ANTWERP, Belgium — Haider Ackermann will present what he has called a “men's wardrobe” on Wednesday, 26 June, as part of Paris men's fashion week. Ackermann has presented menswear once before. But this season’s Paris showing, the format of which has yet to be announced, will be the first time the designer will present menswear independently of his womenswear.
Today, Jessica Michault, editor-in-chief of Nowfashion.com, shares her thoughts on the Paris Fashion Week collections. PARIS, France — Each season, as the international fashion flock winds its way from New York to London to Milan, there is usually a gradual yet perceptible build up of excitement for what comes last: Paris Fashion Week. After all, it’s here in the City of Light where the best and brightest designers from around the
Sarah Rutson-Pang (The Creative Class) “With her striking looks and impeccable taste, it’s no surprise that Sarah Rutson-Pang is a permanent fixture in the front rows of Paris and Milan… As the fashion director of the highly influential Hong Kong-based luxury department store Lane Crawford, Rutson-Pang has the important — and sometimes difficult — job of educating and enticing the world’s largest group of luxury
Haider Ackermann: The Draped Crusader (Independent) “So it is with Haider Ackermann who first showed at the Paris collections 10 years ago now and who has built up a loyal following with the most sartorially forward thinking. Now, though, his runway presentations and the highly singular vision they represent are one of the high points of the French fashion season across the board.” Pinterest Has Users, Fancy Has a
Haider Ackermann Quits Menswear Collection (Vogue.com UK) Haider Ackermann’s menswear collection, which arrives in store in the New Year, will be his first and last – for now – the designer has revealed. The collection, which was unveiled in Pitto in Florence in June, was picked up by Barneys in New York, as well as several other international boutiques. Google sizes up market for women’s fashion (Detroit
Right Round, Baby (New York Times) “Six months ago, the catwalks of New York, Paris and Milan presaged a return to an era that some of us remember with little fondness and many are too young to remember at all…that benighted era with displays of big shoulders, saturated neon colors, wedge hairdos, pouf skirts, shredded fishnets, oversize jackets and metal mesh.“ Haider Ackermann Rumored to Be Taking Over at