The sisters, Karine and Virginie Glustin started Galerie Glustin manly focusing on exclusive pieces from the 18th and 19th centuries, and later expanded into 20th-century furniture, and the most recent…
This year Paris Fashion Week brought haute couture shows, selling dream products. Most of the menswear shows were virtual and online, but they reflect the creativity and innovation in this area, matching perfectly and harmoniously art and fashion. Design Limited Edition presents you the fall-winter fashion collection by Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Loewe, that will probably go to your wishlist, enjoy!
While Louis Vuitton’s Virgil Abloh created architectural puffer jackets portraying historical landmarks, Dior’s Kim Jones, drilled Scottish-born painter Peter Doig’s great variety of work to create many clothes with his abstract style. Meanwhile, Loewe’s fashion collection took inspiration from the artist, Joe Brainard, where his signature collages were transposed into emotional pieces!
Louis Vuitton men’s artistic director Virgil Abloh designed a remarkable series of conceptual jackets, following his architectural design roots. One of the most eye-catching pieces featured 3-D miniatures of Paris landmarks, among the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame, while another impressive piece included a cover of iconic New York skyscrapers.
Dior’s artistic director Kim Jones collaborated with the painter Peter Doig to create this fashion collection. The painter artist has worked directly with the brands, attending fittings in the studio and painstakingly matching textiles to the hues found in his own ethereal paintings. The result is just spectacular! The artist even hand-painted his famous lion motif onto several accessories.
Jonathan Anderson, Loewe’s creative director usually finds inspiration in artists, and this new fashion collection wasn’t an exception. This collection pays a tribute to the artist Joe Brainard, who passed away in 1994. With ultra-chic oversized knitted cardigans, handbags, and other accessories, Anderson was able to embellish Brainard’s bewitching collages of pansy flowers!