Fashion Show Review
5 July 2018
Haute Couture - Autumn 2018
4 July 2018
The first outing of the rebranded Fendi Couture line brought newfound freshness to the house’s highest-end offering.
Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2019
3 July 2018
Despite the collection's unabashed sexiness, it lacked momentum and the production left something to be desired.
The collection did not make the slightest concession to the streetwear winds that have swept fashion of late, but it felt energetic and upbeat nonetheless.
Menswear - Spring 2019
25 June 2018
At times the collection seemed to be a bit stiff, but all in all, there was substance to this show.
Humberto Leon and Carol Lim delivered clothes that are enjoyable without any conceptual fuss.
24 June 2018
In the future, Matthew Williams should try to match the power of his technical innovations with newer looks. This one felt old.
Olivier Rousteing's overall message was one of inclusion, making for one of his most accomplished shows so far.
This season, Veronique Nichanian’s high-craft twist on the classics felt fresh, rather than forced.
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