PARIS, June 26 (Reuters) – Celine designer Hedi Slimane despatched out a lineup of bare-chested designs in sheer, unzipped tops and dazzling blazers Sunday night, marking the return of French label to Paris Trend Week’s menswear displays – and closing the 7 days of events.
Leggy and long-haired, they marched down a extensive runway in sun shades, arms thrust in entrance pockets, as spotlights blinked.
From sequin-embellished shirts to reduced-slice, pores and skin-hugging trousers and a shimmery crocodile blazer, Celine’s summer season runway presentation was crammed with outfits imbued with an androgynous rock spirit, à la David Bowie.
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A lengthy beige coat above a leather jacket paired with an ultra-slender tie and a white shirt extra depth to slip-on shoes and raw edged jeans.
Leopard and landscapes of coconut trees designs appeared on small sleeve shirts whilst large necklace plastrons acted as garments.
The sparse concrete halls of the clearly show location – the Palais de Tokyo, a Trend Week preferred – contrasted with the remarkable configurations Slimane chose as a backdrop for his livestreamed presentations all through the pandemic, with swooping drones and Renaissance castles.
The exhibit drew crowds that swarmed the encompassing streets, hoping to catch a glimpse of South Korean star Park Bo-gum, Lisa from K-pop woman team Blackpink and V, whose real name is Kim Tae-hyung, the singer and songwriter of BTS.
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Reporting by Laetitia Volga and Mimosa Spencer
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