on deconstruction. The introduction of pegged trousers in felt and eel leather, a nod to New Romantics, gives a more relaxed bottom half to the silhouette. Standard paper is avoided, but is tailor-made both rigorous and sensual. The following will come Paul Smith which celebrated this season's 50th anniversary for the brand. The show had a victory feel, we saw jumper with Smith's red spaghetti pattern from 1995 knitted in a deconstructed, unfinished style. Other highlights included floral print on dark denim that appeared on several pieces in addition to the hoodie covered in Paul Smith logo newsprint. We ended our fashion week this season with Acne Studios he created a double show for men and women separated by a wall with a huge mirror coming from the ceiling that makes you see both shows at the same time. Several jackets and coats had a curved cut at the front – the result of the program which interpreted pictures of open jackets and coats.