Digital Couture Fashion Week debuted online, and Lady Gaga is the new face for Valentino. Discover these stories and more as we unveil the best international fashion news this week.

Digital Couture Fashion Week Begins

Couture Fashion Week has begun online. This two-day event featured various designers, including Chanel, Viktor & Rolf, and Balmain. The last Creative Director, Olivier Rousteing, used TikTok to display collections along the River Seine – despite technical problems preventing full flow. Chanel found inspiration from Karl Lagerfeld and his party days from the 80s.

Viktor & Rolf recorded a video, titled Change, and display three different ‘mindsets’. Maison Valentino plans to showcase the Couture collection through live-streamed performances at Cinecitta Studios in Rome on July 21. As a teaser before the show, the designer debuted a mini film, directed by fashion photographer, Nick Knight. Christian Dior presents the film ethereal-esque, The Dior Myth, directed by Matteo Garrone.

Louis Vuitton Introduces Seasonless Events

Louis Vuitton no longer adheres to the regularly scheduled men’s clothing program, and switches to seasonless models. In a recent announcement, Virgil Abloh explained that the label would display a physical performance in Shanghai on August 6, with Tokyo following suit.

“We got rid of strait jackets that have been operated by industry,” Abloh said. This seasonless approach is becoming more popular among large fashion houses, including Gucci, who made the same move in May. This is a ‘new system’ for designers, who want to remove the brand from the status quo.

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⁣ The last 4 months of doing things without noticeably gave me a lot of time to think. 𝓛𝓸𝓾𝓲𝓼 𝓥𝓾𝓲𝓽𝓽𝓸𝓷 or Off-White ™ is a concept car. it is the best place to put my most advanced ideas. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ the film released yesterday is a fashion week offering is a prequel of things to come. it is a message at the surface level, but it is the nuance that predicts the future which is the most important part. it illustrates my start at home with my various characters who formed my team. starting from Mr. Louis Vuitton’s literal home where the film starts to my “home office” in Pont Neuf, then finally somewhere else. “seasons, ongoing stories. The latest is not necessarily the most valuable just because it’s” new “. It also allows inter-season narratives to be the foundation, not just other fashion shows. ⁣⁣ As the creative head of my studio, this film showcases the talent- Dear black talent, Sa-Ra, REGGIE KNOW, Kamasi Washington, Black Anime and Ibrahim Karma each strengthen my vision and demonstrate the creative impact that diversity can have in all industries. ⁣⁣ WWD articles describe that vision in detail, but in short I have created a new system that complies with all of my new logic about fashion, fashion shows, etc. The article further elaborates on it. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ with the note “Stay there, come to you …” ⁣⁣ the film titled “Message in a Bottle “directed by @ virgilabloh⁣⁣ c / o @louisvuitton ⁣⁣ REGGIKNOW @ fashionfigureinc ​​illustration ⁣⁣ BLACK ANIME @ BLACKANIMEX animation ⁣⁣ SA-RA music @SaRaCreativePartnersinfo @TazArnold @ShafiqHusayn @OmmasKeith @KamasiWashington @ThunderCatmusic @ TerranceMartin⁣⁣ directord music director @ _BenjiB⁣⁣ ⁣⁣more ⁣ ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣

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Tommy Hilfiger Launches The People’s Place

Tommy Hilfiger launches a new platform, People’s Place. This new initiative aims to advance the representation of Black, Native, and people of color (BIPOC) in the fashion industry. “What happens to the black community in the US and around the world has no place in our society,” Hilfiger said. The first part of the platform includes a minimum commitment of $ 5 million per year for funding over the next three years.

“The fact that it continues to exist in our industry is unacceptable. We are far behind where we should achieve diverse representations. We shouldn’t need all this time to admit that, but we are determined and committed to change it in the future. We will be intentional, unafraid, and immovable in the actions we take. Through the people Place Program“We will use our platform to create opportunities and defend what is right,” Hilfiger explained.

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Today we are launching the People’s Place Program, which will seek to advance the representation of black, genuine, and people of color (BIPOC) in the fashion and creative industries. ⁣ Focus on Partnerships, Career Access, and Industry Leadership, an initial minimum commitment of $ 5 million in annual funding will be carried out for the next three years. “” What happens to the black community in the US and around the world has no place in our society. The fact that it continues to exist in our industry – blatantly and systematically – is unacceptable. We are far behind where we should achieve diverse representations. We shouldn’t need all this time to admit that, but we are determined and committed to change it in the future. We will be intentional, fearless and immovable in the actions we take. Through the People’s Place Program, we will use our platform to create opportunities and defend what is right. “- @ thomasjhilfiger⁣ ⁣ This program takes its name from Tommy Hilfiger’s first store that opened in 1969 in his hometown of Elmira, New York. At just 18 years old, Tommy created People’s Place as a place dedicated to people from all walks of life. people to come together to enjoy art, music, fashion, and pop culture, formed by the cultural revolution of the 1960s, the original store developed an exchange of ideas, encouraging authentic self-expression and challenging social norms. ⁣ With this spirit the new People’s Place Program has been established and will continue to grow. ⁣ ⁣ The program journey begins now, and we will keep you updated as the program develops. ❤️⁣ ⁣ Photo: Larry Stemerman, partner and co-founder of Peoples Place, circa 1970

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Stella McCartney Debuts the Digital Music Festival

Stella McCartney launched a digital music festival called Stellafest. This event aims to raise money to end violence against women. Musical performances featuring artists including Chloe x Halle, Kelis, and Soko.

“Artists from our community have jointly created a truly global festival – using technology and social media to bring mosh holes to your cell phone,” McCartney said. “Although I am saddened not to see Father and all the other great players at Glastonbury this year, we have arranged an extraordinary lineup and raised our voices to end violence against women, a more pressing cause now than ever before.”

Lady Gaga is the New Face for Valentino

Lady Gaga is the new face for the Maison Valentino perfume. The scent is called Voce Viva and is a scent without gender intended to celebrate the unique voice, style, and self of each person. “Lady Gaga means freedom, self-awareness, a pure heart,” said Pierpaolo Piccioli, Creative Director of Maison Valentino. “His participation in this campaign raised the symbolic power of the project to the highest level.” The new fragrance will debut in September.

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