Fashion Week

Chanel unveils two video teasers for its 2021-2022 Cruise show

On Tuesday May 4th 2021 at 6pm Paris time, Chanel will unveil the film of its 2021-2022 Cruise runway show. The film was made at the Carrières de Lumières, in the village of Les Baux-de-Provence. Discover two teaser videos, one of which uses images from Jean Cocteau's film Testament of Orpheus and the second directed by the duo Inez & Vinoodh.

  • Take a trip with Balmain and Olivier Rousteing for Fall-Winter 2021-2022

    Inspired by a journey around the world undertaken by Pierre Balmain to present his first haute couture collection, Olivier Rousteing brings out our desire and need for freedom.

  • Matthew Williams presents an understated and energetic first show for Givenchy

    For the first time since his arrival as artistic director at Givenchy, American designer Matthew Williams presented an actual show - without an audience - to reveal his fall-winter 2021-2022 collection. A mixed-gender wardrobe playing on the contrasts between rigidity and suppleness, between covering up and revealing, between protection and sensuality.

  • 3 things to remember from the fall-winter 2021-2022 Dior show at the Château de Versailles

    In a dark, haunting Château de Versailles, Maria Grazia Chiuri unveils her Dior fall-winter 2021-2022 collection inspired by fairy tales, from the Tin Soldier’s uniform and Little Red Riding Hood’s cape to a plenty of princess dresses. Discover 3 things to remember from the show.

  • Valentino chooses black and white for its fall-winter 2021-2022 collection

    Presented in Milan's Piccolo Teatro, accompanied by the dulcet tones of London-based singer Cosima, Valentino's new ready-to-wear collection surprised us with its chromatic palette: for once, black and white triumph, composing a refined wardrobe for both men and women with the emphasis on detail, materials and technique.

  • The Chanel Fall-Winter 2021-2022 show is inspired by skiing and partying

    Fusing winter sports-inspired wardrobes with party girl silhouettes, Virginie Viard offers a hybrid collection that evokes the style of model Stella Tennant, a close friend of the house who died this January.

     

  • 3 things to retain from the Louis Vuitton Fall-Winter 2021-2022 show

    Drawing his inspiration from the art of antiquity, Nicolas Ghesquière offers a fall-winter 2021-2022 collection that reinvents the proportions of the body with hybrid pieces, as well as a collaboration with the Fornasetti studio.

  • Hermès fall-winter 2021-2022: one show and two performances

    Through a presentation in the form of a live show in three acts filmed in New York, Paris and Shanghai - including a runway show and two performances - Nadège Vanhée-Cybulski unveils a powerful collection for the house of Hermès based around femininity.

     

  • Mykki Blanco and Zsela model the Fall-Winter 2021-2022 Marni collection

    For his new collection for Marni, Francesco Risso proposes a tale in five mini-films directed by the performers/artists Wu Tsang and Tosh Basco (alias Boychild). In the intimacy of an apartment, we discover colourful silhouettes with an emphasis on craftsmanship, and a genuine need for romance and hope.

  • Salvatore Ferragamo reveals an astonishing Fall-Winter 2021-2022 collection with a science-fiction theme

    For the Salvatore Ferragamo Fall-Winter 2021-2022 collection, the English designer Paul Andrew launches himself brilliantly into the world of science fiction, where radical creations collide with Italian savoir-faire.

  • Kim Jones’ first Ready-to-Wear collection for Fendi

    For the Fendi Fall-Winter 2021-2022 collection - his first for the Italian house - Kim Jones dips into the wardrobe of the five Fendi sisters, daughters of the founders, resulting in silhouettes that celebrate pure Italian elegance.

  • Prada’s Fall-Winter 2021-2022 collection

    An extension of its latest men's collection, Prada's new womenswear line includes pieces recently designed by Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, since his arrival as artistic director, which are clearly set to become new signatures. The formal historical principles of the house are overturned and diverted in silhouettes that combine techniques and materials in the most unexpected of ways.

     

  • 11 accessories spotted at the Louis Vuitton fall-winter 2021-2022 fashion show

    For his fall-winter 2021-2022 collection, Virgil Abloh deconstructs 70 looks from obsolete archetypes to offer a whole new interpretation of the male wardrobe. Formal, bling, arty and eccentric all collide in a collection that's already established itself as avant-garde. Numéro selects 11 accessories from the collection.