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Dries Van Noten
Some designs are already preserved over decades and worn, but the designs of its latest autumn collection includes even more in each van Noten archive. With this the designer celebrated his 100th fashion show last March. In Paris, he focused mainly on the prints and the women who have presented over the years his fashion on the catwalk, as a model he hired familiar faces of the 90s, the patterns come from his archive and were made with geometric shapes additionally printed and updated in this way. In general, each of his shows tells a story, now read in two new illustrated books “Dries Van Noten 1-50” and “51-100” (Lannoo Verlag). They appear in September, show number 101
If Donatella Versace selects someone, you should look carefully. After all, she already promoted Christopher Kane and Jonathan Anderson, as the two Londoners just started. Her newest protégé is Michael Halpern, a London-based New Yorker who works as a consultant to the couture line Atelier Versace. A look at his own collection is enough to understand why: Completely sequined embroidered tops and flares with iridescent color effects, dramatic draping and jumpsuits that David Bowie enjoyed in the ’70s. Halpern creates theatrical party fashion in which you want to dance loudly singing the nights. Stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Browns have already got carried away by the Discolaune.
Last February, Céline went on to make a small revolution: to the delight of the fans, the Paris label finally put its own Instagram profile online. This does not mean, of course, that the otherwise restrained house suddenly switches to screeching self-marketing. Phoebe Philo is so shy her designs are as calm and confident as ever. And the success? He stays. From September, the trench coats, men’s blazers and light shoulder dresses with empire waist in the new collection as well as the much sought-after bags will also be on display in their own store on Munich’s Maximilianstrasse. But the online shopper still looks only in the tube, he can not order. Which will hardly hurt the desire
An art-savvy, shy Belgian and an American mega-brand that prints its name in wide letters on underpants: What sounds strange has turned out to be a dream team. With his flair for streetwear and the cultural trends of the moment, Raf Simons ensures that Calvin Klein has something to say again: The fashion plays with colorful American clichés and seduces with cool, timeless denim parts for which the label was once known. The campaigns feature stars from the series “Stranger Things” and the exceptional movie “Moonlight”, a Sterling Ruby redesigned store opened on Madison Avenue, New York, with a Made to Measure line custom made by Calvin Klein. And all after just one show. Simons is in a hurry – and his audience too.
Even Miuccia Prada holds back with political statements on the catwalk rather. Not as in her youth, when she was distributing leaflets on communist protest marches – dressed in Yves Saint Laurent, But with her fashion, she makes it clear which side she’s on: the women’s side. The staging of her fashion show for the current autumn collection was reminiscent of a girl’s room, the posters hung on political manifests, the models in cord pants and Schiebermützen looked like students from the 70s. The title of the Fellini film “City of Women” inspired the designer. How much of her youthful idealism is still in Prada? Their designs say: very much. And when it gets fresh, we throw the beautiful “Omi” jacket over.