“Worth Doucet, Poiret, Vionnet, Chanel, Schiaparelli, Grès, Dior, Balenciaga, Courrèges, Cardin, Saint Laurent, Lacroix, Gaultier, Alaïa….These geniuses could boast how haute couture’s precision was an architectural tool that the standardized prêt-à-porter industry could not… Continue reading
The actress / artist has teamed up with the Korean eyewear brand to design a capsule collection as well as model for the supporting campaign which includes striking visuals and a short film which… Continue reading
Dior, published by Assouline and edited by Olivier Saillard, is the definitive anthology of one of the world’s foremost couture houses. Originally released in celebration of Dior’s 70th Anniversary, Dior and Assouline pay tribute… Continue reading
Sam McKnight is one of the most respected hair stylists of his generation and Somerset House is now honouring his contribution to fashion with an exhibition running until 12 March 2017. His creative collaborations… Continue reading
Galerie Eric Dupont presents an exhibition of new works by Sandro Kopp at 138 Rue du Temple in Paris. “I think that the whole notion of painting being passé – that other media… Continue reading
Olivier Saillard curates Anatomy of a Collection, an exhibition running until 16 October at Palais Galliera Musée de la mode in Paris. Saillard is probably one of the most innovative and brilliant French… Continue reading
“Art is good for my soul precisely because it reminds me that we have souls in the first place” – Tilda Swinton (1995) Image: Copyright Getty.
“Impossible Wardrobes,” published by the prestigious house Rizzoli, is a new book that chronicles performative projects that deal with themes of fashion, textile and movement undertaken by Tilda Swinton and curator Olivier… Continue reading
On the occasion of Volez, Voguez, Voyagez – Louis Vuitton, presented at Le Grand Palais, Olivier Saillard recorded this interview (courtesy Louis Vuitton).
Following successful collaborations with Tilda Swinton and Stella Tennant, the Scottish brand enrols Michael Clark for their latest campaign highlighting how comfortable the clothes are. It’s all about the movement.