Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
2 October 2016
Guillaume Henry's collection had a sultriness and soccer-inspired sportiness that was tempting, but the result lacked focus.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
6 March 2016
Exploiting the tension between sensuality and strictness, Guillaume Henry's latest collection was a continuation of Spring, featuring a dark colour palette, glossy surfaces and a mysteriously carnal aura.
4 March 2016
In the 10th instalment of BoF’s fashion history series we study the self-taught seamstress who started her company on the insistence of her entrepreneurial son. She created democratic high fashion for the upper middle classes, and her couture could undercut Lanvin and Chanel by a third. But for this reason she was never mentioned in the same breath by high society.
Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2016
4 October 2015
For his second collection for Nina Ricci, Guillaume Henry went full-blown sinful, but in a quintessentially French way.
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