Balmain creative director Oliver Rousteing embraces the world of dance with a new gig. Rousteing collaborates with the Paris Opéra Ballet. British Vogue shares a look at Rousteing's exclusive designs … [Read more...]
Balmain - French Fashion House
Balmain is a French fashion house, which was founded in 1946 by Pierre Balmain. Around his time, Balmain was seen as top designer of the French fashion scene, outfitting iconic screen sirens such as Ava Gardner and Brigitte Bardot. Following Balmain's death in 1982, the fashion house underwent a succession of designers that included Erik Mortensen, Hervé Pierre Braillard, Oscar de la Renta, Laurent Mercier, and Christophe Lebourg.
Perhaps, most notable in recent history was the design work of Christophe Decarin from 2005 to 2011. The designer brought a cool rebellious edge to Balmain men. The label became known for its leather jackets and slim-fit denim jeans.
After Decarin's abrupt departure, Olivier Rousteing became creative director of Balmain. Bringing a new era to the fashion house, Rousteing represented a star designer, embracing social media, and popular models. Under Rousteing's direction, Balmain has become more opulent and flashy.
Matches Fashion falls in line with the military trend and puts the spotlight on Balmain. The French label's military-style aesthetic and logo fashions take center stage for an inspiring new shoot. … [Read more...]
Balmain's man of the season, Jon Kortajarena returns to the forefront for another outing. This time around, the Spanish model stars in new advertising images for Balmain Hair Couture. Where a previous … [Read more...]
The Jonas brothers went for a bold approach to red carpet style for the 2017 Grammy Awards. Joining his group DNCE, frontman Joe Jonas wore a sleek black suit by Dior Homme. The tailored ensemble … [Read more...]
In Los Angeles for the 2017 Grammy awards, Zayn Malik brings his designer style to the red carpet. Stepping out for the Pre-Grammy Gala, Malik wore an embroidered jacket from Parisian fashion house, … [Read more...]