What’s Up Paris Fashion Week #6 Autumn/Winter 2021/22 Collections Hermès, luxury on the move Three different locations, simultaneously, New York, Paris, Shanghai, between dance and show, to celebrate the new wardrobe signed by Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski Between resilience and positivism Balmain, immediate boarding Deprived of travel, Olivier Rousteing takes us away, by shipping his Balmain collection to Roissy.
A plane wing is transformed into a catwalk and the tarmac becomes the new fashion destination. Fashion for fighter pilots and a wardrobe full of promises of escape Chanel slums it at Castel As a prelude to the show, the international muses prepare to view the collection, from a distance, to sound mixed by Michel Gaubert. In the streets of Paris, the young girls meet at Castel to showcase the latest enveloping, protective, warm and delicate Chanel collection, designed by Virginie Viard. A joyous winter with multicoloured tweed, bright and sensual silhouettes, comforting materials inspired by winter sports, padded or in faux fur and with future best-selling accessories, at the waist, on the feet, and layered around the neck. Thom Browne, at the top A black and white snow-covered tale, embodied by the American ski champion Lindsey Vonn. Known for his spectacular fashion shows, Thom Browne once again proves his creativity when it comes to digital presentation. A dreamlike ski slope that allows us to discover the precious details of the collection and a sartorial spirit intertwined in the sportswear world. Music issued from the fashion shows (only to be used in the context of the fashion show, covered under the right to information) NC
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