Paris Fashion Week 2021: How to watch the Spring-Summer 2022 shows

Written by Leah Dolan, CNN

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From September 27 to October 5, the streets of Paris will once again come alive with models, designers and editors as fashion week prepares to take over the capital. There are more than 100 brands on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule — and while only around a third of designers are planning in-person shows, the event already stands in stark contrast to last season’s entirely digital program.
Storied houses such as Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Valentino and Balenciaga will return to the physical runway, while auspicious emerging designers like South African label Thebe Magugu and French house Marine Serre will remain digital.

Of the in-person shows timetabled, early glimpses already promise a spectacle. L’Oréal will stage its fourth runway show after a year’s hiatus. Having

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Beauty Mogul Patrick Starrr Expands Into Ready To Wear With Fashion to Figure Collaboration | News

NEW YORK, Sept. 20, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Fashion to Figure, a leading plus size fashion and accessories brand, today announced its first ever collaboration with beauty mogul and digital creator Patrick Starrr. The collection marks Starrr’s fashion industry debut and the first Fashion to Figure capsule designed by a male influencer.

Titled ‘Life’s a Party,’ the collection celebrates dressing up, going all out and feeling fabulous in the clothes one is wearing. Starrr and Fashion to Figure, which was acquired by The Saadia Group in late 2020, aim to give everyone a reason to ditch the sweats and dress up this fall.

Full of red carpet-worthy show stopping styles, Starrr designed the collection from start to finish. He conceptualized each of the 10 bespoke pieces and worked closely with the Fashion to Figure team to select every detail, from fabrics to the luxe finishing touches. Starrr’s keen eye for

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10 fashion trends we want to see banished from existence

Fashion has a habit of bombarding us with some extraordinary garments, and while sweats colonized wardrobes across the globe over the last pandemic year, here are some of the other current trends we’d like to see banished to the back of the closet.



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Crocs

The marmite of the shoe game is back after they surprisingly surged in popularity earlier this year with collaborations with the likes of Justin Bieber, Post Malone and bizarrely… KFC.

According to the BBC, sales skyrocketed and “rose by 75.3% in the first quarter and made of a third of total sales for the period” and they’ve since taken over IG feeds around the globe.

Crocs continue to cause major controversy in the fashion world, and while we dip in and out of loving them, hating them and going back full circle, Crocs, for us,

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