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We’ve come a long way from the grandiose and oversized flowers that we saw the previous season. This time around, they were delicate, embroidered, or affixed and always 3D – creating the illusion of a resolutely poetic bouquet at?Prada,?Lanvin, and?Chanel. There was lace, but it came exclusively in black. Eveningwear reveled in the beauty of sheer details and impeccable lace craftsmanship at?Gucci, Off-White, and?Balenciaga. Irish designer, Michael Stewart is inspired by the ancient landscape and the relationship between nature and humankind, and has the most romantic way of reimagining this into gowns that are couture-worthy. Part of the Fashion East collective, which supports new designers, Standing Ground is quickly becoming a go-to for new-age glamour. Konrad Helbig?s photography book Ragazzi, which explores youth and masculine beauty in the Mediterranean, was the starting point for?Filipe Cerejo?s?Symposium collection. After winning a prize with Sangue Novo in March 2022, the designer focused on creating an upgraded identity for his brand that involved a strengthened approach to fabrics. Inspired by the intricate details of Ancient Greek statues, Cerejo took traditional menswear pieces such as blazers and sports shorts, and switched the materials to silk, creating a more refined and delicate look. ?The way Greek gods move their muscles and the tension that ensues were the key elements in starting to make pieces that stimulate the touch,? he explains. Mixing majestic draped coats, revealing transparent tops and fluid estival pants, Filipe Cerejo offers a sensual and sophisticated take on men?s fashion. ?After several years of, let?s say, dynamism and even volatility in the brand, we?re really preparing it for the future,? is how CEO Siddhartha Shukla put it at this morning?s Lanvin presentation. By the future he didn?t mean?that?Future: nonetheless the musician?s capsule collection under the house?s new Lanvin Lab format (a multidisciplinary collaboration engine) was available to see (but strictly not to photograph) before its launch in November. This was so hot that a Parisian fire-safety officer was in constant attendance.