Paris Fashion Week has ended, and thanks to Global Fashion Collective, emerging designers can showcase their visionary creations to the world, making a lasting impression on the fashion industry.
The closing show included Regina Dondé & Cuadra, Jizi, LIIA and Mayuko Daimon.
After graduating in graphic design, Mexican fashion designer Regina Dondé launched her clothing line in the 90s. Her creative process uses Mexican natural resources to masterfully fuse lines, textures, colours, and graphics to create beautiful pieces.
Cuadra is a Mexican manufacturer of handmade leather and exotic skin products, becoming one of the most significant national and international companies in the fashion sector. The company is committed to complying with national (SEMARNAT) and international (CITES) regulations for preserving endangered species.
Jizi's designer, Hachiro, specialises in reviving vintage styles with elegance. The clothing is light and comfortable, and the lapels are loosely rolled and hand-stitched by Hachiro's highly skilled atelier, while the buttonholes are handmade in an old-fashioned way.
This collection is inspired by "the good old days of America," with a beige and brown colour scheme that reflects that time's nostalgic atmosphere, exuding an elegant yet casual style for everyday wear.
LIIA's 2024 Spring/Summer collection is a testament to the power of human connection, drawing inspiration from the idea of world peace, integration, voice, and duality.
Mayuko Daimon studied haute couture techniques in New York and started working as a costume designer in 2014. The theme of her collection, "Museum", was inspired by the sea and her birthplace in Asia, narrating a story about a blue butterfly's journey through the sea and the Orient.