Dressed up but laid back, cheerful and light-hearted. These were the bywords adopted by fashion designers for next summer, embodied in the menswear collections showcased on the London, Florence, Milan and Paris runways.
The German sportswear brand is set to present a show in New York and the metaverse on September 13. The collection designed by creative director June Ambrose will include a mix of Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 pieces.
All about the power of inspiration at Max Mara cruise, in a collection motivated by a Natália Correia, the Portuguese free-thinker, arty grand dame and café society star, presented with flourish in Lisbon on Tuesday.
On Saturday evening, the French designer fêted her label’s sixth anniversary by celebrating upcycled fashion with a major Olympics-style show held in a stadium in Vanves, near Paris, followed by a party.
Menswear’s two most defiantly artistic designers – Craig Green and Jonathan Anderson – began Saturday with two strikingly unique visions in Paris, before Hermès presented a salutary lesson in nonchalant chic.
One reason Paris remains the world’s greatest fashion capital: the city is so photogenic. Underlined by a spectacular Ami sunset show at the Sacré Coeur and an Amiri catwalk display in the charming Jardin des Plantes.