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Phoebe Lovatt

  • Paris Haute Couture Autumn 12

    14 July 2012

    Haute couture is in a state of flux – that much was clear at the Paris autumn 12 shows, where new names and fresh aesthetics were juxtaposed by an acute sense of nostalgia.
  • Paris Menswear: Acne

    14 July 2012

    Workwear was the order of the day at Acne, where creative director Jonny Johansson took steps towards a new sartorial direction for the Scandinavian brand.
  • Paris Menswear: Dior Homme

    14 July 2012

    It seems Kris Van Assche has got the blues.
  • Paris Menswear: Dries Van Noten

    14 July 2012

    The Belgian designer proved to be a master of disguise in Paris with a collection that managed to breathe fresh life into camouflage.
  • Paris Menswear: Givenchy

    14 July 2012

    He has described religion as a “part of [his] DNA”, so it was no surprise that Riccardo Tisci’s dark and decadent collection was inspired by the rich iconography of his Roman Catholic roots.
  • Paris Menswear: Hermès

    14 July 2012

    At Hermès, Véronique Nichanian brought Parisian chic to another mélange of sleek tailoring and preppy sportswear staples.
  • Paris Menswear: Kenzo

    14 July 2012

    It’s a jungle out there, or at least so say Humberto Leon and Carol Lim at Kenzo, whose collection took the label back to its signature tropical style.
  • Paris Menswear: Lanvin

    14 July 2012

    At Lanvin, Alber Elbaz and Lucas Ossendrijver presented a tough futuristic vision that the latter designer declared was “all about contrasts”.
  • Paris Menswear: Louis Vuitton

    14 July 2012

    Louis Vuitton was all at sea, as world traveller Kim Jones presented a collection inspired by sailing, surfing and everything in between.
  • Paris Menswear: Maison Martin Margiela

    14 July 2012

    What’s cooler than being cool? Ice cold.
  • Paris Menswear: Mugler

    14 July 2012

    Monochrome was (mostly) the order of the day at Nicola Formichetti’s Mugler show, where the aquatic-inspired ensembles went from purest white to neon coral to summer sea blue.
  • Paris Menswear: Paul Smith

    14 July 2012

    This season, Paul Smith declared, was all about optimism, which is perhaps why he chose to hark back to the carefree days of his early career with a display of colourful 1960s-influenced tailoring.
  • Paris Menswear: Raf Simons

    14 July 2012

    In Paris, Raf Simons combined the best of his illustrious past with hints of an exciting future direction at Dior.

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