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PARIS Luxury Edition Autumn/Winter 2019/20

EXPLORE PARIS: discover the unmissable sights and stores in this vibrant fashion capital


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Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, we can help you discover the very best of this cosmopolitan European capital. Paris has much to offer, as you’ll discover in our guide on page 37. Don’t miss our feature on Paris Fashion Week Men’s (page 26), our profile of the best places in the city to enjoy natural wine (page 32) and our spotlight on the latest must-have bag from Celine (page 16). SHOP is part of Global Blue, the Tax Free Shopping market leader that helps you save an average of 12% when shopping in France. This year we proudly celebrate a decade of publishing guides to the most prestigious destinations across the globe. Our international insider knowledge means we are ideally placed to tell you about the top brands you’ll find in Paris.


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Editor Sally McIlhone

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Cover illustrator Giordano Poloni Contributor Farrah Moore Production editor Katie Muxworthy Senior fashion editor Lucinda Turner Senior news editor Ginger Rose Clark Features editor Rebecca Rhys-Evans Chief sub-editor Hester Lacey Copy editors Katie Myers, Harriet O’Brien Picture editor Kirsty Andrews Acting picture editor Jo Walker Assistant picture editor Mónica R Goya Digital editor Kirsty Welsh Deputy digital editor Emily Scrivener Digital production editor Marina Nelson

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CONTENTS SHOP selects a standout piece from Paris this season

PRODUCTS 12 Key looks for the season, from fashion and footwear to jewellery and accessories

FEATURE 26 MENSWEAR MOMENT

From world-renowned heritage brands to cutting-edge streetwear labels, Paris Fashion Week Men’s is taking centre stage in the fashion industry, as Rebecca Rhys-Evans reports

SHOP WINDOW 18

Seasonal updates on shops, services and new products

10 QUESTIONS... 22 …with Yvonne Léon, whose jewellery designs are among the most coveted in the city

HOW TO SHOP TAX FREE 50

TRANSLATIONS 52 中文翻 译 54 Русский Перевод 57 ‫ترجمة باللّغة العرب ّية‬

A future classic to buy this season: Celine’s elegant 16 bag

NEWS 19

Designers Chloé Maillot and Guillaume Renaudin, from renowned brand Camille Fournet, share their Paris recommendations

The simple steps to saving money on your shopping

INVESTMENT PIECE 16

Don’t miss the newly refurbished Cartier store on the prestigious place Vendôme shopping street

OUR CITY 48

SOUVENIR RAISING THE BAR 58 The essential item to 32 bring home Offering environmental and health benefits, natural wine has become increasingly popular in Paris. Ginger Rose Clark picks out some of the best bars in the city to enjoy a glass or two

PARIS GUIDE 37 Maps and guides to the key shopping areas of Paris

Above (from left): Berluti; Balmain sweater, both autumn/winter 2019/20

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CHECK OUT 10


MAXMARA.COM PARIS - 100 AV. PAUL DOUMER • 37 RUE DU FOUR • 31 AV. MONTAIGNE • 408-410 RUE ST. HONORÉ


CH EC K O U T

For several years now, the chunky trainer has been entering the echelons of high fashion. The trend began with the humble white tennis shoe and has grown beyond recognition, with dozens of luxury houses presenting their own versions each season. For autumn/winter 2019/20, Parisian label Chloé has some of the very best. The brand’s sturdy-soled offering takes Save an average of 12% by shopping tax free, see page 50

elements from classic 1990s styles with a hint of a practical hiking-boot aesthetic. Available in two vibrant, mismatched colourways, these trainers are certain to make a style statement. lt Chloé trainers, €575, Chloé, 253 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 5504 0330, chloe.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 42

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Made For Walking


FASHION, SKI & MOUNTAIN MULTIBRAND IN COURCHEVEL

www.bernard-orcel.com

Rue du Rocher, Courchevel 1850

T/ +33 (0) 4 79 08 23 51 welcome@bernard-orcel.com


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Back To Black Keep things simple and elegant this season with classic black pieces, plenty of sparkle and a soft grey coat

ALBERTA FERRETTI HAT, €370, ALBERTA FERRETTI, 43 RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4265 5547, ALBERTAFERRETTI.COM

LONGCHAMP DRESS, €1,200, LONGCHAMP, 404 RUE SAINT-HONORÉ, 75001 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4316 0016, LONGCHAMP.COM

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LOUIS VUITTON BOOTS, €1,100, LOUIS VUITTON, 2 PLACE VENDÔME, 75001 PARIS, +33 (0)1 8170 2300, LOUISVUITTON.COM

PHOTOS: (DRESS) ALAIN NATHAN; (HAT) VINCENZO PATRUNO

CHAUMET EARRINGS, €5,280, CHAUMET, 392 RUE SAINT-HONORÉ, 75001 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4477 2424, CHAUMET.COM


SHOP HIGHLIGHT*

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SAINT LAURENT BY ANTHONY VACCARELLO BAG, €1,990, SAINT LAURENT, 53 AVENUE MONTAIGNE, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 5383 8453, YSL.COM

PHOTOS: (BAG) THEBEHRENS.NYC; (WATCH) SÉBASTIEN COINDRE

VAN CLEEF & ARPELS BRACELET, €12,600, VAN CLEEF & ARPELS, 20 PLACE VENDÔME, 75001 PARIS, +33 (0)1 5504 2004, VANCLEEFARPELS.COM

MAX MARA COAT, €809, MAX MARA, 31 AVENUE MONTAIGNE, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4720 6113, MAXMARA.COM

PIAGET WATCH, €56,000, PIAGET, 16 PLACE VENDÔME, 75001 PARIS, +33 (0)1 5535 3280, PIAGET.COM

*SHOP Highlight in paid partnership with Saint Laurent

ERMANNO SCERVINO GLOVES, €350, ERMANNO SCERVINO, 18 RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4098 0044, ERMANNOSCERVINO.COM


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Luxury Leather Opt for a soft brown palette and butter-soft leather accessories for a perfect winter look

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI JACKET, €6,200, BRUNELLO CUCINELLI, 54 RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4265 6452, BRUNELLOCUCINELLI.COM

ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA TROUSERS, €445, ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA, 50 RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4451 1991, ZEGNA.COM

WEMPE WATCH, €5,450, WEMPE, 16 RUE ROYALE, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4260 2177, WEMPE.COM

CHURCH’S BOOTS, €720, CHURCH’S, 229 RUE SAINT-HONORÉ, 75001 PARIS, +33 (0)1 5535 3460, CHURCH-FOOTWEAR.COM

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SALVATORE FERRAGAMO BAG, €2,400, SALVATORE FERRAGAMO, 46 RUE DU FAUBOURG SAINT-HONORÉ, 75008 PARIS, +33 (0)1 4312 9696, FERRAGAMO.COM


Investment Piece

All: Celine’s 16 bag


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When Hedi Slimane took over at Celine in 2018, his very first move was to go back to the archives. The 16 handbag is a tribute to the historic Parisian fashion house and has become a modern classic, as Lucinda Turner reports

The 16 has already become a key piece and a beacon of classic Parisian style Throughout its 74-year history, French label Celine has created its fair share of ‘It’ bags, such as the Trio, Luggage and Classic styles, which are all instantly recognisable. And when Lady Gaga was seen sporting the new Celine 16 bag in Paris in August 2018, the fashion world heralded the arrival of a new modern classic. As the very first teaser for Hedi Slimane’s new direction at Celine, a month before his inaugural catwalk show, the handbag marked a new era for the house and showed the significant respect the artistic director paid to the past. Named after the couture house’s 16 rue Vivienne address, the piece is a reworking of many of the brand’s hallmarks from the 1960s. The cropped flap at the front, the rounded sides and the belted effect around the centre, as well as the overall vintage-inspired aesthetic, all pay homage to the true roots of the label. globalblue.com

Elegant, feminine top-handle bags continue to be a huge trend for the season ahead, and Celine’s 16 model makes the perfect purchase for autumn/winter 2019/20. Alongside the timeless oversized black version debuted last year, the bag is available in three sizes, over 10 colours and a variety of materials, including calfskin, lizard and crocodile. Created as a tribute to Celine’s impeccable craftsmanship and the very first design that Slimane sketched for the house, the 16 has already become a key piece and a beacon of classic Parisian style – what better purchase could you make in the City of Light? Celine by Hedi Slimane 16 bag, from €2,900, Celine, 53 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4070 0703, celine.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 41


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Cartier recently unveiled a new look for its boutique on place Vendôme, following an impressive makeover. The historical character of the location is evoked in the boutique’s elegant interiors, which feature bespoke furniture and decoration by renowned Parisian artisans. It is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the maison’s rich heritage and visitors can discover the brand’s incredible craftsmanship through the historic and exceptional pieces on display in the Cartier Collection. The sophisticated store carries Save an average of 12% by shopping tax free, see page 50

jewellery, timepieces, leather goods, fragrance, bridal and more. Shop the brand’s famous designs, from Juste Un Clou jewellery to Panthère de Cartier watches and the newest collections. Alternatively, you can opt for something a little more personal and create a bespoke solitaire engagement ring with the Set For You service. grc Cartier, 23 place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 7065 3800, cartier.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 45

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A FINE ART


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NATURAL STYLE In September Icicle opened its first boutique in Paris, on avenue George V. The brand was established in Shanghai in 1997 and has over 250 stores in China. With its motto of ‘Made in Earth,’ Icicle has an eco-friendly approach and offers collections that celebrate nature through fabrics such as wool, silk, linen, cotton and cashmere. The brand’s aesthetic is also defined by clean lines, timeless designs and a soft colour palette. Focusing on the link between east and west, the new store features a cultural area as well as the brand’s ready-to-wear collections for men and women. grc Icicle, 35 avenue George V, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4359 1517, icicle.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 40

DREAM TEAM After the success of their previous collaboration, Parisian fashion house Yves Salomon and New York-born designer André Walker have once again joined forces. This season’s Pieces by André Walker collection is based on the themes of reusing, recycling and recreating, and centres around a joint vision for sustainability. The ready-towear designs, which span shirts, coats, trousers and dresses, are made from upcycled materials including organza, chiffon and fur. A neutral colour scheme of white, grey and navy is peppered with brighter hues. grc Yves Salomon, 245 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 4703 3490, yves-salomon.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 42

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A TRUE MASTERPIECE Italian high-jewellery house Buccellati has opened a new flagship store in Paris. Located on the prestigious rue SaintHonoré, the elegant new boutique occupies the same building as the renowned Hôtel Costes. A dark colour scheme lends the space a refined look and highlights the brand’s exquisite jewellery, silverware and watches, which are all expertly hand-crafted by artisans. Buccellati’s superb craftsmanship is evident in everything from its 1920s-inspired cocktails rings to its Animalier brooches and bridal collections. The brand celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, making this the perfect time to visit its new Paris flagship. grc Buccellati, 239 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 4260 1212, buccellati.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 42

FRENCH FLAIR True to form, De Fursac presents an elegant collection for autumn/winter 2019/20. The French brand is renowned for its sophisticated and expertly made formalwear for modern men, from suits to tuxedos and separates. This season it offers slim silhouettes, double-breasted suits and sleek dinner jackets. Velvets and corduroy lend texture to tailoring, while patterns include pinstripes, houndstooth and checks. With the addition of denim, leather blousons and knits, the brand also incorporates some more casual options into the range. De Fursac’s autumn/winter collection showcases Parisian tailoring at its best. grc De Fursac, 11bis rue Marbeuf, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4952 0810, defursac.fr FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 40

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ADEPT CONCEPT Marni’s autumn/winter 2019/20 Neuroerotik collection plays with philosophical notions of sensuality, freedom and censorship. Creative director Francesco Risso presents a collection that demonstrates complex and artful construction, using folds, draping and pleats across dresses and skirts. Tailoring is deconstructed, with checks and pixelated prints appearing as recurring motifs. Marni’s statement coats and dresses are among the key investment pieces of the season. The collection also includes platform boots, large bags and small wallets. grc Marni, 57 avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 5688 0808, marni.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 41

RIGHT ON TIME

PHOTO: (TOP) JONATHAN DE VILLIERS

Omega recently presented 18K Moonshine gold and the new alloy features in one of the brand’s musthave timepieces for women this year, the Omega Trésor in 18K Moonshine gold (€8,100). Lighter than yellow gold, 18K Moonshine gold is used on the 36mm case, hands and buckle of the timepiece, creating a striking contrast to the red garnet dial and leather strap. In keeping with the Trésor collection’s signature style, a pavé of 38 single-cut diamonds sweeps elegantly around the case. A single diamond sitting at the centre of the crown’s red liquid ceramic flower design adds a chic finishing touch. grc Omega, 362-364 rue Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, +33 (0)1 5535 0360, omegawatches.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 42

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10 QUESTIONS WITH: YVONNE LÉON Parisian jeweller Yvonne Léon launched her eponymous brand in 2013 and her pieces are among the coolest and most covetable in the French capital. With over 10,000 Instagram followers and stockists including Le Bon Marché and Dover Street Market, the label is one of the names to know in the city. Here, the designer discusses jewellery, family and the beauty of reinvention with Lucinda Turner

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WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO CREATE YOUR OWN JEWELLERY LINE? I started out in fashion – I was interested in clothes and I realised that I was always thinking about which kind of jewels could fit with this T-shirt, or this jacket. I was really obsessed with the jewels. HOW DOES YOUR EXPERIENCE AS A FASHION EDITOR AND STYLIST TRANSLATE INTO THE WORLD OF FINE JEWELLERY? The idea of collections, producing new things season after season and the idea of how to build a look and a spirit. WHERE DO YOU FIND INSPIRATION FOR YOUR NEW COLLECTIONS? Everywhere. I am very sensitive to design, but it can come from anywhere. It could come from a song, a movie or a memory.

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WHERE DID THE IDEA FOR THE RENOWNED UNDER-THE-EAR EARRINGS COME FROM? I have to admit that it came from my father, who is also a jeweller. He wanted to invent something special for his wife (my mum) – it’s a love story! YOU USE AN INCREDIBLE RANGE OF MODELS IN YOUR IMAGERY. HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE YVONNE LÉON WOMAN? Someone who is free to reinvent herself day after day, to create her own style, to change her mind; to go for the classic and to make a U-turn for something original and strong. She is free from codes and free from social class. WHICH ITEM OF JEWELLERY DO YOU WEAR EVERY DAY? I never take off my Feuilletis pendant.

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Above (clockwise from left): Yvonne Léon flagship store; two La Chevalière rings; a Feuilletis pendant


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IN A WORLD DOMINATED BY ECOMMERCE, HOW IMPORTANT IS YOUR BRICKS-ANDMORTAR STORE IN PARIS? The flagship is irreplaceable. This is where people can play and try things on in real life. It’s a place where women can talk about what they desire. I am glad if they feel comfortable in the store and ready to become themselves. WHICH YVONNE LÉON PIECE WOULD YOU RECOMMEND TO A NEW CUSTOMER? Our La Chevalière ring.

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WHAT DOES THE MADE IN PARIS STANDARD MEAN TO YOUR BRAND? It is a guarantee of quality and the effort that goes into the craftsmanship of our Parisian workshop. It seems essential to me in these times of high industrialisation to stay in a craft movement, to not let handmade things go astray. WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR YVONNE LÉON? No one knows, that is what is exciting.

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Yvonne Léon, 25 rue du Vieux Colombier, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)1 4325 3639, yvonneleon.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 46 Above (clockwise from top left): La Chevalière rings; the exterior of the flagship Paris store; the Boucle D’Oreille Barre earring


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SHOP SPOTLIGHT: BUCHERER

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ver the course of its 130-year history, Bucherer has forged excellent relationships with the world’s best watch brands. The strength of these bonds is showcased in the exclusive Bucherer Blue collection. Inspired by the colour blue, the range features timepiece designs from 20 manufacturers selected by the brand. Blue is not only Bucherer’s signature hue, but it is also a shade that has inspired numerous artists throughout history, as well as being a timeless and elegant colour choice for timepieces. The Bucherer Blue collection comprises 39 exclusive watches for men and women from an impressive list of names: Audemars Piguet,

SHOP Spotlight in paid partnership with Bucherer

Baume & Mercier, Blancpain, Breguet, Carl F Bucherer, Chopard, Glashütte Original, H Moser & Cie, Hublot, IWC Schaffhausen, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Longines, Oris, Panerai, Piaget, Rado, Roger Dubuis, Tag Heuer, Tissot, Tudor and Vacheron Constantin. Each piece offers the perfect display of the respective manufacturer’s technical know-how, craftsmanship and unique style. grc Bucherer, 12 boulevard des Capucines, 75009 Paris, +33 (0)1 70 99 1888, bucherer.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 44


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Menswear


Moment From world-renowned heritage brands to cutting-edge streetwear labels, Paris Fashion Week Men’s is taking centre stage in the fashion industry, as Rebecca Rhys-Evans reports

Left: Kenzo autumn/winter 2019/20

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Above: Celine autumn/winter 2019/20

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t’s official – menswear is having a moment. From Instagram hype driving in-store sneaker sales to a flourishing men’s grooming industry, business is booming for the menswear market. Despite this, some men’s fashion weeks are reportedly struggling to garner the same interest and traction as in previous years – with the notable exception of Paris. While London and New York are driven heavily by emerging talent, Paris offers a more balanced programme of old and new. Prestigious French designers feature alongside leading international luxury brands, including Thom Browne and Rick Owens from the US, Paul Smith and JW Anderson from the UK, Loewe from Spain and Jil Sander from Germany. Several Japanese and Scandinavian labels are also present, putting Paris Fashion Week Men’s at the heart of the global menswear scene. It also showcases illustrious creative directors, rising stars and a plethora of styles, from tailoring to trend. Paris Fashion Week Men’s is for the guy that does both. Couture and cool, it rivals London for its contemporary streetwear scene, and its reputation for traditional, family-run houses is on a par with Milan’s. Virgil Abloh is the embodiment of this dual approach, and the renowned designer presents his own cutting-edge label Off-White as well the classic French fashion of Louis Vuitton, where he is men’s artistic director. Some might argue that all fashion capitals offer this kind of range, but few events can match the diversity and pioneering command that Paris has shown in recent seasons. The autumn/winter 2019/20 collections offered a wealth of highlights, including Hedi Slimane’s first Celine line specifically for men, which showcased his superb signature tailoring. Having proved his genius at Saint Laurent, Slimane has stayed true to his aesthetic at Celine, presenting sharp suits for every kind of man. Options included pinstripe, double-breasted, slimfit and oversized styles – a veritable sartorial feast for all. Menswear brands at the event encompass an eclectic mix of talent. Classic style has made a cool comeback, with Dior Homme, Berluti, Paul Smith and Dunhill presenting autumn/winter 2019/20 collections that promise tailoring with a contemporary twist. Paul Smith and Berluti have


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Above: Jacquemus spring/summer 2020


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both gone for a cosy clash of colours and textures this winter, with bold shearling coats, leather jackets and abstract floral print suits. Looking forward to spring, the labels introduce 1980s-inspired silhouettes and pastel palettes with a sense of couture. The June shows for spring/summer 2020 brought another week of highlights. Kenzo presented its final show under creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon – the design duo who have been behind the commercial success of the brand since 2011. To say they went out with a bang would be an understatement. The show featured a surprise performance from Solange in front of a Above (from left): Berluti; Paul Smith, both autumn/winter 2019/20

20,000-strong crowd, which included celebrities such as singer MIA. Simon Porte Jacquemus rounded off Paris Fashion Week Men’s by inviting selected editors and influencers to the sun-drenched lavender fields of Provence, to celebrate a decade of his eponymous label. The catwalk was a fuchsia-pink carpet, running a third of a mile through the stunning setting, which provided such striking images that you could practically smell the flowers through your Instagram feed. Bees buzzed, models walked, and the industry watched closely as Jacquemus worked his magic for the tenth year running, showcasing one of the most spectacular shows in Fashion Week Men’s history.

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For the first time, the industry’s focus seems to be shifting from womenswear to menswear


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For the first time, the fashion industry’s focus seems to be shifting from womenswear to menswear. ‘The men’s market has traditionally been a lot smaller than the women’s market, but as the women’s business slows, so the men’s business expands,’ explains Dylan Thomas, GQ’s editorin-chief. ‘This, of course, has been due to one thing and one thing only: consumer demand. Men these days expect great clothes at every price level, be that high street, mid-market, designer, luxury or bespoke. They expect quality at any price and, so far, the market appears to be delivering it.’ In an era of shows, collaborations and drops surrounded by social media-driven hype,

designers such as Abloh and Dior’s Kim Jones are now attracting as much attention as the leading womenswear creatives. While London is celebrated for its creativity, commerciality is king in New York and tradition rules in Milan, Paris is the one location right now that seems to offer it all. Here, boundary-pushing brands such as Vetements, Pigalle Paris and Raf Simons create an atmosphere that encourages the more classical designers to go a step further, and audiences leave each season’s event in the City of Light even more excited about the next. In this melting pot of talent, the future of menswear in the French capital looks bright

Above: Solange Knowles on the catwalk during Kenzo’s spring/summer 2020 show


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RAISING THE BAR Offering environmental and health benefits, natural wine has become increasingly popular in Paris. Ginger Rose Clark picks out some of the best bars in the city to enjoy a glass or two

Natural wine is created in full respect of nature. While it may be difficult to completely define it, the general consensus is that natural wine is made with minimal chemical and technical intervention, little-to-no sulphur and by small producers in small batches. Better for both the environment and those who drink it, natural wine has witnessed colossal success in France and the country produces one of the widest offerings in the world. Many of Paris’s food and drink establishments now proudly feature it on their menus and the city has become internationally renowned for its natural wine offering. From wine bars to cafes, restaurants and tasting rooms, these natural wine destinations showcase the burgeoning sector at its finest. globalblue.com


SEPTIME LA CAVE Anyone familiar with the name of Septime on rue de Charonne will know this is a restaurant with high standards and excellent produce. This philosophy is carried through to the wine bar Septime La Cave, which has a wide range of natural wines. Visitors can find a bottle to take away or spend a leisurely hour or two over drinks, soaking up the cosy atmosphere. To accompany the wine, Septime La Cave serves up innovative small dishes, such as eel foie gras, toasted bread with smoked butter and black truffles, or leeks with ricotta and pecans. Septime La Cave, 3 rue Basfroi, 75011 Paris, +33 (0)1 4367 1487, septime-lacave.fr


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LE P’TIT PINARD Le P’tit Pinard is a charming wine shop and bar, run by Charlotte Poumailloux and Julien Pontoizeau. In a light-filled space located on a quiet street in the 11th arrondissement, the duo offer a warm welcome. Pontoizeau is in charge of the wine offering, while Poumailloux magics up a selection of dishes from the compact, glass-fronted kitchen. The menu changes weekly, featuring seasonal ingredients in celebration of the French terroir, and Le P’tit Pinard also serves brunch at the weekend. Expect small plates that are ideal for sharing, such as Black Angus beef with fennel or pink clams with nduja salami, not to mention a selection of delicious desserts – the perfect accompaniments to a superb wine offering. Le P’tit Pinard, 18 rue Saint Ambroise, 75011 Paris, +33 (0)9 8702 0011, leptitpinard.fr

LA CURIEUSE COMPAGNIE La Curieuse Compagnie is a wine shop and bar that celebrates natural wine. The young, knowledgeable team behind the bar are happy to share their recommendations on the organic, biodynamic and natural wines that line one wall. While you can simply pop in to purchase a bottle to take away, we recommend you sit in to appreciate the laidback atmosphere of the place. Try a pét-nat (the colloquial term for natural sparkling wines), or opt for one of the many reds to pair with wellexecuted small dishes such as cured fish. La Curieuse Compagnie is a great place to while away an evening over a flavoursome glass or two. La Curieuse Compagnie, 32 rue de l’Echiquier, 75010 Paris, +33 (0)9 8667 4142, curieusecompagnie.com globalblue.com


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228 LITRES Situated in the 9th arrondissement, recently opened 228 Litres comprises a wine shop, wine bar and tasting room. Its location in Montmartre has a rich history of wine bars – the area was not considered a part of Paris until 1860 so Parisians would come to bars around nearby rue des Martyrs to avoid paying the city’s taxes on the beverage. Specialising in vintage wines, 228 Litres carries over 300 wine references, including a large selection of organic, biodynamic and natural options. Choose a bottle to take away, or sit in to discover some of the carefully selected wines by founder Pierre Renauld (customers should note there is a €10 corkage fee per bottle). Renauld is passionate about wine – a love that he is keen to share with others – and 228 Litres also hosts tastings and masterclasses. 228 Litres, 3 rue Victor Massé, 75009 Paris, +33 (0)1 7160 5157, 228litres.fr

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LA ROBE & LA MOUSSE A sibling to craft beer bar and restaurant La Fine Mousse, La Robe & La Mousse places the focus on both beer and wine. Enjoy French craft beer from the bar’s 16 taps and two cask pumps, or opt for one of the natural, organic or biodynamic wines, served by the glass or bottle. Take a seat at the wooden bar or head down to the vaulted cellar to enjoy your drink, along with a selection of charcuterie and cheese, warm pies or small bites to eat. La Robe & La Mousse is a perfect option for wine and beer drinkers alike. La Robe & La Mousse, 3 rue Monsieur le Prince, 75006 Paris, +33 (0)9 8129 2989, lafinemousse.fr


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Global Blue’s guide ensures you make the most of your trip to Paris with a look at its must-visit destinations, from a leading jewellery brand to the world-famous Eiffel Tower. Start with our highlights before delving deeper with expert guidance from our well-travelled team. For further helpful hints and detailed city guides, check out globalblue.com.


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DINH VAN Launched in 1976, the enduringly popular Menottes collection has been the heart of jewellery brand Dinh Van for over 40 years. The name means handcuffs, and the range showcases the clasp as central to each piece’s design, rather than being hidden as in traditional styles. The Menottes clasp is also designed to be practically impossible to open once it’s been closed, making the items in the collection true forever pieces. The range encompasses necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings, and the finest items also incorporate diamonds, malachite, tiger’s eye, carnelian and agate. sm Dinh Van, 16 rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, +33 (0)1 4261 7449, dinhvan.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 45

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Lavinia’s core aim has always been to offer the best wine from the best makers. Founded in 1999 by Pascal Chevrot and Thierry Servant, and now run by Charlotte Servant, Lavinia works directly with vineyards and producers to verify the provenance of everything it sells. With 5,000 wines from more than 30 countries, as well as 1,500 spirits from across the globe, the efforts made by Lavinia’s sommeliers to find the best and most exciting wines are self-evident. fm

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‘When it comes to shopping, the Merci boutique at 111 boulevard Beaumarchais is our favourite boutique in Paris. They renew everything frequently, and there are always beautiful things to see.’ ‘In terms of architecture, we really like the post office on rue Castex. It’s in a superb art deco building. If you want to relax, visit Buttes Chaumont park.’ ‘If you’re looking for a place for a special dinner, we would

try Yam’Tcha restaurant, which looks excellent. It’s French-Chinese fusion cuisine. We watched the episode of TV show Chef’s Table: France about head chef Adeline Grattard, and, ever since, we’ve been dreaming of going there!’ ‘Our favourite spot for a late-night drink is the Moonshiner cocktail bar, hidden at the back of a pizzeria. Our secret Paris tip is Mary Gelateria on rue du

Temple; they have delicious ice cream, but few people know about them.’ ‘On a Sunday morning, walk along the banks of the Seine, beginning at the Port de l’Arsenal, then working your way up. You can even see a well-hidden anamorphosic design by artist Georges Rousse along the way.’ ‘Paris is filled with wonderful tourist attractions, and the one we feel is not to be missed is La Fée Electricité, a

Above (all): Yam’Tcha restaurant Right (clockwise from top left): interior and exterior of Merci; the beautiful Buttes Chaumont park

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官 宣了:男装 正 出尽风 头。从引得 实体店 运 动 鞋 销 量 激 增的Instagram热 潮,到新 一代 男士 护 理 产品等方兴未艾 的趋 势,男士用品行业 发 展 得 红 红 火火。近年来,有不少 新闻 预言,某 些男士 专场时装 周的价值 将有所下降;可恰 恰 相反,巴 黎男装 周却 蒸 蒸日上。 伦敦 和纽 约十分 倚重 初 露锋芒的年 轻 人 才,而巴 黎的新 老 结 构则 更 加均 衡。巴 黎不 仅 有众多名声斐然 的法国设 计师,也 汇 聚了 顶尖 国际 奢 侈品牌,包括来自美国的 Thom Browne 和 Rick Owens,来自英国的Paul Smith和 JW Anderson,来自西 班 牙的Loewe,以 及 来自德国 的 Jil Sanders;此 外,秀 场上 还有几家来自日本 和 斯 堪 的纳维 亚半岛的品牌。巴 黎男装 周可谓 全 球男装 行业 的焦点 所在。 赫 赫 有名的 创意 大佬 和崭露头角的后起 之 秀 云 集巴 黎男装 周,秀 场上高级 感 与新潮 范 兼 备,从定制 西服 到前卫穿 搭,种 种风 格 款 式令 人 眼花 缭 乱。巴 黎充 满 现代 风范 的街头服 装 上图: Solange Knowles为Kenzo 2020春夏系列走秀

行业 和 伦敦平 分秋色,而当地 久负 盛名的传 统 家 族品牌则 可与米 兰的同行分庭 抗 礼。这两点 在 Virgil Abloh身上体 现 得 淋 漓 尽致,这位 知名 设 计师 不 仅经营着自己的新 锐潮牌Off-White, 还在传 统法国时尚巨头 路易威 登(Louis Vuitton)担任男装 艺 术总监。或许有人会 说, 所有 的时尚都 市 都同样 包 罗万象;但 纵 观巴 黎 时装 周在 最 近 几个季度中展现 出的多元 性与 开拓 性,很 少有 哪 场时尚盛 事能与之 相比。 2019/20年 秋冬 季的各品牌系列亮点纷繁, 例 如Hedi Slimane在Celine打造 的 首个男装系 列,他 在其中展现了自己标 志性 的 精湛 剪 裁。Slimane已 经在 Saint Laurent证明了自己的 非凡 才华,来到Celine后他 秉 持自己的审 美 风 格,为各种 类 型的男士提 供干练 笔 挺 的西 装。 细 条 纹 款、双 排 扣款、修身款 和超 大尺寸 款一 应俱 全,堪 称一场为所有人准 备 的西 装 盛 宴。 巴 黎 秀 场上 的各大男装品牌 融 汇了奇妙 缤 纷 的 创意 才华。Dior Homme、Berluti、Paul Smith和 Dunhil的 2019/20年 秋冬 季系列都为西 装赋 予了一股 现代气 息,让 经典风 格 强 势回 归。在 今 年的冬 装系列中,Paul Smith 和 Berluti都选 择了让 人倍感 温 暖 惬 意的配色 与面


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料,推出引人注目的羔 羊 毛大衣、皮夹克 和 饰 有 抽 象 花卉图案的西 装。至于来 年春 季,两家 品牌展现了80年 代 风 格 的廓 形 与 极具高级 感 的素 雅色调。 各大品牌 在 这个 六月展 望2020年春夏季, 呈现了又一 个 精 彩 纷呈的时装 周。Kenzo带来 了由创意 总监Carol Lim和 Humberto Leon操刀 的最 后 一场大秀 — —自2011年以 来,这 对 设 计 搭档 一直 在幕后引领着 该品牌 的商业 宏图;说 他们 是 激 流 勇退、功成 身 退尚且 显得 有些 轻 描 淡写。在 这 场大秀上,索兰格(Solange)出 人 意 料地 现 身T台,为两 万多名观 众 上演了一 场 惊 喜表演,台下坐着的人中不乏歌 星 MIA等 各界名流。 Simon Porte Jacquemus为巴 黎男装 周添 上 了点睛之笔。他 邀请了众多时尚编 辑 和网红, 来到阳光明媚 的普罗旺 斯 薰 衣 草 花田,共同庆 祝他的同名品牌 创立十周年。他的 T台就 是 一 条足足有三分之一英 里长的浅 莲 红色 地 毯,贯 穿于不 可胜收的绝 美背景之中;哪怕是 透 过 Instagram上 那 些 令人惊 叹的照 片,你 都 仿佛能 真切地闻到馥 郁 芬 芳。蜜 蜂 嗡 嗡低 吟,模 特 摇 曳 生姿,整 个时尚界都 注 视 着Jacquemus在 这 场 十 年庆典上 施 展 魔力,呈现 出巴 黎男装 周有 史以 来 最令人叹为观 止 的大秀之一。 前所 未有地,时尚界 的焦点似乎由女 装 转 移 到了男装。“传 统 上,男装 市场 要比女 装 市场 小 得多,但 随 着女 装 行业 发 展 放 缓,男装的生 意 就 扩张开 来。”GQ杂志 主编 Dylan Thomas 解 释 道,“当然,这都是有原因的,而且 原因只 有一 个:顾客的需 求。如 今的男士期 望看到各 种 价位 的优 质服 装,无论是高街、中端市场、 设 计师品牌、奢 侈品牌还 是定制剪 裁。他们 期 待 各 个价位 的优 质产品,而目前来 看,市场 似 乎正在实现 这一点。” 在 这 样 一 个作 秀、联名合作 与限 量 营 销的 时代,在 社 交 媒 体主导的炒 作 宣传 随 处可见的 今 天,Abloh和 迪奥 的Kim Jones等男装设 计师 吸引的关注 度 丝 毫不逊 于顶尖 女 装创意人 士。 伦敦以创意 著 称,纽 约 拥 商业为王,米 兰 以传 统为主导 — —而当今的巴 黎则看上去兼 有这 三者所 长。在 这 里,Vetements、Pigalle Paris和 Raf Simons等 锐 意 进 取 的品牌 创造了一 种 氛围,激 励更具古典气 质的设 计师们 更 进一 步;而每 个季度 观 众们 离开“光 之 城 ”时,无不 对巴 黎的下一场时装 周盛 事 感 到更 加心潮澎 湃。在法国首都,在 这 样 一座 创意 才华 的熔 炉,男装的未 来 看 起 来一片明朗。

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РУССКИЙ ПЕРЕВОД 26: MENSWEAR MOMENT ЛОВИ МОМЕНТ

От всемирно известных домов моды до брендов уличной одежды, Парижская неделя мужской моды набирает все большую популярность, – рассказывает Ребекка Риз-Эванс Мужская мода переживает невиданную популярность, начиная от дропов кроссовок, раскручивающихся через Instagram, и заканчивая средствами по уходу за волосами. И несмотря на недавние прогнозы о спаде интереса к мужским модным событиям, популярность Парижской Недели моды с каждым годом только растет. Если Лондон и Нью-Йорк традиционно делают ставку на новые таланты, то в Париже сохраняется определенный баланс между разными поколениями дизайнеров. Престижные французские модельеры представляют свои коллекции наряду с ведущими модными брендами, включая Thom Browne и Rick Owens из США, Paul Smith и JW Anderson из Великобритании, Loewe из Испании и Jil Sander из Германии. Ряд японских и скандинавских лейблов также фигурируют в показах, что еще больше усиливает позиции Парижской Недели мужской моды. Мужские показы в Париже с их выдающимися креативными директорами, восходящими талантами и мириадами стилей рождают изысканные и стильные образы. Париж конкурирует с Лондоном по части современного streetwear, и практически не уступает Милану по количеству традиционных домов моды. Похожую разносторонность можно наблюдать у дизайнера Вирджил Абло. Помимо собственного лейбла Off-White, он руководит мужской линией классического французского дома Louis Vuitton. Возможно, для всех модных столиц мира характерны подобные тенденции, однако не многие мероприятия смогут похвастаться таким же уровнем многогранности и разносторонности, какой можно было наблюдать в Париже на протяжении последних нескольких сезонов. globalblue.ru

Коллекции осень-зима 2019/20 были полны ярких моментов. Взять, к примеру, дебютный мужской показ Эди Слимана для Celine, на котором дизайнер представил серию фирменных смокингов. Не раз доказав гениальность во время сотрудничества с Saint Laurent, Слиман остался верен свой эстетике и в Celine. В новую коллекцию вошли рубашки в тонкую полоску, а также приталенные и свободные двубортные пиджаки на любой вкус. Участники последних мужских показов были самые разношерстные. В коллекциях осень-зима 2019/20 Dior Homme, Berluti, Paul Smith и Dunhill способствовали эффектному возвращению классического стиля с акцентом на строгий тейлоринг в современной интерпретации. Paul Smith и Berluti заготовили для зимнего сезона яркий коктейль красок и текстур: нарядные дубленки, кожаные куртки и костюмы с абстрактным цветочным принтом. В ожидании весны бренды представили практически

Впервые за долгие годы интерес публики стал смещаться в сторону мужских коллекций кутюрные силуэты в духе 1980х в сочетании с пастельными оттенками. В преддверии сезона весна-лето 2020 июньские показы подарили еще одну неделю ярких событий. Kenzo показало финальную коллекцию арт-директоров Кэрол Ким и Умберто Леона, которые задавали тон бренда с 2011 года. Сказать, что показ прошел на ура было бы преуменьшением. Выступление Solange перед 20-тысячной толпой стало большим сюрпризом для зрителей, среди которых было немало знаменитостей, включая певца MIA. Симон Порт Жакмю закрыл Парижскую Неделю мужской моды, пригласив редакторов и инфлюенсеров на утопающие в солнечных лучах лавандовые поля Прованса, чтобы отпраздновать десятилетие своего одноименного бренда. Ярко-розовая ковровая дорожка протянулась на пол километра между великолепных декораций, настолько ярких, что сделанные для Instagram фото буквально источали аромат цветов. Вокруг


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Такие бренды, как Vetements, Pigalle Paris и Raf Simons создают невероятную атмосферу, которая побуждает классических дизайнеров постоянно двигаться дальше, и с каждым новым сезоном публика покидает город любви в восторженном ожидании следующей Недели моды. Можно не сомневаться, что в этом уникальном плавильном котле талантов мужскую моду ожидает безоблачное будущее.

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жужжали пчелы, по дорожке проплывали модели, а завороженные гости с вниманием наблюдали за тем, как Жакмю творил чудеса уже десятый год подряд, руководя одним из самых впечатляющих шоу-показов в истории мужских недель моды. Впервые за долгие годы интерес публики стал смещаться в сторону мужских коллекций. «Индустрия мужской одежды всегда была заметно скромнее женской, но с замедлением последней мужской сегмент бизнеса стал значительно расширяться, – поясняет Дилан Томас, главный редактор GQ. – Это, конечно, было вызвано только одним фактором: потребительским спросом. В наше время мужчины ожидают от модной индустрии качественной одежды во всех ценовых категориях, будь то массмаркет, мидмаркет, дизайнерский бренд, люкс или bespoke. Для них важно качество по любой цене, и рынок, похоже, это обеспечивает». В эпоху шоу-показов, коллабораций, дропов и социальных сетей дизайнеры, такие как Абло и Ким Джонс из Dior, привлекают не меньше внимания, чем ведущие модельеры женской одежды. Лондон славится креативным уличным стилем, Нью-Йорк – успешными коммерческими проектами, Милан – классическими традициями, ну а Париж, пожалуй, единственное место на сегодняшний день, где все это собрано воедино. Сверху: Berluti осень-зима 2019/20

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‫‪ Slimane‬وفيًّا ألسلوبه يف دار ‪ Celine‬بتقديم بذّات‬ ‫أنيقة تناسب الرجال عىل اختالف أذواقهم‪ ،‬وتشمل تلك‬ ‫املقلّمة واملز ّودة بخطّني من األزرار والضيّقة والواسعة –‬ ‫مجموعة رائعة تناسب الجميع بالفعل!‬ ‫أظهرت العالمات التجاريّة الرجاليّة خالل العروض‪،‬‬ ‫تن ّو ًعا استثنائيًّا يف املواهب‪ .‬وقد عاد األسلوب التقليدي إىل‬ ‫الساحة إنّ ا بلمسة حداثة‪ ،‬وذلك مع عرض ‪ Dior‬للرجال‬ ‫و‪ Berluti‬و‪ Paul Smith‬و‪ Dunhill‬ملجموعاتهم‬ ‫ملوسم خريف‪/‬شتاء ‪ 2019/2020‬التي وعدت بتقديم‬ ‫بذّات أنيقة بلمسة عرصيّة‪.‬‬ ‫كل من ‪ Paul Smith‬و‪ Berloti‬هذا الشتاء‬ ‫ق ّدم ّ‬ ‫مزيجاً متناقضاً إنّ ا دافئاً بألوانه وأقمشته‪ ،‬يض ّم معاطف‬ ‫سميكة من فرو الغنم وأخرى من الجلد‪ ،‬وبذّات مطبّعة‬ ‫برسوم األزهار التجريديّة‪ .‬وتتطلع العالمتان إىل الخريف‬ ‫من خالل اعتامد أزياء استوحت تصاميمها األنيقة وألوانها‬ ‫الباستيل الهادئة من مثانينيّات القرن العرشين‪.‬‬ ‫ومتهيدا ً لتشكيلة ربيع‪/‬صيف ‪ ،2020‬أحدثت عروض‬ ‫حزيران‪/‬يونيو أسبوعا ً بارزًا آخر‪ .‬ق ّدمت دار ‪Kenzo‬‬ ‫عرضها األخري بإرشاف مديري االبتكار لديها ‪Carol Lim‬‬ ‫و‪ ،Humberto Leon‬املصممني اللذين كانا وراء النجاح‬ ‫التجاري الباهر الذي حققته هذه العالمة منذ سنة ‪،2011‬‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫وقد أحدثت مغادرتهام الدار ما هو أصخب من ضجة‬ ‫بكثري‪ .‬تض ّمن العرض مفاجأة متثّلت يف إطاللة للمغنية‬ ‫األمريكية ‪ Solange‬أمام جمهور ض ّم حوايل ‪ 20‬ألف‬ ‫مشاهد‪ ،‬وال سيام عدد من املشاهري كاملغنية ‪.MIA‬‬ ‫أما ‪ Simon Porte Jacquemus‬فاختتم أسبوع‬ ‫املوضة الرجاليّة يف باريس بدعوة مجموعة مختارة من‬ ‫محرري املوضة ومؤثري وسائل التواصل االجتامعي إىل‬ ‫حقول الخزامى املشمسة يف ريف الربوفانس الفرنيس‪،‬‬ ‫لالحتفال مبرور عقد عىل إطالق العالمة التي تحمل اسمه‪.‬‬ ‫وكانت منصة العرض عبارة عن سجادة ذات لون أرجواين‬ ‫مائل إىل الزهري‪ ،‬متت ّد عىل مساحة ثلث ميل‪ ،‬وسط‬ ‫الديكور الطبيعي الرائع‪ ،‬مام أمثر صورا ً عىل انستغرام‬ ‫يخيّل للناظر إليها أنّها تعبق بأريج األزهار‪ .‬وفيام كان‬ ‫النحل يط ّن يف خالل العرض‪ ،‬مشت العارضات عىل املنصة‬ ‫أمام أنظار العاملني يف قطاع األزياء‪ .‬وقد شكّل هذا العرض‬ ‫الساحر لـ‪ Jacquemus‬أحد أجمل العروض يف تاريخ‬ ‫أسبوع األزياء الرجاليّة‪.‬‬ ‫وللمرة األوىل‪ ،‬بدا أن قطاع األزياء ينقل تركيزه من‬ ‫املوضة النسائية إىل الر ّجالية‪ .‬وأوضح رئيس تحرير مجلة‬ ‫‪ GQ‬املتخصصة يف املوضة الر ّجالية ‪:Dylan Thomas‬‬ ‫“لطاملا كان سوق األزياء الرجالية أصغر بكثري من السوق‬ ‫النسايئ‪ ،‬ولكن يف ظل تباطؤ السوق النسايئ‪ ،‬ها إن السوق‬ ‫الر ّجايل يأخذ بالتوسع”‪ .‬وأضاف‪“ :‬يعود ذلك بالطبع إىل أمر‬ ‫واحد ووحيد‪ ،‬وهو طلب املستهلك‪ .‬فالرجال يف أيامنا هذه‬ ‫يتوقعون مالبس رائعة بأسعار تناسب كافة املستويات‪ ،‬إن‬ ‫عىل مستوى املالبس الفاخرة‪ ،‬أو العادية‪ ،‬أو أزياء املصممني‬ ‫الراقية أو تلك املص ّممة حسب القياس وعىل الطلب‪.‬‬ ‫فالرجال يتوقعون نوعية جيدة بأي سعر‪ ،‬وحتى اآلن يبدو‬ ‫أن السوق يلبّي طلبهم”‪.‬‬

‫ويف عرص تتخلّله العروض وأعامل التعاون واإلصدارات‬ ‫املحدودة‪ ،‬وسط صخب وسائل التواصل االجتامعي‪ ،‬يستحوذ‬ ‫املصممون مثل ‪ Abloh‬و‪( Kim Jones‬من دار ‪)Dior‬‬ ‫عىل اهتامم مامثل لذاك الذي يحظى به مصممو األزياء‬ ‫النسائية‪.‬‬ ‫وفيام تشتهر لندن بإبداعها وتشكل نيويورك العنوان‬ ‫األبرز تجارياً ويطغى الطابع التقليدي عىل أزياء ميالنو‪ ،‬تعترب‬ ‫كل هذه امليزات‬ ‫باريس اليوم املدينة الوحيدة التي توفّر ّ‬ ‫مجتمعة‪ .‬ففيها‪ ،‬تساهم العالمات التي تتخطى الحدود‬ ‫التقليدية‪ ،‬مثل”‪ ”Vetements‬و”‪”Pigalle Paris‬‬ ‫و”‪ ،”Raf Simons‬يف توفري مناخ يشجع املصممني الذين‬ ‫مييلون أكرث إىل الكالسيكيّة‪ ،‬عىل القيام بخطوات خارجة عن‬ ‫كل موسم وهو‬ ‫املألوف‪ .‬ويغادر جمهور املوضة مدينة األنوار ّ‬ ‫أش ّد لهفة ألسبوع األزياء الر ّجالية املقبل‪ .‬ويف هذه البوتقة‬ ‫من املواهب‪ ،‬يبدو مستقبل املوضة الر ّجالية يف العاصمة‬ ‫الفرنسية مرشقاً‪.‬‬

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‫عندما تتس ّوق حول العامل‪،‬‬ ‫تس ّوق من دون دفع الرضيبة‬

‫تقدّم لك غلوبل بلو ‪ Global Blue‬خدمة التس ّوق من دون‬ ‫دفع الرضيبة ‪ Tax Free‬لتدّخر املال لدى تس ّوقك يف أكرث من‬ ‫‪ 300,000‬متجر يف أبرز مناطق التس ّوق حول العامل‪.‬‬ ‫فل َم ال تنض ّم إىل الـ ‪ 26‬مليون مسافر الذين يتس ّوقون من دون‬ ‫كل سنة؟‬ ‫دفع الرضيبة من خالل غلوبل بلو ‪ّ Global Blue‬‬ ‫ما عليك إال أن تبحث عن النجمة الزرقاء أو تسأل عن غلوبل‬ ‫بلو ‪ Global Blue‬وتتبع خطواتنا السهلة‪.‬‬ ‫‪ .1‬تس ّوق‬ ‫أينام تس ّوقت‪ ،‬أطلب الحصول عىل طلب اس”داد الرضيبة‬ ‫الخاص بغلوبل بلو ‪ Global Blue‬وتذكّر أن تحتفظ‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫باإليصاالت‪.‬‬ ‫‪ .2‬أطلب‬ ‫يف طريق العودة إىل وطنك‪ ،‬أقصد مكتب الجامرك عند نقطة‬ ‫املغادرة لتتم املصادقة عىل إيصاالتك قبل قبض االس”داد من‬ ‫الخاصة بنا‪.‬‬ ‫أحد مكاتب االس”داد‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫لالتّصال‪:‬‬

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‫مش”ياتك‪ .‬يشمل مبلغ االس”داد النهايئ الذي ستحصل عليه‬ ‫مجموع الرضيبة عىل القيمة املضافة ناقص رسم إداري‪ .‬يف‬ ‫بعض املطارات‪ ،‬يُفرض رسم خدمة نقدي عىل كل طلب اس”داد‬ ‫رضيبة يف حال رغبت بالحصول عىل اس”داد فوري نقدي‪.‬‬ ‫‪globalblue.com‬‬


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‫كُن أنيقًا!‬

‫من العالمات التجاريّة العريقة املعروفة عامل ًّيا‬ ‫إىل تلك املبتكرة بأسلوب “‪،”streetwear‬‬ ‫يتصدّ ر أسبوع باريس لألزياء الرجال ّية قطاع‬ ‫املوضة‪ ،‬وفقًا لتقرير ‪Rebecca Rhys-Evans‬‬

‫يف األعىل‪ 2020 :‬فيص‪/‬عيبر ‪Jacquemus‬‬

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‫ال ّ‬ ‫شك أ ّن املالبس الرجاليّة تحقّق اليوم نجاحاً غري‬ ‫مسبوق‪ .‬فقطاع األعامل هذا يف ازدهار مطّرد‪ .‬وذلك‬ ‫منصة “انستغرام” التي تزيد‬ ‫واضح من خالل تأثري ّ‬ ‫مبيعات األحذية الرياضية يف املتاجر‪ ،‬أو من خالل موضة‬ ‫رشاء منتجات الحالقة الرجالية‪ .‬وبعكس ما ورد مؤخّرا ً‬ ‫من أخبار تتح ّدث عن انخفاض قيمة بعض أسابيع املوضة‬ ‫الرجاليّة‪ ،‬فا ّن أسبوع باريس لألزياء الرجاليّة يحقّق نجا ًحا‬ ‫تلو اآلخر‪.‬‬ ‫يف حني تركّز مدينتا لندن ونيويورك عىل املواهب‬ ‫الناشئة‪ ،‬تق ّدم باريس برنام ًجا أكرث توازنًا يض ّم القديم‬ ‫والجديد عىل ح ّد سواء‪ .‬تجد املص ّممني الفرنسيّني الراقني‬ ‫يعرضون جنباً إىل جنب العالمات التجاريّة العامليّة‬ ‫الفاخرة‪ ،‬عىل سبيل ‪ Thom Browne‬و ‪Rick‬‬ ‫‪ Owens‬من الواليات املتّحدة و ‪Paul Smith‬‬ ‫و ‪ J.W Anderson‬من اململكة املتّحدة و ‪Loewe‬‬ ‫فضال عن‬ ‫من إسبانيا و‪ Jil Sander‬من أملانيا‪ .‬ذلك ً‬ ‫مام يضع‬ ‫العالمات التجاريّة اليابانيّة واالسكندنافيّة ّ‬ ‫أسبوع باريس لألزياء الرجاليّة يف قلب الساحة العاملية‬ ‫للمالبس الرجاليّة‪.‬‬ ‫وبفضل مدراء االبتكار الالمعني والنجوم الصاعدين‬ ‫واملوضة املتنوعة التصاميم‪ ،‬يق ّدم أسبوع باريس لألزياء‬ ‫الرجاليّة عروض أزياء تقليدية راقية وعرصيّة مبتكرة‬ ‫يف الوق“ عينه‪ .‬حتّى أنّه ينافس لندن يف مجال املالبس‬ ‫العرصية “‪ ،”Streetwear‬وميالنو املعروفة بدور‬ ‫املوضة التقليديّة الخاصة بها والتي تديرها العائالت‪.‬‬ ‫ويجسد املص ّمم الشهري ‪Virgil Abloh‬هذه املقاربة‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫الثنائيّة‪ ،‬إذ يق ّدم يف الوق“ نفسه عالمته العرصيّة‬ ‫“‪ ”Off-White‬وتصاميم ‪ Louis Vuitton‬الفرنسيّة‬ ‫التقليديّة الراقية‪ ،‬حيث يعمل كمدير ف ّني لقسم املالبس‬ ‫كل عواصم املوضة تق ّدم‬ ‫الرجالية‪ .‬قد يقول البعض إ ّن ّ‬ ‫مجموعة واسعة كهذه‪ ،‬غري أنه ال ميكن إالّ لحفنة من‬ ‫العروض أن تضاهي التن ّوع والريادة التي أظهرتها باريس‬ ‫يف املواسم األخرية‪.‬‬ ‫ق ّدم“ مجموعات خريف‪/‬شتاء ‪2020 /2019‬‬ ‫العديد من املزايا‪ ،‬منها خط األزياء الرجالية ‪Celine‬‬ ‫الجديد للمصمم ‪ Hedi Slimane‬الذي يربز مهاراته‬ ‫الرائعة يف خياطة البذات الرجالية الكالسيكيّة‪ .‬بعد أن‬ ‫أظهر إبداعه يف دار أزياء ‪ ،Saint-Laurent‬بقي‬


SO U V E N I R

Wish You Were Here

A simple T-shirt emblazoned with the name of a destination has long been a souvenir staple. For a fashion-forward update on a timeless take-home item, Parisian label Balmain’s lilac sweater is the perfect choice. The pictured on-trend pastel shade will see you through the season ahead, and classic black and white versions are also available. With the house’s Save an average of 12% by shopping tax free, see page 50

sleek, modern updated logo across the front, as well as the city, there is no better reminder of your time in the French capital of style. lt Balmain sweater, €890, Balmain, 44 rue François 1er, 75008 Paris, +33 (0)1 4720 5758, balmain.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 41


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