MARCH 6, 2022 – PARIS, FRANCE – Global Fashion Collective produces runway shows in major fashion capitals around the world. Working with new and upcoming fashion designers as well as well established designers in the industry. On Saturday, these designers stunned the runway in Paris. The F/W GFC 2022 showcased global designers from Korea, Mexico, and France. Global Fashion Collective is proud to announce the success of our following international designers at 4 PM; Blue Tamburin, Muvement, IANN DEY, and 6 PM show Philippe Perisse.
Philippe Périssé pulls inspiration for his collections from strong, audacious, and charismatic women. The type of woman that one never forgets. Driven by the motto “to reveal women’s innate beauty and aura”, Philippe creates structured pieces with strong shoulders and cinched waists. The new collection featured dark greens, browns, and blues that complemented the one-of-a-kind pieces perfectly. The masculine chic collection garnered the attention of all audience members on Saturday night.
Continuity of strong sense of self was portrayed by yet another designer from Mexico.
The Mexican haute couture designer; IANNDEY, captivated the audience with their beautiful, elegant, and carefully thought out designs. Integrating metallic, embroidery, lace, feathers, and diamond textures in their latest designs, these amazing gowns astonished the guests at the GFC runway show at Paris Fashion Week. The neutral colour palette mixed with bright bold reds, blues, and yellows “offered a modern perspective on haute couture.” The finale was constructed of a gorgeous handmade bridal gown with feathers and an overskirt of tulle. This gown encapsulated the “showcase representing IANNDEY’s dedication to bringing Mexican culture and fashion together.”
The show did have a modern twist of body movement by Muvement designer
This geometric, energetic, and unpredictable collection from MUVEMENT amazed the audience at Paris Fashion Week. The designer wanted to express the movement of the body using architectural shapes and silhouettes through 3D patterns. The bright colours on the runway stood out as they were complimented with geometric patterns, bands, nylons, and jerseys. The designer aimed for a collection that “makes [those] feel both comfortable and confident.”