14:30: A garden under the wind at Hermès
Hermès resides in the Garde Républicaine, in an environment reminiscent of a wild meadow of tall grass and winding paths. There is no catwalk, nothing linear, neither in the decor nor in Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski’s collection; this is in the Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski collection, which proudly features diagonals in an ultra-light wardrobe that follows the shape of the body but never hinders movement. Accentuated shoulders and waist, legs in motion, this spring-summer wardrobe seems designed to respond to the zeitgeist and global warming: everything is open, divided and allows air to circulate around a wandering body exploring the world in a Birkin. or an Archon bag at the bend of the elbow, the wrists adorned with a Chaîne d’Ancre cuff. The bra has a racerback made of silk mesh, the coats are incredibly stretchy, the leathers are perforated… The show is very Hermès, you see: sophisticated, but never flashy, and there’s no photocall for the celebrities present. A certain secret idea of luxury…
16:30: Three dance performances by Alain Paul at the Théâtre du Châtelet
Young creator Alain Paul, who attended the dance school of the Marseille Opera, joins this Parisian dance institution with a show in three acts: Arrival, Rehearsal, Premiere, inspired by the choreographies of Pina Bausch, Merce Cunningham and Martha Graham. Both leotards and loose and lilting silhouettes that explore massive volumes, this collection is based entirely on a dancer’s personality, from civilian life to training sessions and, of course, her first appearance on stage.
18.30: Sarah Burton’s farewell to Alexander McQueen
The sentiment is at McQueen, where Sarah Burton bids farewell to a standing ovation you rarely see in fashion. The designer, a former collaborator of Alexander Lee McQueen, took over from the British designer, who died in 2010. Sarah Burton’s extraordinary longevity in the house has made it possible to bring remarkable consistency, as underlined by this fashion show at Le Carreau. temple. In public, the entire fashion aristocracy is there, from Edward Enninful to Anna Dello Russo, Pier Paolo Piccioli, Elle Fanning, François-Henri Pinault, and on the catwalk there are cream-colored models led by the emperor Naomi Campbell. silver.
Everything you need to know about Paris Fashion Week:
- Eight things you (maybe) didn’t know about fashion
- Virginie Efira and Niels Schneider, young parents at the Saint Laurent show
- Two Italian princesses on the catwalk for Pierre Cardin
- Paris Fashion Week day 1: Militant Dior, master Saint Laurent and all the splendor of jewels…
- Paris Fashion Week, day 2: in space with Courrèges, with color at Marni and with flowers at Balmain
- Fashion week day 3: samba at Chloé, surrealism at Schiaparelli and party night at Messika
- Paris Fashion Week, day 4: Floral extravaganza at Léonard, discoveries at Loewe and Giambattista Valli honored