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  • High-end Urban Sportswear -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of LACOSTE

    2021-10-22 73099

    High-end Urban Sportswear -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of LACOSTE

    Founded in 1933, LACOSTE has been representing for relaxation and elegancy. Being obsessed by sporty symbols and cultural observation, Louise Trotter's active designs create a high-end sports fashion. Her S/S 2022 collection was born of the habit that Louise has been biking to her office throughout 2020 and 2021. These sporty, lively silhouettes from the looks of street bikers reflected complementary people's desire for going out. LACOSTE accentuated the warm tones. Bright Poppy Red, wine red, orange, and Rattan were rather active on the street. Classic rubber tennis skirts and breathable vests all used innovative fabrics, while printed stripes presented liveliness through different colorways. Functional details are paired with sharp color conflicts. Buckled bags and sneakers with elastic ropes inject functionality and practicality into our daily lives.

  • Into a New Dimension: Life -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of VALENTINO

    2021-10-11 72224

    Into a New Dimension: Life -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of VALENTINO

    The designer Pierpaolo Piccioli decided to get Valentino into a new dimension: life. To mark the return of Valentino's ready-to-wear to Paris, he took over the old marketplace at the Carreau du Temple, and a row of neighboring cafés and restaurants opposite, to put on a joyful all-gendered show reunion symbolically blurring the distinctions between insiders and outsiders. The opening look, an organdy flower-embroidered blouse and tiny skirt, referred to Valentino Garavani's all-white collection of 1968—immortalized in a photograph of Marisa Berenson. There was a reproduction of a slim, tiger-striped maxi coat, famously worn by Veruschka the following year—and to end with, a pair of floaty, flower-printed dresses from the '70s. Designer pitched the production towards embracing Gen Zers with a proposition of a beautiful, casualized couture wardrobe designed to float between genders: lightweight taffeta tailoring in vivid colors, plethoras of dresses from minuscule and cutaway to sweeping, embroidered caftans. The mini-maxi proportion play—like billowy volumes teamed with micro-shorts—provided a translated house glamour that captured everything the TikTok generation might relate to.

  • Hysterical -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of LOEWE

    2021-10-11 60484

    Hysterical -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of LOEWE

    The latest collection of LOEWE was staged at the equestrian training arena of La Garde Républicaine, a historic location in the centre of Paris. Inspired by The Deposition from the Cross, painted by the Italian Mannerist artist Jacopo Pontormo in Florence 1528, the designer Jonathan Anderson said,"Neurotic, psychedelic, and completely hysterical." of his S/S 2022 collection. He tried to break the rules of LOEWE and explored the concept of draping, sculpture and color by distortion to create a new LOEWE.

  • Red Carpet -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Balenciaga

    2021-10-10 58013

    Red Carpet -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Balenciaga

    Balenciaga S/S 2022 ready-to-wear collection, titled Red Carpet, was released at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. The first part of the show was a photocall on a Hollywood-style red carpet. And guests wearing the new collection pause on the walkway before being ushered into a theater screening the short film The Simpsons I Balenciaga. The Simpsons for Balenciaga is the latest in a progression of activations that push certain boundaries set up between fashion and other forms of entertainment, culture and technology, shifting the brand away from an easily definable category.

  • The Classic in 1990s -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of CHANEL

    2021-10-09 71904

    The Classic in 1990s -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of CHANEL

    CHANEL S/S 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection returned to the Grand Palais. The show without magnificent props put emphasis on the release of clothing. Inspired by the magic of fashion seen through the photographer's lens, the CHANEL Spring-Summer 2022 Ready-to-Wear show evokes the heightened emotions and memories of the raised runways of the 1980s surrounded by photographers and flashbulbs. Romantic with a touch of mystery, the collection balances the graphic purity of black and white, playful summer stripes, and the dark whimsy of a butterfly's wings on black chiffon. Behind the camera lens, model Vivienne Rohner plays the role of both photographer and fashion muse in cinematic black and white, for a first glimpse of the inspirations behind the collection by Virginie Viard.

  • A Grand Ball of Time -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton

    2021-10-09 66573

    A Grand Ball of Time -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton

    Louis Vuitton held a grand ball of time in the Louvre. The artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière continued his unique understanding of architecture and couture. The design of architectural silhouettes brought the gorgeous romanticism of the 19th century to the present. Rococo bustle and gorgeous beaded embroidery were the elements in the retro court. The combination with modern elements as mask-like sunglasses, denim and cargo pants provided us with a time journey.

  • Rebellious Office Worker -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Miu Miu

    2021-10-09 66619

    Rebellious Office Worker -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Miu Miu

    Founded by Miuccia Prada in 1992, MIU MIU released its S/S 2022 collection in Palais d'Iéna. Twisted white runway separated the space and exposed most part of the original architecture. Guests were sitting in ergonomic work chairs and the show treated us to a back-to-work wardrobe for the post-pandemic age. Blue shirt, sweater, khaki trousers and black belt completed the first look of this collection and brought the office atmosphere to the show. These signature office items, such as shirt, polo shirt, jacket, suit, suit dress and pencil skirt, were shown one after another. Based on the basic definition, Miuccia Prada was exploring the relationship between clothing and body. Familiar items lifted the waistline of upper body and lowered the waistline of bottoms to reveal a different body proportion and expose the midriff. Raw-edged cut hemline, white undershirt and faded sweater were casual and rebellious. Besides, the pointed head of loafers injected sharpness into the general looks.

  • Eco-friendly Bohemia -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chloé

    2021-10-08 57571

    Eco-friendly Bohemia -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chloé

    Launched at the Quai de la Tournelle in Paris, S/S 2022 Chloé runway was cooperated with many charities to underline the social responsibility of the brand and the fusion of environmental protection and creativity. This show about love interpreted the free and unlimited Bohemian spirit. Chloé Craft was also officially introduced to launch more hand-made products in the future. This collection applied regenerated wool, hand-cut plant-dyed leather and soft linen. The usage ratio of lower impact material reached 58% this season. Various sewing, weaving and whipstitching techniques have been appeared. Petal-pattern crocheted dress, knotted slip dress made of strips of leftover fabric from seasons before, and whipstitched leather renew and inherit the classics.

  • Nod to the 60s -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior

    2021-09-30 71489

    Nod to the 60s -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior

    Christian Dior S/S 2022 ready-to-wear fashion show was held in the Paris Tuileries Garden on September 28. Maria Grazia Chiuri approached Anna Pararatti to conceive the show's scenography in an absurdist spirit reflecting the universe of her various works. Pop and game have been the core of this 60's runway. The collection is structured around a network of associations as Maria Grazia Chiuri explores Marc Bohan's long tenure as Creative Director of Dior. More precisely, she highlights the Slim Look collection, presented in 1961. A-line doll dress, mini Dior suit, 60s optical white dress and tennis dress; color-blocking outerwear and dress; orange and green boxing suit; golden fringed mini dress all awaken and overpass the elegant classics of Dior.

  • Animal Instinct -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of BURBERRY

    2021-09-28 75111

    Animal Instinct -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of BURBERRY

    The creative director Riccardo Tisci integrated imagination into the design to bring the BURBERRY S/S 2022 womenswear collection titled Animal Instinct. The flowing modern dreamland and immersive sensory experiences fused music, clothing with femininity and interpreted new modern stories through diversified forms. Animal elements presented by curvy printing enlivened classic trench coat; voluminous fringes set off the freedom of BURBERRY; shawl-like wide sleeves increased the elegancy and vitality of classic styles.

  • Greetings from Antwerp--The Analysis of Dries Van Noten Menswear Runway

    2021-08-05 71438

    Greetings from Antwerp--The Analysis of Dries Van Noten Menswear Runway

    “Greetings from Antwerp”, Dries Van Noten’ s Spring/Summer 2022 menswear is full of emotional connection and unlimited respect for the city’s freedom and carefree fun. The team of Dries Van Noten went to 56 landmarks in Antwerp to take snapshots in three days, capturing static and dynamic images of the models wearing new items this season and the surroundings around them. Mr. Dries Van Noten said, “Through my work here I have had the pleasure of reliving Antwerp over again through the lives of the International members of my team who have come to live here with us. With this collection, we see Antwerp through the eyes and photographs of international residents of the city, members of my design team. It is always interesting to see what captivates their attention and how the city we know speaks to them.”

  • Outdoor Explorer--The Analysis of Paul Smith Menswear Catwalk

    2021-08-03 67955

    Outdoor Explorer--The Analysis of Paul Smith Menswear Catwalk

    The Paul Smith S/S 2022 menswear collection takes outdoor adventure as the theme, celebrating the spirit of exploration, exploring the charm of nature, and reinterpreting the unique British classics. This collection explores the connection between clothing and nature, highlighting the fresh spring feeling. The color is inspired by the atmospheric changes that occur between dawn and dusk, showing the changes in the sky from sunrise to midnight; The design draws inspiration from retro tents, presenting brightly colored stripes on clothing; in addition, the prints of natural elements also signal the arrival of spring.

  • Ain't No Mountain High Enough -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of White Mountaineering

    2021-07-23 63055

    Ain't No Mountain High Enough -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of White Mountaineering

    The Japanese outdoor brand White Mountaineering, founded by Yosuke Aizawa, launched its S/S 2022 collection -- Ain't No Mountain High Enough. The blurred boundary between urban clothing and outdoor wear tries to figure out the perfect balance of comfort and functionality. The shirt, jacket, utility vest and trousers of this S/S collection all apply the classic colors of autumn. Bomber jacket and more formal tailoring occupy a large proportion of this collection, which not only satisfies the needs of city life and also allows the wearers to explore more unpredictable outdoor places.

  • Natural Healing -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of AMBUSH

    2021-07-18 57929

    Natural Healing -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of AMBUSH

    Escaping from city is an opportunity to heal, enjoy, and feel the nature, which is exactly the inspiration source of AMBUSH S/S 2022 collection. Although the collection was released before A/W 21/22, the designer Yoon Ahn added wasteland and vast free space into city and streets to create a new brand blueprint. Such freedom has brought variable ideas and also changed the way how AMBUSH treats its fashion collections. Inspired by highly functional fabrics, the new branch AMBUSH WKSP demonstrates the basic elements for people to move comfortably between city and countryside.

  • S/S 2022 Paris Menswear Fashion Week -- Brand Recommendation(Part Two)

    2021-07-14 63967

    S/S 2022 Paris Menswear Fashion Week -- Brand Recommendation(Part Two)

    S/S 2022 Paris Menswear Fashion Week was held from June 22th to 28th. Most brands still released their latest collections online. However, the pure digital fashion show has gradually transitioned into a mixed form in the post-pandemic era. The offline events absolutely promoted the attraction of this fashion week. There were 72 brands involved in the show, including some designer brands and niche brands.

  • S/S 2022 Paris Menswear Fashion Week -- Brand Recommendation(Part One)

    2021-07-13 71704

    S/S 2022 Paris Menswear Fashion Week -- Brand Recommendation(Part One)

    S/S 2022 Paris Menswear Fashion Week was held from June 22th to 28th. Most brands still released their latest collections online. However, the pure digital fashion show has gradually transitioned into a mixed form in the post-pandemic era. The offline events absolutely promoted the attraction of this fashion week. There were 72 brands involved in the show, including Louis Vuitton, DIOR MEN, LOEWE, Yohji Yamamoto, Hermès and Lemaire. Meanwhile, the classic French fashion house Courrèges(founded in 1961) will also return with the first collection of its new creative director Nicolas Di Felice. Dior's cactus garden, Loewe's disco look and the beaches of Rick Owens and Lanvin compose the hedonistic atmosphere of 2022 spring.

  • Light-heartedness & Freedom -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of HERMES

    2021-07-02 83010

    Light-heartedness & Freedom -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of HERMES

    Hermes Summer 2022 collection was presented by the male art director Véronique Nichanian and the drama director Cyril Teste. Abandoning the traditional formal wear, designer injects a sense of leisure into light-hearted and lively designs to outline minimalist lines, which accentuates silhouette and exquisite tailoring. Bursts of color and graphic stitching are used more in this season, and mixed multiple materials enliven the whole collection. Designer brings us a sunny daily scenery on the triangular stage. The collection exudes an air of relaxed light-heartedness and freedom. It is a response to the call of wide open spaces, a yearning for the oceans.

  • Warrior Spirit -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of S/S 2022 Burberry

    2021-06-29 72992

    Warrior Spirit -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of S/S 2022 Burberry

    Burberry S/S 2022 menswear collection has released. The creative director Riccardo Tisci combined freedom with unity to jump out of the constraint. To salute to the electronic music duo Shpongle, their song Strange Planet was selected to be the BGM of this runway. The vastness of the space shortens the distance between people. Sleeveless drop-shoulder jacket and deconstructed outerwear try to challenge the traditional principle. The flowing silhouette design is fused with abstract printed patterns and self-fabric straps. Classic brand elements are integrated into the theme to express royalty. Black halter-neck vest, outerwear and shorts are filled with the bravery of young warriors.

  • Romantic Garden -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of DIOR MEN

    2021-06-28 79664

    Romantic Garden -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of DIOR MEN

    Months after the winning of Paris in 1947, the founder of the brand Christian Dior took his latest collection to American and won the Neiman Marcus Award. When Mr.Dior, who grew up in a French rose garden, saw the vast desert and grant canyon in Texas, he was deeply attracted by this marvelous natural scenery. Inspired by this story, Kim Jones invited the Houston rapper and musician Travis Scott to present this S/S 2022 menswear collection. Memories of Christian Dior's childhood gardens are fused with the cactus-heavy Texan landscape to create a cross-cultural and cross-era fantastic runway, reviewing the artistic charm from the perspective of Dior. S/S 2022 menswear collection is the first realistic menswear show of Dior after the pandemic. Besides, the collection CACTUSJACKDIOR was named after the independent label of Travis Scott -- Cactus Jack.

  • Amen Break -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton

    2021-06-25 83542

    Amen Break -- The Menswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton

    The seventh collection of Virgil Abloh for Louis Vuitton was named after the classic song of The Winstons -- Amen Break. This mysterious, isolated and weird atmosphere creates a dystopia future, especially reflecting the historical track of Black art and culture. Except for the performance of multiple African artists and hip-pop music, the clothing of this collection also presents the unique personality. Oriental belted element, draped dress hem and athleisure baseball sportswear present intensive visual impact. These bright and eye-catching colors bring us a fashion feast.

  • Genderless Teenage Culture -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Raf Simons

    2021-05-31 80307

    Genderless Teenage Culture -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Raf Simons

    Raf Simons is a namesake fashion brand founded by Raf Simons, who worked for Jil Sander, Dior, and CALVIN KLEIN. And now he joins Prada as a co-creative director. His love for rebellious teenage culture and traditional menswear allow the womenswear to have a unique masculine image. The vitality of sub-culture teenagers is fused accurately with the sharpness of classic tailoring to build an individualized and independent attitude. A/W 21/22 collection released a series of oversized clothes, which was inspired by the history and classics. Raf Simons selected six words to name this collection -- Ataraxia, Equanimity, Dichotomy, Synchronicity, Allegiance, and Devotion. Overcoat, knitwear, hoodie and transparent sweater use bright colors to echo the BGM of Kraftwerk. Heart-shaped logo, rib ornament, hand-bone bracelet, modern proportion, creative fabric, pure structure and novel shape fully reveal the evolution and maturity of the brand's iconic style.

  • Avant-garde Fashion House -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Balenciaga

    2021-04-27 100422

    Avant-garde Fashion House -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Balenciaga

    Balenciaga becomes the fashion leader and keeps updating the fabrics through its exquisite tailoring and sewing technology. The shoulder design, cocoon silhouette and expanded oversize of Demna Gvasalia have already been the next clear identity recognition and symbol. Pre-fall 2021 collection used a short video called Feel Good to evoke people's desire for the world. The montage editing without other product and advertisement lets people feel the positive emotions. Photographer Patrick Welde selected white background, and global travel landmarks are added through post-production. The complete daily wardrobe of 2021 collection breaks the traditional division of leisure wear and formal wear to create a new category. 90.6% of plain printed fabrics have certified by the sustainable development. Most clothes are in unisex styles, and the loose tailoring is leisurely and convenient.

  • New Romantic Art of Scandi Spirit -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Cecilie Bahnsen

    2021-04-14 75303

    New Romantic Art of Scandi Spirit -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Cecilie Bahnsen

    Unique fabrics are hand-designed each season by founder and LVMH Prize finalist Cecilie Bahnsen, a Copenhagen native who returned to her home town to found her eponymous label in 2015 after studying at the Royal College of Art in London and working with Christian Dior, Erdem and John Galliano in Paris. Romantic and multidimensional tailoring is the brand feature. Babydoll dress and puff sleeve are the must-have elements in every season. Their extravagant puffy cuff and dress hem are fantastic and romantic. The A/W 21/22 collection The City is inspired by the open lockdown city of Denmark, combining romanticism, femininity and typical Scandi style. Handmade fabric, puff sleeve, quilting, ruffle and back ribbon are the spirit elements. Bahnsen likes to apply black and white as main tone with fairy lemon yellow, injecting eye-catching highlights into the romantic vibe. Soft knit is fused with organza and silk. This lightweight and skin-friendly style sends out the familiar Scandi vibe. Puff sleeve dress, delicate bowknot decoration, elegant wrapped tailoring and floral embroidery all present Bahnsen's ability to handle fabric and tailoring.

  • A Collection Blending Fantasy and Reality -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Stella McCartney

    2021-03-30 87323

    A Collection Blending Fantasy and Reality -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Stella McCartney

    British fashion brand Stella McCartney released its A/W 2021 collection blending fantasy and reality inside an industrial architecture. This collection embodies a collective yearning among Stella women to get dressed up and go out, inspired by D is for Desire from the McCartney A to Z Manifesto. Bold psychedelic prints, fine geometric tailoring, 3D weaving and menswear silhouette combines tradition and charm, sports and glamour, which creates suitable clothes for fashion women who want to got out with joy during the post-epidemic period.

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