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What's Up Fashion Paris Fashion Week #3 with Dries Van Noten,Acne Studios, Courrèges, Longchamp

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What’s up paris fashion week #3autumn/winter 2021/22 collectionsthe danced emotion at dries van noten46 dancers and models were invited to danceto the overpowering music of “angel” by massive attack,choreographed by anne teresa de keersmaekerand directed by photographer casper sejersenred, passionate as a common threadfrom the trouser edging to the sequins of dressesfor a strong femininity to stiletto heelsthe clothing forms a body and embraces movementin an urgency and intensityclose to that experienced in latest monthsrendering this collection even more captivatinga sweet getaway at acne studiosjonny johansson, founder and designer of acne studios,is inspired by what surrounds him,from time spent in his country house in sweden,he takes inspiration from flowers, soft coloursand enveloping materials translated intorobe jackets, pajama sets,slip-on dresses and sweaters,still with a play on proportions.to note, the accessories,always original and desirablea new start at courrègesan immaculate white cube open to the sky forthe first fashion show by nicolas di felice at courrègesreferring to founder andré courrèges, in the 60swith futuristic-inspired silhouettes, reworked in tune with the timesbig collars with round cuts, iconic pocketsand a return to vinyl, but this time created in a more sustainable versionlongchamp in the racethe famous longchamp logo, the racehorse,at the heart of this new collection created by sophie delafontainea meeting for a fashion show in the sublime parisian battesti riding hallwith a gustave eiffel iron roofand the clothes, which play the casual chic card,with new curves, padded and layered effects,in reference to the work of interior designer pierre paulin,and subtly embodied by mica argañarazmusic issued from the shows (only to be used in the context of these fashion shows, covered under the right to information)