This Week In Fashion

This Week In Fashion

Jacquemus celebrated its fifteen-year anniversary with its La Sala Fall/ Winter 2024-2025  fashion show in Capri earlier this week. With breath-taking Villa Malaparte offering  picturesque views of the Amalfi coast, and an iconic celebrity guest list, the event radiated  an unforgettable ambiance.

The collection focuses on the brands beginnings by reflecting on Simon Porte Jacquemus' inspiration to create the brand. Jacquemus stated “I decided to  create my brand after watching “Le Mépris” from Jean-Luc Godard, being inspired by the  beauty and modernity of his vision.” It is undeniable that this beauty and modernity is  notable in this collection as it incorporates a variety of patterns, colours and dimensions  throughout its looks.  

Dua Lipa arrived at the show in the brand's latest blue mesh dress, giving fans an exclusive  look of the new collection's style. The dress was officially unveiled moments later as Angelina Kendall modelled the piece on this year's Mediterranean cobbled catwalk.  

Other stars such as Gwyneth Paltrow also attended the event on Monday; taking her front row seat for the show, Paltrow wore a striking look from the runway itself. The look was  composed of a black V- neck top with an elongated triangular collar folding over her  shoulders, paired with black tailored capri-length trousers, and accessorised with a simple  black belt and strappy sandals. Although the Jacquemus model wore the runway look with a pastel yellow belt with gold hardware and paired it with green snakeskin shoes and a  raffia tote, creating a more contrasted look to fit the shows creative vision. 

Jennie Kim closed the show in an all-black dress whilst clutching an electric turquoise bag.  The Korean popstar, from the band Blackpink, also wore a pair of black and white striped  kitten heels for her runway debut as she concluded the show. 

Overall, the event celebrated Jacquemus’ legacy, through reflecting on their inspiration from “Le Mépris,” and the brand’s true essence of summer. The La Sala collection  generates an effortlessly formal style with both statement and coordinating tones, and  delicately structured shapes woven with precision. Summer shown in bikini-esque triangles and beach towel stripes, the collection designs clothes for both an ethereal summer’s evening and formal business attire.

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