Dutch designer Esther Louise Dorhout Mees made her Paris Fashion Week debut with Dorhout Mees Fall/Winter 2016 presentation. Inspired by the gathering of birds, the collection is animalistic, intimidating, yet etherial. Photos: Courtesy of Dorhout Mees via Totem Fashion.
Rahul Mishra Fall/Winter 2016 celebrates love, compassion, and centuries old tradition. This is my favorite Rahul Mishra collection so far! Photos: Courtesy of Rahul Mishra via Totem Fashion.
Axelle Migé presents Coppélia Pique Fall / Winter 2016 – 2017 collection, which takes us into the journey of celebrating the universal myth of unrequited love in a modern Renaissance. Photos: Courtesy of Coppélia Pique via Alexandre Boulais Communication.
Manish Arora was in full-on celebration mood for his Fall/Winter 2016 collection, shown during Paris Fashion Week. The colorful collection is inspired by classic Americana heritage enriched with exuberant African details. Photos by Yannis Vlamos / Courtesy of Totem Fashion.
Danish designer Anne Sofie Madsen showed her Fall / Winter 2016 collection titled “Heaven or Las Vegas.” It’s inspired by true story of Elvis Presley as a twin-less twin and his Native American great-great-great-grandmother. Photos: Courtesy of Anne Sofie Madsen via Totem Fashion.
There’s a refined boldness in Sergio Daricello’s Fall/Winter 2016 – 2017 collection. Art and architecture provide a blend of creative visual journey for modern women, always in that “Made in Italy” pride. Photos: Courtesy of Sergio Daricello via Totem Fashion.
Creative director Andrea Karg presented Spring/Summer 2016 collection on October 7 at Salle Melpomene, Ecole Nationale Superieure of the Beaux Arts de Paris, during Paris Fashion Week. Photos by Shoji Fujii / Courtesy of Totem Fashion.