What to remember from Paris Fashion Week closed by Celine yesterday Sunday

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Paris Fashion Week Men’s Spring-Summer 2023, which ended yesterday, Sunday, June 26, shone with its reunion with the public and showed the strength of its designers. Here’s a look at some of the companies that took over Paris for a week.

 

If the 2022 edition, as we told you, was marked by a great selection of young designers and emerging brands, it was also an opportunity for the major Houses as Louis Vuitton or Dior to make their mark.

 

Jeanne Friot: non-green and eco-responsible fashion

 

The Sphère initiative for emerging brands was the springboard for seven young houses to unveil themselves to the general public and make their entry into the fashion world. The designer of the eponymous brand Jeanne Friot unveiled a unique collection full of values.

 

Strongly anchored in her time, Jeanne Friot advocates values of inclusion and non-binarity in order to tell fashion as a “love story”. “When we are in front of a garment, we fall in love with a color, a cut, a style or what it gives us as power when we wear it. The idea is that everyone can dress with us if the person falls in love with the values that I advocate” , said the young designer in an interview with France Info.

 

 

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Ecology being another very important variable for her, she wished to create clothes in an objective – almost – zero waste. “My pieces are 95% upcycling,” she says, before adding that her production is Made in France and made from recycled fibers. A future, therefore, very promising for this young fashion designer.

 

Festival of colors and patterns for Kenzo

 

Tomoaki Nagao also known as Nigo, artistic director of the Japanese brand Kenzo, has focused this year on prints through a mixed collection.

 

Star of streetwear, the Japanese designer has imagined colorful dresses, skirts, cardigans and suits with check prints. Looks for some embellished with a beret as a nod to France, sets all in denim, sailor prints, “workwear” and streetwear made the richness of the collection Kenzo presented last week.

 

Nigo explore l'héritage de Kenzo Takada pour sa collection printemps-été 2023
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Between original associations of colors – yellow with green, orange and lavender, red with intense yellow and blue – as well as patterns – stripes with checks – Nigo did not take himself seriously this year and has perfectly succeeded in highlighting the inevitable Japanese house Kenzo.

 

Closing in style with Céline

 

Iconic French house, Céline made its comeback at Paris Fashion Week after two years of absence. His last show on this occasion dates back to February 2020, before leaving the official fashion calendar, considering it “obsolete.”

 

Highly anticipated, Celine did not fail to impress yesterday by closing this week of fashion shows with a rock spirit. The looks of this collection were imagined by the designer and artistic director of the brand, Hedi Slimane, who wanted to revolutionize the men’s wardrobe.

 

Look Celine.
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Indeed, this collection is marked by very masculine sets enhanced by hoods and rain boots. However, sequins, gold, silver and satin jackets, bangs or sets made of leather have the merit to have made Celine shine and close in beauty the Paris Fashion Week for Men Spring-Summer 2023.

 

 

Read also > MILAN MEN’S FASHION WEEK: HIGHLIGHTS TO REMEMBER FROM THE SHOWS

 

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Paris Fashion Week Men’s Spring-Summer 2023, which ended yesterday, Sunday, June 26, shone with its reunion with the public and showed the strength of its designers. Here’s a look at some of the companies that took over Paris for a week.

 

If the 2022 edition, as we told you, was marked by a great selection of young designers and emerging brands, it was also an opportunity for the major Houses as Louis Vuitton or Dior to make their mark.

 

Jeanne Friot: non-green and eco-responsible fashion

 

The Sphère initiative for emerging brands was the springboard for seven young houses to unveil themselves to the general public and make their entry into the fashion world. The designer of the eponymous brand Jeanne Friot unveiled a unique collection full of values.

 

Strongly anchored in her time, Jeanne Friot advocates values of inclusion and non-binarity in order to tell fashion as a “love story”. “When we are in front of a garment, we fall in love with a color, a cut, a style or what it gives us as power when we wear it. The idea is that everyone can dress with us if the person falls in love with the values that I advocate” , said the young designer in an interview with France Info.

 

 

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Paris Fashion Week Men’s Spring-Summer 2023, which ended yesterday, Sunday, June 26, shone with its reunion with the public and showed the strength of its designers. Here’s a look at some of the companies that took over Paris for a week.

 

If the 2022 edition, as we told you, was marked by a great selection of young designers and emerging brands, it was also an opportunity for the major Houses as Louis Vuitton or Dior to make their mark.

 

Jeanne Friot: non-green and eco-responsible fashion

 

The Sphère initiative for emerging brands was the springboard for seven young houses to unveil themselves to the general public and make their entry into the fashion world. The designer of the eponymous brand Jeanne Friot unveiled a unique collection full of values.

 

Strongly anchored in her time, Jeanne Friot advocates values of inclusion and non-binarity in order to tell fashion as a “love story”. “When we are in front of a garment, we fall in love with a color, a cut, a style or what it gives us as power when we wear it. The idea is that everyone can dress with us if the person falls in love with the values that I advocate” , said the young designer in an interview with France Info.

 

 

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