Menswear - Spring 2020
7 June 2019
With his latest men’s show for the Kering-owned brand, artistic director Anthony Vaccarello made decisive progress in laying out a menswear vision distinct from his predecessor Hedi Slimane.
27 February 2019
The exaggeration that underpins Anthony Vaccarello's work loaned the collection an uncompromising extravagance. And the whole finale – fluoro and black light – was a delirious distillation of pure form.
29 November 2018
26 September 2018
Menswear - Spring 2019
7 June 2018
Anthony Vaccarello’s first fully-fledged men’s show was pleasantly familiar. But it wasn’t quite his own.
28 February 2018
Inspired by the 1976 'Russian peasant' collection, Anthony Vaccarello managed to condense the oeuvre of one of fashion’s incontrovertible geniuses into something so contemporary.
26 September 2017
Anthony Vaccarello raised the bar high for himself, building a fearless nocturnal wardrobe that made the familiar seem alien.
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
1 March 2017
Anthony Vaccarello’s pistols were loaded, but he was firing blanks in comparison to the shots that Yves Saint Laurent took in his glory days.
10 October 2016
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
28 September 2016
Despite focusing on "design, not styling," for all its low-cut, thigh-high zing, Anthony Vaccarello's debut played it safe.
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