RSVP Gallery made the trip to Paris Fashion Week Winter 2019, checking out the Off-White show. We were welcomed backstage to catch a glimpse at what went into the heralded show, which featured Offset and Playboi Carti. At Sacai’s show, the Japanese label debuted new pieces from their upcoming collaborative effort with Nike. … Continue reading Paris Fashion Week: Winter 2019
Virgil Abloh’s first runway show for Louis Vuitton at Paris Fashion Week 2018, featuring Playboi Carti, ASAP Nast, Kid Cudi, and more.
If you got a chance to look at our last episode of Neon and Nonsense, you got a few quick looks into our recent visit to Paris. The RSVP Gallery team stayed busy with stops at a bevy of pop-ups, showrooms, and runway shows. Creative Director Zach Coffman traveled with the crew and captured some … Continue reading RSVP Travels: Paris Fashion Week 2016
Amidst all of the very serious fashion that went on at Paris Fashion Week, a lighthearted showcasing from Takashi Murakami took place to debut the anticipated Vault by Vans collaboration. Held at the Hotel du Grand Veneur, Murakami’s signature smiling flower and skull pattern motifs pleasantly contrasted against the 17th-century structure. The surfboards, skateboards, slip-ons, and … Continue reading Takashi Murakami x Vans Showcase @ Paris Fashion Week
Raf Simons Fall/Winter 2018 Editorial by RSVP Gallery. Simons reflects the 90s underground fashion and music subcultures of Antwerp with bold colors and deconstruction of classic pieces. The full collection is available online and in-store now, with exclusive items in LA & Chicago.
As summer comes to a close, take a look back through our lens as we recap Paris Fashion Week, Lollapalooza, a trip to Tokyo and more in the 17th episode of our Neon & Nonsense series. In Paris, we were able to catch the runway debut of Virgil Abloh at Louis Vuitton, … Continue reading NEON & NONSENSE EPISODE 17
Haider Ackermann has been looming just outside of center stage for years. Like many before him, he started in womenswear before venturing into menswear and has since garnered respect from many of fashion’s heavyweights. Years after a five-month internship with Dior’s John Galliano, he was approached to succeed Galliano, after declining the proposed succession of … Continue reading Haider Ackermann FW ’16 Editorial