A true showman lives by the mantra, through to the end of his run. Marc Jacobs punctuated his brilliant tenure at Louis Vuitton, one that transformed the house from stodgy giant to fashion marvel with a dark-side-of-Busby-Berkeley extravaganza.
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In his third season at the creative helm of Dior, Raf Simons wants to temper the reverence, and start imposing his own ethos on the house more flagrantly.
“It’s that DNA that I’m very attracted to myself, like nature and some flowers, everything we know so well from the brand,” he said before the show. “It’s challenging to see how I can deal with those elements that we all think about when we think about Dior, but also twisting them around seriously.”
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Alexander Wang took a big step forward in his second collection for Balenciaga. After last season’s “prologue” in which he took a quite dressed-up approach, Wang wanted to “take an idea very apparent to Cristóbal and start injecting an idea of ease.”
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