John Galliano celebrated his tenth collection for the house of Martin Margiela with his most telling ready-to-wear show in a brilliant display of the décortiqué technique, as the current and future CEOs sat front row.
The London shows start on February 17 at an unprecedented time of uncertainty for the fashion industry. Unsurprisingly, change is on the agenda but there's also continuity and the return of some old faces to the event.
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.