Debuts before the debut. A trend shared by many designers

 

From Peter Dundas who in 2017, for his demi-couture Dundas, had chosen to unveil a Grammy-winning look worn by Beyoncé.

To Virgil Abloh and Riccardo Tisci who have anticipated some pieces of their first lines to the creative direction respectively of Louis Vuitton and Burberry, parading in person on the red carpet of the Met gala 2018 in New York.

Or Kim Jones, the latest in Dior’s menswear debut, who had made a suit for David Beckham for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

So, even Kris Van Aasche, next to his first show as the creative director of Berluti, after leaving Dior’s leadership.

The designer has chosen to give a taste of the new style of the house of Lvmh, as seen on instagram, first during the first test by Dior of his friend Kim Jones, in which he personally wore a look of the brand.

And then to the marriage of Vanessa Paradis, for which she made the dress of the groom, the writer and director Samuel Benchetrit.