Brace yourselves, Paris Fashion Week 2017 is here. When we think about fashion, the first thing that pops into our minds is the City of Lights. Throughout the years, Paris established itself as the Mecca of the fashion design, a reputation that is highly respected worldwide. All the best renown fashion designers and some of the best rookies too will be present in the event. Truth be told, the event is overwhelming, and if you don’t know what to look for, you will get lost amongst the most exquisite fashion designs in the world. So, Daily Design News felt compelled to create an exclusive map to guide you through one of the best design events, with 5 of the best new fashion designers featuring in the Paris Fashion Week 2017.
Finnish brand Aalto is run by designer Tuomas Merikoski who brings cool, young vibes to the Paris fashion scene. Having collaborated with the luxury brands Givenchy and Louis Vuitton, Merikoski brings an expert knowledge of tailoring, coupled with a sleek aesthetic which blends into more avant guard, sporty silhouettes. Already a finalist for the Adam fashion award 2017, expect the bold, breezy vibes of Aalto to make waves at Paris Fashion Week 2017.
After Homework (Paris)
Created by Pierre at the young age of 15, After Homework (Paris) is a young brand with big ambitions. Now joined by stylist Elena Mottola, the brand brings together some of the most exciting names in Paris’ creative scene, collaborating on a regular basis with artists, musicians, and filmmakers. The result is a fashion brand which feeds into and contributes to the youth culture, with the theatrical designs embodying the energy of the scene. Already generating hype, this is just the beginning for the brand.
A designer who regularly starts collections from the feel or vibe of a material, Coralie Marabelle is keen of offering beautifully textured, sculptural designs in memorable colors. Having spent time in London working for Alexander McQueen, the designer was awarded the Public Prize at Hyères’ International Festival of Fashion and Photography in 2014 and went on to launch her own brand in 2016. And while her brand is still a rookie on the scene, her designs are already causing some a serious impact. Watch out for this.
Launched in 2014, fashion designer Kenta Matsushige created his luxury brand with an aesthetic inspired by the Japanese design. Thus, the pieces are minimalistic, with geometric tailoring adding a surprising and fresh twist to the classic staples. Expect to find timelessness in the pieces made from rich, sumptuous materials.
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The Dutch fashion designer Liselore Frowijn graduated from ArtEZ Institute of Arts in Arnhem in 2013 and quickly found herself working with the likes of Gucci, Prada, and Chanel before being awarded the Young Designer Award during Dutch Design Week in 2014. Her bright, often silk-based designs offer a striking and ultra-feminine vision of womenswear. Having had her first show on the PFW schedule last season, expect further experimentation and innovation from this exciting talent.
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Source: The Culture Trip