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The Vogue Paris Guide to 2014

Posted: 29/01/2014 15:49

By Holly Meehan

With the flurry of the festive season over, we're gearing up for another year of runway shows, celebrity collaborations and exclusive exhibitions that looks set to be even bigger than the last. We round up the fashion dates for your diary this year.

2014 promises at least two unmissable exhibitions in Paris, four in London and the annual fashion extravaganza of the Costume Institute exhibition in New York, complete with all the glamour of its opening night, the MET ball. On top of that, this year's Fashion Weeks will see a wave of new designer faces present their first collections at the helm of some of the most established and best-loved brands, to keep you on your toes through the shows. But if all of that sounds too much like hard work, there'll be plenty of opportunity to relax with some retail therapy, thanks to upcoming designer collaborations from the likes of Kate Moss, Isabel Marant and Proenza Schouler or even to enjoy a trip to the cinema to celebrate not just one, but two Yves Saint Laurent biopics that will be gracing the silver screen this year. So sit back, and let Vogue.fr guide you through the landmark fashion events 2014 holds in store.

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This year sees two unmissable fashion retrospectives opening their doors in Paris, both on March 1. The first celebrates the work of Dutch designer Dries Van Noten, one of the Antwerp Six, a group of designers who all graduated from the Antwerp Royal Acadamy of Fine Art in the same year, and went on to change the face of fashion. Since the release of his first womenswear collection in 1987, Dries van Noten has become the stuff of style legend, reinventing classic cuts with refined fabrics and unusual prints. The exhibition of his work at Paris' Musée des Arts, will showcase his creations alongside pieces from the museum's permanent collections representing the art and history that inspired the designer. The second exhibition, Papier Glacé, brings together 100 years of work from over 80 fashion photographers from the Condé Nast archives from 1918 to the present day in the recently re-opened Palais Galliera fashion museum. Featuring some of the biggest names in photography and most famous faces in modeling, the 150 works are a must-see for any fashion lover in France's capital.
Photo: Inez & Vinoodh, Vogue France, October 2002 © Courtesy Inez & Vinoodh and Gagosian Gallery
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