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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab : Dior Goes Doll-Sized With Fall Couture Collection

    From Joelle Diderich - WWD, July 6,2020

    Maria Grazia Chiuri showcased miniature versions of her Surrealism-inspired collection in a short film directed by Matteo Garrone.

    Lockdown can make anyone a little stir crazy. For Maria Grazia Chiuri, who spent a month without setting foot outside her Italian home, art provided a form of escape.

    Her fall haute couture collection for Dior was inspired by female Surrealist figures such as Dora Maar, Leonora Carrington and Lee Miller – and Chiuri gave the presentation an unexpected twist of her own, producing the outfits at miniature scale and presenting them on mannequins housed in a trunk shaped like Dior’s headquarters on Avenue Montaigne.

    “To think about creativity, to dream, was very good, because it gives you hope for the future,” the designer, wearing a white surgical mask, said during a preview at her office in Paris. “I think art is very important in this moment.”


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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab : Bali Barret quitte Hermès

    Publié par Journal du Luxe, le 20 Juillet 2020

    Selon une information rapportée par le site WWD, la créatrice quittera la maison de luxe d’ici la fin de l’année.

    Une figure iconique chez Hermès

    Arrivée au sein de l’illustre marque en 2003, au Département Soie, Bali Barret aurait donné sa démission il y a quelques jours selon une information révélée par Pierre-Alexis Dumas, Directeur Général de la création Hermès, au media Women’s Wear Daily.


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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab : From Sketch to Screen: Paris Couture Week Goes Digital

    From Joelle Diderich - WWD, July 6,2020

    Still dealing with the fallout from COVID-19, French fashion houses are taking their haute couture shows online.

    Paris Couture Week kicks off today with an online showcase instead of the usual lavish shows held across the French capital, as the fashion industry gradually recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, which kept many of the city’s seamstresses and skilled artisans locked out of their workshops for several months.

    As a result, designers will be showing smaller collections digitally or, in some cases, no new creations at all, focusing instead on films, photos and collaborations in the hope of keeping audiences engaged. It’s fair to say there are mixed feelings about the digital format.


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