The menswear season in Paris boasts literally scores of nationalities, and plenty of designers who concentrate on wearable clothes with a twist, and a point of view. We look at four who summed up the impressive range.
Accra might have had to cancel its fashion season this fall, but a quintet of the Ghanaian capital’s most happening new designers have been able to present their creations via a novel photo shoot backed by Mercedes-Benz.
On Sunday, Tom Van der Borght, a Belgian designer whose clothes one must “dare to wear”, made with recycled materials that “no one wants any more,” won the main prize at the fashion festival in Hyères, France.
Supima, in a smart response to the pandemic, staged its annual celebration Design Lab entirely online on Thursday, as the organization looked forward to its next participation at this month’s Hyères Festival.
France has introduced new, tighter restrictions to contain the Covid-19 epidemic, but Parisian trade shows Who's Next, Première Classe, Man/Woman and Silmo are going ahead as planned, starting on October 2.
The event, previously postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis, will be held on October 15-19 under the aegis of jury presidents Jonathan Anderson, Paolo Roversi and Hubert Barrère, featuring a new prize sponsored by Hermès.
The Trieste-based competition’s 2020 edition was originally scheduled for July 17 but, like the Hyères Fashion Festival, ITS has announced the event’s postponement, to October 23, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Festival d’Hyères - the most noted award for young fashion talent on the continent - has been postponed until the second half of October; the latest major fashion event called off due to the coronavirus pandemic.