Sumary of Paris men’s fashion, Thursday: Louis Vuitton and Rick Owens:
- And since Ramses II and his wives had their dresses made of cotton, satin and brocade, Owens accelerated on fabrics, proposing iridescent and shiny metallic leathers or yellow python pants.
- The brightest of bricklayer’s jackets or warehouse jumpsuits, but always with a twist.
- This is not a bad thing at all, even if the individual outfits almost fought each other to get each other’s attention.
- Most of the fabrics in the collection were from surplus, created to deprogram (sic) our minds from images of obsolescence that lead to overload, overproduction and waste, the show’s program read.
- Rick called the Edfu collection, after a temple on the right side of the Nile, between Esna and Aswan.
- Rick Owens: Ramsete rock Rick Owens has sought further and further inspiration in his recent collections.
- LVMH CEO Bernard Arnault, the owner of Vuitton, has always loved grand fashion shows, and this was truly gigantic, as it featured a winding yellow runway, the size of a garage ramp, which ran up to the third floor windows.