The next edition of the Paris Fashion Week, a must-attend fashion event, is preparing to welcome a new wave of designers. Among them, Pierre-François Valette, Steven Passaro, Burc Akyol, and Jon Strassburg stand out.
Valette Studio, founded by Pierre-François Valette, is known for its innovative approach to couture. His collections, both non-gendered and precise, reflect French savoir-faire. His latest collection pays tribute to the work of the atelier and the luxury of haute couture from the 50s.
Steven Passaro, with a background in architecture and design, brings a unique sensitivity to his creations. His eponymous label merges technology, emotions, and craftsmanship to offer non-gendered architectural pieces.
Burc Akyol, imbued with his Turkish roots, offers fashion reflecting an East-West dialogue. His brand draws inspiration from his life experiences, thus adding a touch of soul to everyday life.
As for Jon Strassburg, at the helm of Meta Campania Collective, he emphasizes the quality of materials and Italian craftsmanship. His creations draw inspiration from artists and crafts, aiming for timeless fashion.
For those less interested in novelty, of course, we will find iconic houses such as Balmain, Valentino, Hermès, Kenzo, Comme des garçons, Dior, AMI, Dries Van Noten, Yohji Yamamoto, Amiri, Isabel Marant, Rick Owens, Givenchy, Berluti and Louis Vuitton among others.
Check out the final program on the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode website, as well as the event’s Instagram now.
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