Well – foreign influences has definitely played a big part. How?

On our minds is Fashion Mix, the current exhibition at Palais Galliera celebrating foreign influences that have contributed to Paris’ standing as the world capital of fashion. The showcase features work from designers and creative directors from across the globe who has enriched the scene historically from Charles Worth’s time until today, including some key figures such as Yohi Yamamoto, Azzedine Alaïa, Raf Simons and Christobal Balenciaga. Instated in collaboration with Paris’ National Museum for the History of Immigration, the exhibition highlights individual immigration stories traced using public and private archive documents, and we love to see this tribute to diversity in a fashion-specific context. More here

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