THE COUTURE FLOWERS BY CRAFT ARTIST WILLIAM AMOR DISRUPT VALUE JUDGMENTS ON WASTE MATERIALS
Scraps and leftovers are poetically repurposed into couture flowers by William Amor who wins the City of Paris Grand Prize for emerging Talent in the category Arts and Crafts 2019.
“IN FASHION”: ICONIC SHOTS OF FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE ROYAL MONCEAU – RAFFLES PARIS
An exclusive selection of fashion photographs from the 1950s to the present day are on display in the Parisian palace during the Fashion Week. Works by renowned photographers are on the agenda.
CREATING MEANING FROM LITTLE THINGS OF EVERYDAY LIFE AT ALAÏA HOUSE
Renown for marching to the beat of his own drum in every aspect of his work, Azzedine Alaia did hit his mark again with the not-to-be-missed exhibition conveying his art of couture and details with a totally sensible, personal and high-octane touch ─ miles away from usual clichés evoking master craftsmanship and ateliers.
SIGNÉS CHAMBERLAN : DES SOULIERS FÉMININS À VOS MESURES
La séduisante alchimie du processus créatif ultra personnalisé : de la prise de mesures à distance via l’application de Chambelan à la réalisation d’un moule à vos mesures, puis du modèle fabriqué par des artisans d’art en France.
SAKINA M’SA : L’ENGAGEMENT POUR UNE MODE QUI FAIT SENS
En pionnière, la créatrice militante bataillant pour l’avènement d’une mode « désirable » a créé Front de Mode, un concept store mettant en avant la fabrication locale, artisanale ou recyclée. Une façon de sensibiliser les clients aux multiples facettes menant vers une mode écolo.
My Film in Competition!
Good news to share on The Daily Couture: my short documentary film is part of the Official Selection at the International Film Festival about Master Craftsmanship taking place in France on April 7-10. The film also competes for the “Prix des Ecoles” (Prize awarded by students). I am particularly happy about it as the aim … Continue reading “My Film in Competition!”
(3) Journey into Couture 2015
Embracing aging & couture: “the reality of what Haute Couture means today” was Alexis Mabille’s statement the Daily Couture shares with this third part on the Paris Couture Week fall winter 2015-2016. The haute couture overwhelming ethereal pink carpet dresses, each of them tailor-made for the couturier’s 15 muses, were gathered in the glamorous Opera … Continue reading “(3) Journey into Couture 2015”
(2)Journey into Couture FW 2015
The Daily Couture’s second part on Fall Winter 2015-2016 couture collections in Paris presents Stéphane Rolland’s promising intimate couture experience I was eagerly looking forward to attending. The very chic 10 Avenue George V had been heralded as the venue of the couture show. The Salon Haute Couture of the couturier would be the place, … Continue reading “(2)Journey into Couture FW 2015”
(1) Journey into Couture 2015
No better than Couture Weeks to reveal the art craftsmanship of fashion to the world and make one’s mission statement spread to the fashion scene like Dice Kayek did it : let’s keep on living with artisanal heartbeat and tailoring in today’s hurried world and fast fashion. We were being told by the Paris-based Franco-Turkish … Continue reading “(1) Journey into Couture 2015”
CHANEL EN SUPER-HÉROS
A l’occasion du 25ème anniversaire du célèbre défilé couture des Catherinettes, rassemblant les maisons de mode pour un hommage à l’élégance parisienne, the Daily Couture s’est faufilé au milieu des 150 participants venus des maisons de couture parisiennes…!
Creator for a Day
6 fashion bloggers invited to create the shoe of their dreams? The Daily Couture took a particular notice to this initiative seeing as it way headed by Six London, a design studio creating shoes for fashion brands. With Susie Lau- interested in material, details, fashion, and artisanship- in on the adventure, The Daily Couture couldn’t … Continue reading “Creator for a Day”
Haute Fashion Recycling
What we have here is a collection from Maison Martin Margiela Haute Couture Fall Winter 2011-2012, with all its presentations in Paris … and with a traditional collection called “line 0” where right before our eyes, since 1989, fashion shows show off their unique creations made from these recycled materials. From all around the world, … Continue reading “Haute Fashion Recycling”