September 28, 2023

Vogue Editors’ Favourite Collections of the 12 months

Vogue Editors’ Favourite Collections of the 12 months

If I shut my eyes and let photographs of all the style reveals I’ve seen in 2022 come to the floor, the one which stands out most vividly in my reminiscence is Valentino’s high fashion, staged on Rome’s Spanish Steps. It was an absolute coup the thêatre—and being Italian, I clearly love well-staged theatrics, with a aspect of drama and glamour. Pierpaolo Piccioli delivered each in spades. What was outstanding was that he was capable of grasp the overwhelming fantastic thing about the location, making a set so visually sturdy, so superbly highly effective that the Spanish Steps grew to become simply a tremendous body, and never the focus. Not a simple job. For me, this present was for the books.—Tiziana Cardini, Vogue Runway contributor

KidSuper, spring 2023 menswear

Look 23 from the KidSuper spring 2023 menswear present.

Picture: Filippo Fior /

One of many hoariest debates in our enterprise—an argument that may presumably by no means be resolved—is whether or not style ought to be thought-about a type of artwork. Personally, having coated each style and artwork, I feel the reply is sure. However that reply begs one other query—ought to artwork be thought-about a type of style? In spite of everything, artists transfer out and in of vogue. And we cling and rehang artwork on our partitions in a way not so dissimilar to the way in which we cling and rehang garments on our our bodies. I cherished Colm Dillane’s first reside Paris present for his KidSuper model throughout menswear final June, as a result of it ingeniously addressed these questions in a approach by no means earlier than seen on the runway. By framing the style present as an artwork public sale, and concurrently presenting his garments with the artistic endeavors that integrated them, Dillane introduced loads of hilarious meals for thought. It additionally made you think about why LVMH’s rumored curiosity in shopping for out Gagosian Gallery—a rumor LVMH has denied—won’t be so fanciful. Hopefully, the essence of a present whose finale was particularly glorious was captured within the overview, so wants no repeating right here. This was a intelligent reinvention of the runway format that left you fortunately speculating as to what Dillane would possibly provide you with subsequent.—Luke Leitch, Vogue Runway contributor

Renaissance Renaissance, spring 2023

Look 3 from the Renaissance Renaissance spring 2023 lookbook.

Picture: Courtesy of Renaissance Renaissance

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