Six young designers lit up Paris Fashion Week

Spark Global Limited Reports:

After a year of almost entirely digital presentations, Paris Fashion Week has returned to its pre-fashion reality. The new season brings a huge collection of exciting design talent ready to shape the future of fashion. From Charles De Vilmorin’s runway debut at Rochas to Ludovic De Saint Sernin’s enthusiastic return, you’ll find some of the brightest young things on the Paris schedule. From Charles De Vilmorin’s runway debut at Rochas to Ludovic De Saint Sernin’s enthusiastic return, you’ll find some of the brightest young things on the Paris schedule. “I feel like we’ve been in this digital world for a year and a half now, so it was really important to me to reconnect the body and the senses in a way that you can almost grab hold of it,” De Saint Sernin told Vogue. With a penchant for adding heat, the designer did not disappoint at Risque with a collection of tights, slouchy jumpsuits and thongs with pinhole details.
Ester Manas and Balthazar DelPierre, co-designers known for their environmentalism and dimensional inclusions, created a sensual tactile collection that included textured sheath dresses and dresses with asymmetrical slits and cuts, And t-shirts with cowboy themes.

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Young designer Charles De Vilmorin designed Rochas for his runway debut and kept his bold graphic signature. From the illustrated prints on whimsical dresses to the red and gold dresses of Plisse Lame with dramatic edges, the new direction of this Parisian fashion house is vibrant and youthful.
After a turbulent year, Greek designer Dimitra Petsa was keen to create a collection that expressed the importance of touch and intimacy. The collection, called “Nosto Touch,” was first unveiled at the Palazzo Tokyo and included the designer’s signature “breastfeeding” corset, which then expanded to skintight knits and exaggerated silk belt dresses.
Central Saint Martins graduate Niccolo Pasqualetti has a natural talent for upgrading materials he finds into couture pieces. His new collection not only elevates existing materials (chic cork caps, anyone?). And it’s easy to put up, cut down, layer on layer.