As part of Paris Women’s Fashion Week, the Global Fashion Collective (GFC) event in Canada spotlighted twenty-four international fashion designers. For this event, designers presented more than 150 feminine and masculine looks through six multi-brand fashion shows held at the Maison des metallos (11th arrondissement) on September 27 and 28. FashionNetwork.com attended the closing show to discover the collections of four designers.
Mexican designer Regina Dondé opened the ball with her creations made of organic fabrics inspired by ancestral cultures around the world. Focusing on patterns (large polka dots, stripes, etc.), the collection highlighted traditional printing techniques.
Jizi, a Japanese brand for men started by Hachiro Iji, has unveiled a collection of sand-colored, vintage-inspired tailored suits produced directly from its workshop in Kobe, Japan.
Led by the Saint Martins School-trained Japanese designer, the Liia brand emphasized big volumes: a flying cape, a large-sleeved unstructured kimono, and even a spiral dress with a psychedelic pattern.
As for Mayuko Daimon, the Japanese artist has designed an immersive and original wardrobe inspired by the world of mermaids. Models wore ruffled and ruffled dresses in red hues or coral turtlenecks.
Global Fashion Collective is a platform founded in 2017 by the Vancouver Fashion Week team. Its aim is to encourage the work of young designers from all walks of life and accelerate their development by organizing fashion shows during Paris, New York and Tokyo Fashion Weeks.
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