FLY JET NEWS FASHION. Haute Couture Week has just ended in Paris, providing a golden opportunity for exclusive Maisons to present their latest 2023 collections. Two LVMH houses, Dior and Fendi, presented their new creations at the week-long event. Review of Dior Haute Couture show. At the heart of the work of Ukrainian artist Olesya Trofimenko is the tree of life, which became the starting point for the Dior Fall/Winter 2023 Haute Couture collection, created by the artistic director of the House, Maria Grazia Chiuri. This Dior collection consists of a series of pieces inspired by folklore. A concept that makes it easy to invest in several models thanks to the abundance of embroidery done in cotton threads, silk and rope. Shades of beige in some cases are complemented by black or blue. Embroidery is done on cotton fabrics, woolen crepe, silk and cashmere. Dresses are decorated with lace and guipure of bronze and black colors. For long and light dresses, following the lines of the body in a virtuoso play of outfits, silk chiffon was chosen. Wide trench coats made of silk or cotton with embroidery complement long dresses. Thus, Maria Grazia Chiuri perceives fashion through the filter of art, exploring the territory of tradition. In this space of reflection that is the Atelier, materials and silhouettes take shape, permeated by the social reality in which we live. Fendi. For the Fendi fall/winter collection, Kim Jones, art director of the couture and womens collections, created a dialogue between Kyoto, Paris and Rome. When creating it, he used interesting parallels between East and West, male and female, natural and artificial, as well as between tradition and modernity. Floral motifs on the asymmetric dresses are reminiscent of Japanese Kata Yuzens hand-painting technique, while dresses embellished with sparkling crystals express the spirit of Paris. This feeling of French Japonism is set off by the Italian approach to tailleur. References to the menswear tradition can be found in Vicuna suits and cognac-coloured calfskin pieces. Kim Jones bridges the past, present and future of the Roman haute couture house in these exquisitely elegant new designs. Loro Piana. CashDenim by Loro Piana, a fusion of denim and cashmere.In its womens fall-winter 2023 collection, the House introduced CashDenim, a denim and cashmere fusion. Created as the result of a unique exchange of knowledge between Piedmontese artisans Loro Piana and Japanese denim experts, this fabric reflects the spirit of the creative union of two cultures, aimed at the search for perfection. Renowned for its work with rare and precious materials, the Italian House draws on both the tradition of previous generations and cutting-edge technology to create products of unrivaled quality. A striking result of this approach is the CashDenim jeans and jacket from this seasons collection. Intentionally simple pieces created with one goal in mind to give everyday wear the unrivaled luxury that characterizes Loro Piana. As the name suggests, CashDenim is a combination of 60% denim and 40% cashmere. To achieve this delicate combination, craftsmen can work very slowly on the fabric on vintage looms that are rarely used in todays textile mills. Craftsmen with this experience work in the province of Bingo (Japan) - a place that is a symbol of this authentic Japanese technology. With this innovative material, Loro Piana, always striving for perfection, transcends the boundaries of old Japanese tradition and modern Italian innovation. Since its founding in 1959 in Argentina House CHANDON has consistently produced excellent sparkling wines with a unique taste. Always striving to go beyond, in the 60 years of its existence, the House has spread its presence around the world, and now the sun never sets on its domains. CHANDON recently unveiled its latest creation, the Garden Spritz, hailing from exotic lands and dressed in elegant new attire from a brand that has been innovating for over 60 years. Refined and original, simple and intriguing, the CHANDON Garden Spritz blend combines CHANDON sparkling wine with a delicious liquor, the recipe of which is kept secret. House winemakers created it on the basis of natural extracts from orange peels, herbs and spices, without adding any artificial colors and flavors. A unique alcoholic drink in the best traditions of spritz cocktails. The main ingredient of CHANDON Garden Spritz is sparkling wine CHANDON Brut, produced by a team of winemakers and winegrowers in the Argentinean province of Mendoza in the foothills of the Andes. For this wine grape varieties used are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Semillon, growing at an altitude of more than 1000 meters. Here, the terroir and climate naturally contribute to the fact that this unique sparkling wine has such a fresh, mature aroma with good acidity. A savory bitter taste is obtained by natural soaking of orange peels, fresh aromatic herbs and spices. The secret lies in the use of a special variety of Valencia oranges, which has a unique balance of sour and sweet taste. These oranges are grown without the use of pesticides and are handpicked on a family farm in the province of Entre Rios in northeastern Argentina. Oranges are harvested as carefully as grapes to determine the optimum time for picking and to produce the most elegant flavor. Orange peels are slowly dried and then soaked in grappa with the addition of fresh peels and zest. The sun-infused elixir will reveal its unique freshness when you add a few ice cubes, a slice of dried orange and a sprig of rosemary to the glass. True to its traditions and respectful of the soil, CHANDON cares about the preservation of its terroirs and crops, applying the principles of sustainable development in viticulture. In particular, this includes the hand-picking of oranges and grapes, as well as cooperation with partners practicing sustainable agriculture. CHANDON strives for perfection in everything the wine is left to mature for at least six months before the infused liquor is added to it. Herbs and spices are soaked for six weeks to six months, depending on their type. The bitter notes of orange are paired with fragrant notes of Argentinean and Brazilian herbs, as well as warm and woody notes from spices from India, Central America and Madagascar. Wine CHANDON Garden Spritz has a delicious natural taste. It is certified free of any artificial colors and flavors, and the oranges used in it are grown without the use of pesticides. Moreover, five tons of waste - orange seeds, peels and zest - are used as compost in the CHANDON vineyards.
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Highlights from the spring/summer 2023 shows.Catch up on all the latest catwalk collections.
nother season of fashion shows has now wrapped, with the spring/summer 2023 collections debuting in New York, London, Milan and Paris.In New York, we had Fendi celebrating the 25th anniversary of the iconic Baguette, alongside the latest collections from Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger and Tom Ford, while in Milan we had Kim Kardashian collaborating with Dolce & Gabbana, Paris Hilton making a surprise appearance at Versace and Kate Moss walking exclusively for Bottega Veneta.
The shows culminated in Paris, with the newest collections from Chanel, Dior and Louis Vuitton.Gucci.gucci twinsburg milan fashion week spring summer 2023.In some truly masterful casting, Guccis Alessandro Michele enlisted 68 sets of identical twins for his spring/summer 2023 show.
Titled Gucci Twinsburg, the show was inspired by the designers mother and her twin sister,two extraordinary women who made their twinship the ultimate seal of their existence.As he explained,the grace of their duplicated and expanded love gave rise to my eternal fascination for the double, for the things that seem to reflect equal to themselves. The resulting collection was a tribute to the magic of twins and, in duplicating the clothes, an exploration of the way in which they seem to lose their status of singularity, are a reflection of each other, and yet still allow for the expression of individuality.Dior.Each Maria Grazia Chiuri collection is about opening up room for the creative imagination. the house wrote in the show notes. For this ready-to-wear show, she has adopted the image of a map of Paris from the houses archives.Through this, Grazia Chiuri traced her own path, between autobiography and reflection, and then nodded to the Tuileries Gardens, created according to Catherine de Medicis wishes.An Italian noblewoman who arrived at the French court in 1533, she is an emblematic figure of the relationship between women and power, and Maria Grazia Chiuri is fascinated by her political intelligence and the innovations she pioneered, such as heeled shoes, the corset, and Burano lace, which were all brought into the royal manufactures.
Fendi.fendi spring summer 2023 new york fashion week.Fendi opened New York Fashion Week this season with a show celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Baguette – and creative director Kim Jones, along with Silvia Venturini Fendi, enlisted an impressive line-up of collaborators for the occasion: Marc Jacobs, Sarah Jessica Parker and Tiffany & Co.I didnt want to do a traditional collection for the anniversary – rather it’s a celebration of a time, of the moment the Baguette became famous, said Jones.I relate that time to a sense of freedom in excess and fun – both qualities the Baguette possesses.The result was a joyful tribute to the iconic piece – as interpreted by each of the creative collaborators – spanning both clothing and accessories: from classic handbags to minuscule clutches, wristlets, pins and even jewellery.Saint Laurent.This season, Anthony Vaccarello was inspired by American choreographer Martha Graham, who was known for reshaping and revolutionising modern dance. He was particularly drawn to the tube dresses that her dancers wore in a 1930 production, and used these as the basis of much of the collection, sending clingy, draped, hooded dresses down the catwalk in a variety of earthy tones. There was also, of course, lots of leather in the form of floor-length coats, and he dialled up the glamour with sharp shoulders and killer accessories.Tom Ford.tom ford spring 2023.As to be expected, there was glamour galore on the Tom Ford catwalk, which amped up the sparkle and shine to close New York Fashion Week with a bang.There was metallic tailoring and an emphasis on lace underpinnings, with disco-ready dresses shimmering down the catwalk, while the grand finale saw the Hadid sisters close the show in head-to-toe sequins, with big hair, bigger heels and even bigger earrings.
Dolce & Gabbana.For spring/summer 2023, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana teamed up with Kim Kardashian – who they describe as the ultimate muse. With Kardashian playing the role of collection curator, the trio went through the brand's 90s and 00s archives, selecting some of her favourite pieces, and looks that they felt were inspired by the reality TV star – many of which were then slightly tweaked and repurposed to make a new collection exploring the most authentic DNA of Dolce & Gabbana.If it is true that fashion moves forward in search of ever-new expressions, when creativity is firmly rooted in its identity it knows how to transcend time and space, explained the show notes.Thus, even when it is rethought, repurposed, reinterpreted through the eyes of the present and the consciousness of the past, it retains its most genuine nature while managing to speak to many different generations.
Prada.prada milan fashion week womenswear springsummer 2023.For spring/summer 2023, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons presented a collection designed to be a sequence of realities, with a focus on contrasting elements.There is an interrelationship between the raw and the sensual, between delicacy and roughness, explained the show notes. "The collection plays constantly with dissimilitude and paradox, shifting between different visions, separate realities.The pair also invited film director Nicolas Winding Refn to conceive an experience around the collection, which took the form of an immersive installation and a series of short films exploring the lives of women and modern femininity.
Bottega Veneta.bottega veneta spring summer 2023 milan fashion week.Elegance met utility in Matthieu Blazy's second collection for Bottega Veneta, which was focused on the quiet power of the everyday, set against a colourful catwalk designed by Italian architect Gaetano Pesce and featured a surprise star turn from Kate Moss in jeans and a checked shirt.The premise is simple the collection is about a contrast of characters on the go, invited to travel through Gaetano Pesce’s landscape, Blazy said. I wanted to design not just for one woman or one man, but for women and men. From the perverse banality of the everyday nubuck looks, to the eroticism of ultra-sophistication through tailoring, via the look of the bourgeois left of the past, to the souvenirs worn by a high-brow traveller... The whole world in a small room.
Salvatore Ferragamo.I wanted to pay tribute to Salvatores start by bringing in the culture of Hollywood but new Hollywood, Maximilian Davis said of his Ferragamo debut, unveiling a renaissance of the brands Hollywood history.Its ease and sensuality; its sunset and sunrise.The designer embraced flashes of fetishism, elevated everyday essentials and sleek, draped eveningwear. The collection was also inspired by the sparkling red shoes Ferragamo made for Marilyn Monroe in 1959, with crystals scattered throughout, while the Wanda bag (first introduced in 1988 and named after Salvatore’s wife) was reinterpreted in sleek new proportions.It was about looking into the archive and establishing what could be redefined to become relevant for today, he explained. I want each piece to feel playful, but also desirable as an object. To stand on its own.
Burberry.In what transpired to be Riccardo Tiscis final collection for the British fashion house (before announcing the appointment of Daniel Lee as chief creative officer), Burberry showed its September show in London a few weeks later than planned, having delayed out of respect for the royal family after the Queens death.The A-list catwalk saw Naomi Campbell, Karen Elson and Bella Hadid walk, while Kanye West sat on the front row.In summer, in Britain, the beach is a place of democracy, of community,Tisci said of his inspiration for SS23. It is where people from all cultures can join together in simple pleasures. I wanted to translate that ideology that emotion – to an entire collection. I wanted to express that spirit of togetherness and joy, that reality.
We explored a new sensuality a consciousness of the body. I was inspired by the liberation and openness of youth, of people embracing their bodies and revealing them a pride in themselves, who they are, their identities. Their freedom.
Michael Kors.michael kors spring 2023.Michael Kors transported his front-row guests to the ultimate luxury getaway for his urban resort spring/summer 2023 show – a collection of sleek, city styling set against a backdrop of lush greenery.Urban resort to me is the best of both worlds, it’s the luxury and sleek elegance of city life with the laid-back glamour you find in the best resorts, says Michael Kors.This collection uses a lot of elements that you normally find on holiday—lots of white, lots of bareness, soft caftans, bare strappy sandals—mixed with the crisp tailoring and polish you need in an urban environment.There was an emphasis on movement and light, accentuated by shimmering liquid fabrics and high-shine sequins, providing the sort of pared-back glamour for which the brand has become known – designed to be worn in whichever luxurious destination you happen to be jetting off to next.Versace.versace milan fashion week womenswear spring summer 2023.If there was ever a sign that fashions obsession with Nineties and Noughties nostalgia isn't going anywhere, it's Paris Hilton closing the Versace show in a sparkling pink chainmail mini dress and fingerless gloves – a look that could have come straight from her wardrobe in The Simple Life era.She was the grand finale in a typically starry catwalk line-up – featuring everyone from Bella and Gigi Hadid to Irina Shayk and Emily Ratajkowski. The show saw a more gothic turn from Donatella Versace, who this season was inspired by rebellious women, blending darkly romantic bridal looks with slashed dresses and lots of leather.
I have always loved a rebel, a woman who is confident, smart, and a little bit of a diva, the designer said.
Giorgio Armani.giorgio armani milan fashion week womenswear spring summer 2023.Giorgio Armani created a collection that was designed to soothe for the new season, inspired by an overall sense of lightness – both in terms of weightlessness and luminosity.Models showcased pieces in delicate and diaphanous fabrics, in colours that shifted from golden neutrals to purple and inky blue. Silhouettes were long and liquid, and evanescent like a desert mirage, explained the show notes. Ethereal, airy and fluid, any weight was both literally and metaphorically lifted, to embrace the female figure with sweet spirituality.
Stella McCartney.Blending fashion with art, Stella McCartneys latest collection featured the work of legendary Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara, inspired by his slogan Change The History. Minimal and sensual in design, the collection was made with 87 per cent conscious materials, the brands most responsible to date, while it also featured the luxury industrys first-ever garment made from regenerative cotton, a T-shirt.
Valentino.Entitled Unboxing, Valentino moved past the pink for spring/summer 2023 with Pierpaolo Piccioli presenting an idea that focused on individuality, referencing how couture collections are made. Almost every design featured a base (a T-shirt or tank top) made to match the models skin colour, created in stretchy fabrics so that they could fit a range of body shapes. This idea came about when thinking about the bustiers which are used to underpin couture gowns.Loewe.Jonathan Andersons latest collection for Loewe was based on the erotic tension and precision of an anthurium flower, which he described as a product of nature that looks like an object of design, and is treated as such. This was an example of natural fake, he said – things that can be found in nature that look fake, but are in fact real. Some references to this were very literal with dresses, tops and footwear adorned with three-dimensional floral details.
Givenchy.Presented in a show that focussed completely on womenswear, Matthew M. Williams explored a transatlantic clash of city wardrobes for Givenchys SS23 collection. More specifically, he looked at the cosmopolitan dress codes of France and America.This collection is an investigation into the dress codes that tie us together across mentalities and continents: two culturally specific wardrobes from very different places – Paris and Los Angeles... It's a study of the elements we associate with Parisian chic and California cool, and how those contrasts have integrated in the digital, borderless world.
Off-White.Off–White defined the grey area between black and white. It was the space where Virgil explored nuances and challenged notions of luxury through style and dress...It belonged to the culture as much as it was Virgils own, and over the decade since its founding, it has defined an era. Now, in our hands, we are entrusted with a legacy that we must handle with care. And in the year since his passing, one question prevailed: where do we go from here? Under Ibrahim Kamara, the houses new image and art director, Off-White presented a collection that was a celebration of Abloh's life and work, while also touching on an important pressing issue facing America today, abortion rights. Off-White collaborated with artist Jenny Holzer, launching T-shirts that will raise money for Planned Parenthood.Even when dreaming up new worlds, we must speak about the harsh realities of our present everyday lives, the show notes read.Balmain.With Cher on the catwalk and Kylie Jenner on the front row, Olivier Rousteing made a splash with his latest show, which he named The Balmain Festival.It is this houses annual celebration of the beautiful possibilities that might be achieved by combining the best in music and fashion.So, to close this year’s festival, we couldnt possibly think of a better artist than Cher. After all, she’s been making it clear to everyone — ever since the Sixties — just how powerful the perfect combo of those two arts can be.
Paris Fashion Week has come to an end. Gladly returning to the usual show format, designers demonstrate their vision of a new, post-pandemic fashion.
We offer to recall the brightest and most memorable shows that took place in the French capital.
5 most beautiful trends from Paris Fashion Week OCTOBER 10, 2022 Spring-Summer 2023. Fashion Week has ended in Paris. This season was remembered for its intense activity and high-profile moments, including a performance at the Coperni show with Bella Hadid in the title role, Kanye West's scandalous Yeezy show, as well as the debut shows of Victoria Beckham and Zimmermann on the Paris catwalk. Summing up Paris Fashion Week, we study the most beautiful trends that we will wear in half a year. Belts. 5 most beautiful trends from Paris Fashion Week Coperni, Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu. Designers decided to give belts a new life. Now they are offered to be styled not only in the usual way on the belt, but also as details on jackets, dresses and tops. Aged denim. 5 most beautiful trends from Paris Fashion Week Balenciaga, Givenchy, Miu Miu.
Judging by the latest collections, fashion is back aged denim is back, which until recently was considered bad taste. Next spring, look for models with a clear effect of wear and tear in all sorts of muted shades: from blue to gray and beige. Sheer maxi. 5 most beautiful trends from Paris Fashion Week Saint Laurent, Chanel, Victoria Beckham.
Fashion for sexy and everything transparent does not leave catwalks for several seasons in a row. This spring Saint Laurent, Chanel and Victoria Beckham want to dress all fashionistas in floor-length sheer evening dresses to highlight the beauty of the female body.Crop tops.5 of the most beautiful trends from Paris Fashion Week Courreges, Miu Miu, Lanvin.Another nude trend. There is only one rule here: the shorter and more frank, the better. The main thing is not to neglect training in the gym. Femininity. 5 most beautiful trends from Paris Fashion Week.
Ester Manas, Christian Dior, Zimmermann. Luxurious dresses, frills, delicate shades and floral prints - this is how designers glorified femininity on the Paris catwalk. Ester Manas, Christian Dior and Zimmermann are sure that power dressing suits should be left in the closet in spring.
New York has kicked off the fall-winter 2022-2023 fashion show marathon. It will last for a whole month, but interesting collections were presented in the very first days. So what was not to be missed ?
Kenzo autumn-winter 2022-2023.Checkered coats and indigo denim, blouses paired with chiffon trousers and A-line skirts with strict vests, puffy parkas and bomber jackets with embroidered numbers 1970, colorful knitwear and the famous red poppies - the business card of the founder of the fashion house Kenzo Takada - debut The collection, created by the brand's new creative director Nigo, looked like a look through the prism of the present on the clothes of the 50s and 60s, redesigned in the eighties.Proenza Schouler autumn-winter 2022-2023.
Tracksuits and home clothes have already bothered everyone in 2 years. But the world of fashion is not yet ready to give up comfort and convenience. A kind of attempt at compromise is the Proenza Schouler collection. Trouser suits are free and relaxed, the shirt dress has got a flowing hem, the coats demonstrate non-traditional types of fasteners, and the main trick of the collection is soft knitted dresses knitted in a circle and round balloon skirts with airy hemlines.The fashion weeks marathon has finished, and we are summing up the results. So, what are the fall-winter 2022-2023 fashion trends that will determine the next season ? The main fashion trends for autumn-winter 2022-2023.cutouts.Vest.Print included.In all the splendor.skirt suit.
Quilted jacket.love for denim.Spectacular knitwear.All in pink.Fringe.voluminous fur coat.Lace.Print included.From what will be fashionable in the coming season, a set of printed material should become an indispensable element of your wardrobe. Be bolder, experiment and break stereotypes. Dress from head to toe in Argyle - please. Flowers, stripes or some unusual patterns - choose the most unexpected and bold color schemes and combinations. How it looks can already be seen in the collections of Victoria Beckham, Versace and Nº21.In all the splendor.Sitting at home in quarantine, both fashionistas and designers clearly dreamed of how, after the restrictions were lifted, they would compensate themselves for moral costs. And fashion designers Zadig&Voltaire, Andrew Gn and Dsquared2 considered shiny clothes to be the best way to catch up. At the same time, you don’t have to wait for a special occasion to wear a dress embroidered with sequins or an iridescent metallic suit - compete with the sun by wearing shining clothes in broad daylight.skirt suit.
Suits with a skirt also got into the fall-winter 2022-2023 trends - they clearly decided to compete with stylish trouser suits, which have long been leading not only in the wardrobe of business ladies, but also of all other fashionistas. Well, it's time for cozy and stylish skirt sets like Alberta Ferretti, Chanel and Jason Wu.Quilted jacket.The most fashionable outerwear of the next cold season will be a quilted jacket.
Designers Christian Dior, Max Mara and Givenchy offer fashionistas such original and diverse models that, perhaps, it will even be a pity to take them off when they enter the room.Spectacular knitwear.For a year now, knitwear has been at the top of fashion rankings. Cozy and comfortable, it has become the best friend of everyone who is forced to stay at home. But the designers of Fendi, Chloe and Acne Studios decided to prove that knitwear can be very fashionable, spectacular, and extravagant.All in pink.Fashion trends for the fall 2022 season are painted in pink shades. They will be the most popular next fall and winter. Delicate and delicate pale pink tones are mixed in collections with bright ones and even gathered in total bows! Today, Balmain, Salvatore Ferragamo and Isabel Marant offer to choose your pink for autumn.
Fringe.Contrary to the conventional wisdom that fashion trends are fleeting and changeable, the fringe continues its triumphant march along the fashion catwalks. At the latest shows, it could be seen not only on Western clothes, but also on evening dresses, and even on coats and fur coats! Experiments with fringe in the new season were carried out by the brands Fendi, Alberta Ferretti and Chanel.voluminous fur coat.Designers continue to sing odes to faux fur coats. What will be fashionable? Fluffy, long pile, hyper volume, midi and maxi length. When choosing new products, focus on the Prada and Givenchy collections.