Imane Ayissi from Cameroon is a guest designer at the Paris Haute Couture shows. He is making a name for himself with his exciting creations, drawing inspiration from both Europe and Africa.
During the coronavirus pandemic, you can admire the latest models of Chanel and Dior from the sofa. But is this the future of haute couture? The industry is skeptical.
France's former African colonies are celebrating 60 years of independence. But France's influence remains all pervasive and critics say it is time that Africans cut the umbilical cord and put an end to Françafrique.
With guidance from Karl Lagerfeld, the shy German teen became an iconic 1990s supermodel. Beneath the glamor, Claudia Schiffer was lauded as a disciplined professional. The "Ice Queen" maintains her cool at 50.
For decades, the Parisian woman has been romanticized as effortlessly glamorous. In her book "The New Parisienne," writer Lindsey Tramuta takes aim at what she sees as a harmful and exclusionary myth.
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