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Creation from Benjamin Alcover, photo from Guillaume Roujas

Creation from Benjamin Alcover, photo from Guillaume Roujas


By Miss Tweed
The first catwalk show on June 20 by soon-to-be graduates of the newly revamped Institut Français de la Mode (IFM) fashion school was a historic moment in many regards. Not only was it attended by nearly every member of France’s fashion establishment and by First Lady Brigitte Macron, it was a demonstration of support rarely seen in the fashion world. In everyday life, most fashion and luxury bosses are on a knife-edge and fiercely compete with one another. Last Monday, they left their egos at home (yes that can happen sometimes) and were no longer CEOs. They were part of a whole, proud to be steering the same boat called “let’s make French fashion the best in the world” and the IFM was the vessel’s bow.

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