The most important events on the fashion world in 2015
2015 holds us many great events, and came predominantly shocking dramatically, we have seen the wholesale resignations, leaving positions, new innovations and other important events. So be with us the most important fashion events of year 2015,
fashion world in 2015
Alessandro Michele is the designer of the year
This year, the British Fashion Council chose the designer Alessandro Michele , executive designer for the house of Gucci, as the best international designer of the year 2015, this designer who could, on short period , since he joined the House of Gucci in the month of January 2015, draw attention and divert attention towards him for his distinctive designs signed by Gucci particularly through the latter group that we followed and that summed it up for the summer 2016 season.
Raf Simons leaves Dior house
In a shocking move, Raf Simons decided, the Belgian designer, who is the technical management of a group of women’s fashion in house of “Christian Dior” 3 and a half years to leave his post, according to the house announced in a statement.
Simmons said in a statement: «After thinking carefully, decided to leave the post of artistic director of the group Women in Christian Dior, and this decision stems from my desire to focus on other interests in my life, especially ones own company’s automotive brands and hobbies. He added: «Christian Dior exquisite, and it was an honor for me to participate in some of the great stages of its history.
fashion world in 2015
Swarovski celebrates 120 years of its founding during Fashion Week in Paris
To celebrate 120 years of its founding, Swarovski had hosted event filled with celebrities during Fashion Week in Paris, where it unveiled a new book published by Rizzoli house about its trademark and the launch Fair of ” World Jewelry Facets” of 2015. “Salons France-Amériques” , inspired by the Baroque style, became the place of artistic presentation, revealing the unique pieces of Swarovski archives which appear in the book. The exhibition includes four different sections, each focusing on a particular creative field, from fashion and jewelry to shows and design.