Which Designers to Look Out For In The Upcoming Paris Fashion Week
Paris Fashion Week kicks off on the 3rd of July, and the schedule is jam-packed. Haute couture has long since been the inspiration of high fashion across the world, and while Lefty Production Co. wholeheartedly supports the dismissal of trends in the interest of personal style, we are undeniably excited.
To see what some of the previous show-stealing trends were, check out this blog post.
If you're lucky enough to have a ticket, or if you'll be glued to a live stream, here are the designers that we're extra excited about:
When Blair Waldorf said, "no one does black like Dior" on Gossip Girl, she wasn't wrong, except that there are quite a few things no one can do like Dior. Known for their intricate embroidery and craft, this designer has achieved the "new look", a phrase coined by the founder himself about Dior's signature cinched waists and billowy skirts.
We love new designers, but this one is unforgettable, inspiring clothing manufacturers everywhere.
A stoic advocate for all things fantasy, Murad has been making waves since 1997. His collection is about dressing women for celebrations and fervently seeking out joie de vivre. With shimmering tulles and swirling chiffon, the dream-like aesthetic of his collection is only made more intriguing by the fact that pirates inspired it. Women's garments manufacturers should note how he creates magic with his work.
This designer has been making clothes since the age of nine. He made his debut in war-stricken Beirut at 18, and today, older, wiser, and with far more access, he's up there with the A-listers. He has long since proclaimed that the source of all his drive is people's love of clothing.
This Japanese designer explores liminal spaces in fashion. The connection and contrast between east and west, male and female, and so on. He uses his collection to fill these spaces with hope and possibilities, making sure these spaces remain for the explorers. We can't wait to see what he has prepared and how it will affect men's wear manufacturers and women's clothing manufacturers.
Bold, strong, and true to her flamenco heritage, Martin has previously used her designs to explore society's consistency and adaptability. Her clothing tends to have a lot of structural integrity that seamlessly pairs with her use of softer fabrics. Talk about a signature element.
Lefty Productions Co. is an enterprise geared toward preserving unique voices in fashion. Many of the designers mentioned above, while brimming with talent, have had to struggle to get to the runway. Many other designers with the potential to create stunning designs aren't so lucky. We support all things fashion, like lingerie design and manufacturing, active wear manufacturers, and men's wallet manufacturers.