Men’s Fashion Week opens Wednesday in Paris with co-ed shows from Paul Smith and Kenzo, plus Haider Ackermann’s Berluti debut and some interesting new names such as Icosae and Sankuanz all on the agenda.
The annual marathon begins with menswear today, January 6, in London, heralding a period of profound change: a plethora of co-ed shows, designers and houses changing fashion capitals and upstaged fashion week schedules.
The ready-to-wear label, which was recently acquired by the Asian group Bluebell, announced that its menswear artistic director Barnaby Hardy is stepping down, following the company’s decision to suspend its men's line.
Carven, now part of the Bluebell group and with Sophie de Rougemont at the helm, presented the third men's collection by Barnabé Hardy. A choreographed performance introducing the label's new, sportier orientation.