Scenes from Paris Showrooms for SS16
In June, we embarked on our biannual trip to Paris to view what SS16 has to offer. Here are some snaps of the collections in their respective showrooms and a glimpse of what's on the conveyer for next year.
Stephan Schneider SS16's FLAGS motif is evident throughout the expansive collection. The modest theme explores an infinity of colour combinations and pattern possibilities.
Our Legacy Next Spring sees the Swedes veering bravely toward vibrant pinks and dusty roses, while somehow maintaining well-rounded looks with firm masculinity.
Norse Projects Tucked away at a discreet gallery in the Marais, the Norse gang offered the evolution of their brand with elevated fabric choices and experimental tech garments in ever-digestible palettes.
Gosha Rubchinskiy The pride of Russia at the moment and a newer addition to the Comme des Garcons umbrella, Gosha Rubchinskiy presents a culture clash mixing Soviet propaganda in the 80s and Russian athleticwear of the same decade.
Acne Studios Triple Lo tennis shoes and Adrian gum sole sneakers will be on the shoe wall for next season.
1205 Studios Inside the 1205 showroom, fabrics reflect designer Paula Gerbase's inspiring trip to the mountainous and desert regions of Northern Africa.
Hed Mayner Tel Aviv's newest design prodigy, Mr. Mayner provides classic ideas in non-classic, unconventional cuts. Purposefully oversized and tailored by expert hands. He will also be new to our brand list this coming FW15.
Christopher Raeburn Known widely for his modern reimagining of military garb and penchant for recyclable materials, SS16 takes familiar forms while introducing new construction methods, like this air brake parachute fabric.