Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Paris Menswear A/W '08-'09: Round up report

Always the entertainer, John Galliano's menswear show in Paris had all the marks of a theatrical feast for the eyes.

His show titled Ice, featured models with painted white frozen faces in a Tudor-inspired collection (pictured left). Colourful characters in Jester-style hats, masks and breaches.

Elsewhere, the Dries Van Noten show failed to impress Brandish blogger Jason Dike: "too many of the pieces simply do not work". Read his report here.

While Tim Hunter gives us his thoughts on designers forgoing catwalk shows in favour of other means of display. For example the Givenchy show which used mannequins instead of models, read the review here.

[Image: Getty]

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