Canada Global (Web News) For the first time in decades, the French fashion house Pierre Cardin returned to the official Paris Fashion Week programme with a bright, eccentric lineup of looks that harked back to its space age glory.
Models walked the runway wearing asymmetrical gowns and capes, two-toned suit jackets with triangular-shaped lapels, glossy gold bottoms, and skinny ties with an arrow-like tip.
Across the street from France’s Elysee Palace, spinning holograms were projected in the store’s windows, and one model carried the three-dimensional representation in her handbag.
For the first time in decades, French label Pierre Cardin returned to the official Paris fashion week schedule, releasing a colourful, offbeat lineup of styles reminiscent of its space age heyday.
Models walked the runway wearing two-toned suit jackets with triangular lapels, asymmetrical dresses and capes, shimmery gold trousers, and thin ties with an arrow-like shape at the tip.
Attendants shone spotlights on models as they walked down the temporary runway, which was set up in the label’s empty flagship store, which is being renovated.
Spinning holograms were projected in the store’s windows across from France’s Elysee Palace, and one model carried the three-dimensional projection in a handbag.