“Grand Couturier”

RUNWAY MAGAZINE ® www.fhcm.paris     A “Grand Couturier” is a “creator of original clothing models, feminine toilets, director of a haute couture house”. Creations by a “Grand Couturier” is only for a female clientele and only in Paris. Haute couture can be referenced back as early as the 17th Century. Rose Bertin, the French fashion designer…

The 4 Capitals of Fashion Week

RUNWAY MAGAZINE ®     A Fashion Capital is a city that has a major influence on fashion in the world. For several decades, four cities, called “Big Four”, share this title : Paris, London, Milan and New York. The French capital has exclusive haute couture since its invention in the mid-nineteenth century, the latter…

Iris Apfel, Fashion Icon

RUNWAY MAGAZINE ® www.instagram.com/iris.apfel   Iris Apfel née Barrel is an American businesswoman, interior designer, and fashion icon Iris Apfel is the absolute symbol of more is more: she accumulates jewelery gleaned throughout the world, multiplies extravagant touches – feathers, fur, gilding, embroidery – and is never seen without her oversized pair of glasses. Born…

Runway Magazine 2018 App new release on Amazon

New 2018 release of famous App RUNWAY MAGAZINE on Amazon includes new amazing features. RUNWAY MAGAZINE News RUNWAY MAGAZINE Digital Issues RUNWAY MAGAZINE Capsule Collection of Bags RUNWAY MAGAZINE Teddy Bear RUNWAY MAGAZINE Personalized Books RUNWAY MAGAZINE Videos RUNWAY MAGAZINE Community RUNWAY MAGAZINE Jobs platform RUNWAY MAGAZINE on Twitter RUNWAY MAGAZINE on LinkedIn RUNWAY MAGAZINE…

Versailles & Fashion

RUNWAY MAGAZINE ® http://en.chateauversailles.fr/       The first trends and fashion appear at the end of the 18th century. Marie-Antoinette, Austrian princess and wife of Louis XVI, remains one of the most fascinating characters in the history of Versailles. Louis XVI entrusted him with the care of distracting the Court.     The queen…

Runway Magazine Bag: a Christmas story forever

There’s a story to be told about beautiful Marie Stahlbaum and Nutcracker who became alive and defeated the evil Mouse King.  This story has already be told by German writer  E. T. A. Hoffmann. But do you know that the version of this story what we all know it is not exactly the story told by Hoffmann? The…

Hermes Square

RUNWAY MAGAZINE ® www.france.hermes.com         The Hermes square is a square silk scarf , emblematic of the French Hermes house . Just a century after the creation of the company by Thierry Hermès , Robert Dumas, director of Hermes, realizes in 1937 the first square with the name of Jeu des Omnibus…

Personalized books by RUNWAY MAGAZINE

Personalized Christmas Fashion Stories by RUNWAY MAGAZINE ONLY FOR YOU Runway Magazine Fashion Book is one of a kind unique product, created by designers team of Runway Magazine, and personalized for each and every order. Layouts for the books are layouts of our magazines. We have all layouts in our archives since 1995. This is the ONLY…

RUNWAY MAGAZINE : Merry Your Market for Christmas

Communication and marketing with RUNWAY MAGAZINE! RUNWAY MAGAZINE has 450 000 readers a month RUNWAY MAGAZINE is very popular FASHION web-platform Our popularity rank on the best tool on Internet ALEXA We communicate on our social media networks on two time zones We don’t buy followers and likes on our social media networks – we attract…

Teddy Runway and Runway Fashion Personalized Books

Where I came from There are few things you have to know about me. I’m Teddy Runway from RUNWAY MAGAZINE. I’m not just a stuffed bear made in huge manufacture by the machines. I’m one and only, unique HAND MADE bear. Somewhere in England there’s a small factory, the only one in Europe, where me, my brothers and…

LES SAPINS DE NOËL DES CREATEURS – A MAJOR PARISIAN CHARITY EVENT

THE 22nd EDITION OF LES SAPINS DE NOËL DES CREATEURS , in THEATRE DES CHAMPS ELYSEES in Paris 8ème, 17 NOVEMBER 2017 Marie-Christiane Marek & the Comité Montaigne, Professor David Khayat, Founding President of the Charte de Paris contre le Cancer with the sponsorship of Pascal Morand, Executive President, Fédération de la Haute Couture et…

Models, top models and show business : how to use image rights

RUNWAY MAGAZINE ® www.kaleis.be Alexandre PINTIAUX is a lawyer specialized in arts law as well as in business law. He is based in Belgium but his clientele is also international. He advises many players in the art and culture market, including art galleries, collectors, artists, musicians, actors, production houses. His goal is to advice and support…

Los Angeles Fashion Week – Spring Summer 2018

Los Angeles Fashion week took place at the beginning of October in Alexandria Hotel , and presented  16 award-winning designers . LA Fashion Week is an organization dedicated to raising the profile of fashion with focus on the emergence of Los Angeles community of artists and designers.   Georges Styler, Serbian designer based in Los Angeles presented spectacular Spring…

Dia de los Muertos – the Day of the Dead in Mexico

Dia de los Muertos – the Day of the Dead in Mexico is one of the most beautiful traditions in Mexico.  This holiday which starts October 31 and ends November 2 focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died, and help support their spiritual…

Mira Mikati Spring Summer 2018 collection

Designer from London Mira Mikati brought light, colors, love and skateboards to Paris Fashion Week. Mira Mikati known for her fun Emoji-inspired designs.  Spring Summer 2018 collection inspired by love and rainbows.      

Mugler Spring Summer 2018 collection

For Mugler Spring Summer 2018  Collection David Koma presented seductive set of the corsets, inspired by a Western with Brigitte Bardot and Claudia Cardinale.  Corsets have always been core to the Thierry Mugler aesthetic. The designer said that he was inspired by the 1971 Western “Les Pétroleuses” (“Frenchie King” in English) starring Brigitte Bardot and…

Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2018 collection

Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2018 collection shown at Paris Fashion Week created by Nicolas Ghesquière and staged in the Louvre’s Pavillon de l’Horloge. Collection inspired by the notion of a perennial style while looking at XVIII century French aristocratic garments. Thus the refinement of ceremonial dress—the abundant brocade, fine embroidery, and exceeding delicacy of period clothing—blends with the…

Vivienne Westwood and Moncler Spring Summer 2018

Vivienne Westwood Spring Summer 2018 Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood Spring Summer 2018 created another historical voyage : “I always wanted to be called Maximilian or Augustus. For a long time I did not like my name and where I come from. I wanted to come from somewhere like Rome. Today I’m okay with it…

Stella McCartney Spring Summer 2018

Stella Cartney’s spring summer 2018 collection dedicated to “effortlessly confident utilitarian styles”: oversized white tees in Japanese jersey, big comfy jumpsuits, slouchy poplin dresses, summery African prints.  Double breasted tailoring has a timeless appeal and inspires a naturally confident mood. Feminine volumes travel throughout the collection while amplified proportions inspire modern silhouettes – find in jewel…

Teddy RUNWAY MAGAZINE Official Party

26 October 2017 GALERIE FMR – 23 RUE PENTHIEVRE 75008 PARIS RUNWAY MAGAZINE and CHAYAN KHOI cordially invite you to the TEDDY RUNWAY Magazine fashion party. TEDDY RUNWAY will offer you EXQUISITE DELICES this evening: PREMIERE of Runway Magazine talks shows never seen in France, CYBER-REALISM OF CHAYAN KHOI – contemporary exhibition of great artist,…

Alexander McQueen, Maison Margiela Spring Summer 2018 collections

Alexander McQueen Spring Summer 2018 The quintessential English gardens of Great Dixter: uncontrived floral planting, meandering borders and tangles of vibrant, exuberantly coloured blooms. Drenched in rain, warmed by sunlight, her wardrobe consists of long-cherished, worn-and-torn couture inspired pieces and bespoke men’s tailoring, deconstructed and reconstructed: reclaimed. She may be dressed in weather-beaten waxed jackets, vintage…

COMME DES GARCONS Spring Summer 2018 collection

Rei Kawakubo’s Comme des Garcons Spring Summer 2018 collection was inspired by fantasies such as angels, toys, medieval paintings and graffiti. The most notable looks are the Kawakubo angels and Giuseppe Arcimboldo’s dresses. Hello, Kitty and plastic kiddy novelties were piled up as neckpieces and embedded in space-princess wigs. This collection is a historical kaleidoscope…

Manish Arora and Rahul Mishra Spring Summer 2018 collections

Manish Arora Spring Summer 2018 collection Manish Arora spring summer 2018 collection “Ready for Love” was a joyous riot of vintage-inspired psychedelic prints, elaborate embroideries, rich Indian brocades, sequined motifs and Middle Eastern references.The designer’s romantic message was sewn in sequins on a couple of looks, adding a touch of street into this maelstrom of…

Junko Shimada and Marimekko Spring Summer 2018 collections

Junko Shimada Spring Summer 2018 “It generally feels a bit like a fairy story, dreamy, weird, mysterious, we need to keep a spring summer. I guess the leaves will help us to feel this way ”, – said Junko Shimada. Junko Shimada, as engaged in fashion as she is in life, flows with the changing…

LEONARD PARIS Spring Summer 2018 collection

Stopover in Moorea Polynesia’s lush flora contrasted with mathematical rigor : harmonious oppositions lead the way in Leonard’s Spring Summer 2018 collection, which explores the tension between nature and nurture, instinct and education, control and pleasure. The show opens with masculine tailoring, streamlined pea jackets, reworked raincoats, structures outlined in white, layered with stripes and…

Rochas, Sonia Rykiel, Ellery Spring Summer 2018 collections

ROCHAS Spring Summer 2018 Rochas by Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s spring summer 2018 collection was a piercing color story, a fantastically rich fabric story, a story of opulent Orientalism fused with haute, retro attitude. It was a story of resistance, a refusal to cow to the casualization of current culture. He made a fabulous case for dressing up.  There…

Andrew Gn Spring Summer 2018 collection

This season it’s about: Kabuki faces, fans carried by geishas and a sprinkling of beautiful camellias. Andrew Gn reinterpreted the late Eighties Harajuku movement into pretty mini dresses, cool shirting and a lineup of fabulous gowns, reincarnated from flowers of Kyoto.      

Karl is in the Details – Chanel Spring Summer 2018 collection

God is in the details, so is Karl. New Chanel collection for Summer 2018 is about water, and it’s all in the details. And all details are in transparency – that’s where we can find perfection and reflection of absolute purity of new collection. New collection was taken by international press in very critical way…

Agnes B. Spring Summer 2018 collection

For the summer of 2018, Agnès b. presents a collection in the purest style Agnès b. A unique style, both modern and pure, with clothes elegant but not conventional, which leave everyone the freedom to express personality, clothes to be married differently than one can wear from morning to by transforming them, perennial, out-of-fashion clothes,…

Lanvin by the book – Spring Summer 2018 collection

For his first collection at Lanvin, presented on the 27th of September in Le Grand Palais in Paris, Olivier Lapidus made a return to the fashion house’s very essence, projecting it into the 21st century. Emerald green, cyclamen, ruby, nude, pale blue, black white and gold were Jeanne Lanvin’s favourite colours. And her style alphabet…

Celine Spring Summer 2018 collection

Creative Director of Celine Phoebe Philo presented collection for Spring Summer 2018 season “You’re all I need to get by.” “It’s personal,” says the designer. She intuitively channels feelings into product. And this season, this is what she feels: “I wanted to be optimistic. It was just this sense of joy and life force. It felt…

Rick Owens Spring Summer 2018 collection

Rick Owens presented Spring Summer 2018 collection of “Fashion in an Era of Stuff”.   “I have romanticized discomfort as much as I can,” Rick  Owens said. “I feel I need to propose experimental grace and form as a gesture of turning away from threat. Not really as escapism, but as rejection. It’s a show about hope”….