It feels like a confusing time to be in this industry and, with Fashion Month fast approaching, trying to keep up with who went where and why can leave one feeling a bit baffled. Luckily, Savoir Flair is here to break down all the important industry news in a simplified and easily digestible format to keep you up to date and in the know.
All eyes are on the following designers as we await their debut collections: Maria Grazia Chiuri (Dior), Anthony Vaccarello (Saint Laurent), Bouchra Jarrar (Lanvin), Raf Simons (Calvin Klein), and Jonathan Saunders (DVF).
Taking a Breather
Anthony Vaccarello is putting his namesake brand on hold while he focuses his efforts on being the new creative head at Saint Laurent.
As they say, “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” Rumors are circulating that this might be Nicolas Ghesquière’s last season at Louis Vuitton.
Gender lines are being blurred at Burberry thanks to the brand’s new runway strategy of combining its menswear and womenswear shows. The London-based luxury brand will also be leaving its Kensington home and moving to Makers House – a new show venue – and following the see-now, buy-now approach that is supported by Google’s fashion project.
Tommy Hilfiger is setting the bar even higher with a see-now, buy-now approach but also by hosting Tommy Pier, a full-on fashion carnival that can accommodate 2,000 show attendees.
Are the days of Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, and Bella Hadid behind us? This is the question on our minds as Iris Law, the daughter of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, is reportedly set to model for Chanel.