Fashion

“JACQUEMUS—IMAGES” AT MUCEM

Simon Porte Jacquemus loves blue and white, stripes, the sun, fruit, curves, life, the 1980s and Marseille. Just 27 years old, this “Made in Provence” designer is bringing a breath of light, fresh air into the world of Parisian fashion.…

ROBERT-LAROCHE, WITH INDIVIDUALITY IN MIND

Founded in 1973, the brand of Robert La Roche has held a pioneering position in the eyewear industry. After relaunching in 2014, they are more determined than ever to set a new and radical standard for what eyewear can be. They also…

OTEYZA, THE NEW SPANISH TAILORING

OTEYZA offers a renewed vision of the essence of Spanish tailoring through the expression of its three pillars: geometry, simplicity and movement: “Our trademark look provides sophistication, elegance and distinction to a contemporary both man and women in search of…

PERFUME: A SENSORY JOURNEY THROUGH CONTEMPORARY SCENT

Multi-sensory exhibition featuring ten extraordinary perfumes and their pioneering creators, who have radically changed our perceptions of fragrance over the last 20 years. Discover a vibrant new perfume scene, the contemporary cult perfumes shaking up scent culture and the unseen works of…

BETONY VERNON TAKES PART OF “MEDUSA”

The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris organizes from 19 May until 5 November 2017, MEDUSA, a jewelry exhibition that questions our relationship to jewelry both physically and conceptually. Neither sculpture nor fashion per se, jewelry lies somewhere…

“PRESENT IMPERFECT: DISORDERLY APPAREL RECONFIGURED”

Present1 Imperfect2 1. Disorderly apparel reconfigured 2. A playful project that tests the principal elements of exhibiting fashion: object, body, text, installation. A conversation between exhibition-maker Jeffrey Horsley and curator Amy de la Haye inspired by apparel, which is damaged,…