This week, Interview’s executive editor joins Highsnobiety as editor-in-chief, while Bertrand Guyon is appointed to Dior as part of Maria Grazia Chiuri’s studio.
Bertrand Guyon's take on the Schiaparelli heritage has been growing in theatricality, but the collection lacked purpose, coming across as just a feisty, jolly affair.
There was plenty of buzz surrounding Bertrand Guyon's outing today but the clothes felt less new than nostalgic.
It was the red carpet flou that ultimately carried this collection, with gowns floating in contrasting tiers and ribbons of crèpe or tulle that nodded not only to Elsa’s wicked way with colour but to Guyon’s Valentino past.
After four seasons at Schiaparelli, Bertrand Guyon felt ready to take on the house icons. The result was provocative and pleasing, the kind of update you imagined Schiap herself would have enjoyed.
See all the looks from Schiaparelli's Autumn/Winter 2016 couture collection.
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