During this Spring-Summer 2024 Fashion Week, the major fashion houses have been revealing trends at their fashion shows. Find out more in this article !
Let’s travel with Courrèges, the groupe Artemis’s brand
A parade on a cracked white plaster floor. Nicola Di Felicie describes it as a new era, a new virgin land, and the first steps will be taken by women. Shirt-short dresses, three or even four in one piece. It’s the illusion of a dressing room piece multiplied by four.
Leather dresses with rose petal cut-outs, as André Courrèges did in the 60s. The accessory that doesn’t go unnoticed is the vial necklace. Skirts are made from recycled tent fabric, because fashion is thinking of the planet.
The Olsen sisters conquering Paris !
The quintessential luxury twins put on an intimate show featuring timeless, sophisticated pieces with a touch of color, such as an electric-blue top and a bright red tracksuit.
The highlight of the show was the flat shoes in fishnet-effect mesh, reminding us of the ballerina’s comeback. We approve of the maxi clutches with their black or gold graphic folds, which in our opinion are the must-have of the collection.
The meeting point was Karl Lagarfeld’s private mansion, for the first parisian Marni’s show
A star-studded line-up includes Usher, Aya Nakamura and the legendary Erykah Badu in a top hat. The show takes place in the Kaiser’s garden, living room and office. The collection is arty, with colorful, striped costumes and collages of paper flowers glued to fabric. Cut-out flowers from soda cans. Dresses and skirts very close to the neck, to shape and sublimate feminine silhouettes.
Dries Van Noten, the Belgian designer offers us mystery and distinction
The pieces are sober and sometimes imaginary, based on wardrobe must-haves. The show shows us how to create striking looks while remaining refined.
It’s party time at Acné Studios :
At Acné Studios, the decor is a broken mirror ball and the music is techno. Because the party’s over ! The catwalk is daringly transparent, with everything underneath coming on top. Make way for fluidity, comfort and boldness.
If the art of landing on one’s feet had a name, it would be Olivier Rousteing for Balmain
Despite the theft of the collection a few weeks before the show, the house presented us with a spectacular show. Inspired by Pierre Balmain‘s archives from the 40s and 50s. The collection is all about the flower, and we saw it in leather, 3D, latex and above all recycled plastic.
The spirit is retro, with colorful polka-dot silhouettes. The real novelty was the rose bouquet-style leather bags, which gave us the impression of having just stepped out of the florist’s shop. Finally, there are no thorns in any of the flowers !