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INSPIRATIONS TREND BOOK FW22-23 – PECLERS PARIS

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INSPIRATIONS TREND BOOK FW22-23 – PECLERS PARIS

In the past, creativity has been intimately connected to making the most desirable aesthetic choices. But in today’s challenging context, it is increasingly being put to the task of finding solutions to improve daily life. This season is characterized by the idea of getting close to nature: a major tendency that crosses all categories. Whether the aim is to benefit from its regenerating power or to live at one with is, Nature meets the needs of those seeking adventure and calm alike. We adopt a new humble and creative attitude with the idea of « learning to make do with what we already have » to avoid energy wasting overproduction and to consider transformations, rehabilitations, recontextualizations with inventiveness, resourcefulness and creative flair.

In the past, creativity has been intimately connected to making the most desirable aesthetic choices. But in today’s challenging context, it is increasingly being put to the task of finding solutions to improve daily life. This season is characterized by the idea of getting close to nature: a major tendency that crosses all categories. Whether the aim is to benefit from its regenerating power or to live at one with is, Nature meets the needs of those seeking adventure and calm alike. We adopt a new humble and creative attitude with the idea of « learning to make do with what we already have » to avoid energy wasting overproduction and to consider transformations, rehabilitations, recontextualizations with inventiveness, resourcefulness and creative flair.

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INSPIRATIONS TREND BOOK FW22-23 – PECLERS PARIS

  1. 1. — No creativity without a purpose! In the past, creativity has been intimately connected to making the most desirable aesthetic choices. But in today’s challenging context, it is increasingly being put to the task of finding solutions to improve daily life. The idea of getting close to nature is a major tendency this season that crosses all categories. Whether the aim is to benefit from its regenerating power or to live at one with it, Nature meets the needs of those seeking adventure and calm alike. The second key idea is “learning to make do with what we already have”. This is the basis for a new humble and creative attitude to combat energy-wasting overproduction. It’s about exploring transformation, rehabilitation and recontextualization with inventiveness, resourcefulness and creative flair. Finally, we need to cultivate true artistic freedom to express charm, surprise, uniqueness. This spontaneity will make the useful and the functional more human. EDITORIAL creating future singularities FW22—23 INS PIRA TIO NS Envisioning Future(s)
  2. 2. 004 PECLERS PARIS INSPIRATIONS FW22-23 005 Arty country La fantaisie débarque à la campagne, un territoire qui peut être réel ou bien fantasmé, et qui rend le durable plus fun et plus créatif. “Colorful Kinaesthesia” by Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler. Workshop about human movement and color, Domaine de Boisbuchet (Charente). « Colorful Kinaesthesia » par Katharina Mischer et Thomas Traxler. Atelier sur l’impact du mouvement humain lié à la couleur, domaine du Boisbuchet (Charente). The countryside, whether real or fantasized, becomes the object of whimsy, and sustainability gets a fun and creative twist. Arty country
  3. 3. 008 PECLERS PARIS INSPIRATIONS FW22-23 009 3 4 5 Art breaks free and spreads to wastelands and rural suburbs: neo-artist residences are cropping up in places like Folie Barbizon outside Paris and Grosser Garten near Berlin. The nomadic artist community lead by Chinese artist Yi Zheng and British artist Luke Gray travels the world, presenting their works and performances along the way. 3 4 5 L’art s’émancipe et envahit friches et banlieues rurales : à La Folie Barbizon, néo-résidence d’artistes près de Paris ou au Grosser Garten à une heure de Berlin. Quant à la communauté d’artistes nomades menée par la chinoise Yi Zheng et le britannique Luke Gray, elle dissémine œuvres et performances au gré de ses voyages. 1 François Perret, pastry chef at the Ritz in Paris, decided to step out of his palace and drive across America in a truck, on a quest for a different audience. His successful adventure, produced by Netflix, has completely changed his approach to his work. 2 During lockdown, famous American choreographer Ryan Heffington hosted free-form dance lessons aimed at the general public called Sweatfests on Instagram. Boosted by the energy of the thousands of dance lovers who chose to participate, he decided to continue making joyful dance accessible to everyone. 1 François Perret, chef pâtissier du Ritz à Paris, est sorti de son palace pour partir en camion sur les routes américaines à la rencontre d’un autre public. Cette aventure à succès, produite par Netflix, a selon lui complètement changé sa façon d’aborder son travail. 2 Durant le confinement, le chorégraphe star américain Ryan Heffington proposait sur Instagram les Sweatfests, séances de danse décomplexées destinées au plus grand nombre. Enthousiasmé par l’énergie des milliers d’amateurs qui l’ont suivi, il a décidé de continuer cette expérience de démocratisation joyeuse de la danse. 6 Floriculturist Masami-Charlotte Lavault grows two hundred species of flowers without using fertilizers or pesticides in the heart of Paris. She reinterprets the traditional Japanese floral art of ikebana, which she sees not as an art of luxury but as an “expression of happy frugality.” 6 La fleuriste Masami-Charlotte Lavault cultive sans engrais ni pesticides deux cents espèces de fleurs en pleine ville à Paris. Elle renouvelle l’ikebana, fleuron de sa culture japonaise, qu’elle voit non comme un art de luxe mais comme une « expression de la frugalité heureuse ». 7 8 9  Self-taught eco-activist star chef Julien Sebbag rejuvenates “natural” cuisine. Similarly, chef Anthony Orjollet, who won a Fooding award, reinterprets socially conscious, healthy cuisine at his restaurant Elements by cooking local, gluten-free, sugar-free and lactose-free food in a punk atmosphere set in an industrial zone. 7 8 9  Chef à succès autodidacte et éco-engagé, Julien Sebbag donne un coup de jeune à la cuisine « nature ». De la même manière, le chef Anthony Orjollet, primé par Le Fooding, décale l’univers healthy et engagé – local, sans gluten, sans sucre et sans lactose – de son restaurant Elements en installant son univers punk dans une zone industrielle. 1 2 3 THÈME ARTY COUNTRY 🡢 INFLUENCES STORY ARTY COUNTRY 🡢 INFLUENCES Beyond the walls Cool green Ecological and biodynamic farming, short food circuits, local production: the young generation is claiming these key values in a new and personal way, without subscribing to the norms typically associated with this type of engagement. Écolo cool Production écologique et biodynamique, circuits courts, dimension locale : ces valeurs devenues clés se revivifient au contact d’une jeune génération qui se les approprie de façon personnelle sans se soucier des codes habituellement associés à ce type d’engagement. Literally speaking, outdoor events such as catwalks and performances are experiencing a newfound popularity brought on by the epidemic. In a deeper sense, it is about getting out of your comfort zone to reactivate your creativity in collaboration with new people in unexpected places. Hors les murs Au sens littéral, les événements en extérieur, défilés, spectacles, etc. se multiplient avec l ’épidémie, trouvant là un nouvel espace d’expression. Au sens plus profond, on sort de sa zone de confort pour réactiver sa créativité au contact de personnes ou de lieux inattendus. 4 6 5 10 9 8 7
  4. 4. 012 PECLERS PARIS INSPIRATIONS FW22-23 013 THÈME ARTY COUNTRY 🡢 CONCEPTS CRÉATIFS BRILLIANT SECOND LIFE STORY ARTY COUNTRY 🡢 AESTHETIC CONCEPTS Brilliant second life Materials and objects get a second wind in a creative remix that shines with shimmering uniqueness. This patchwork aesthetic is a result of equal parts pure luck and artistic input, and relies on ingenious sourcing to make each project unique. Nothing is lost, everything is transformed and deserves a second chance. Les matériaux et les objets trouvent un second souffle créatif dans un remixage qui brille par sa singularité chatoyante. Cette esthétique patchée tient autant du hasard que de la recomposition artistique et repose sur un sourcing ingénieux qui rend chaque projet unique. Rien ne se perd, tout se transforme et mérite une seconde chance. 1 Rushemy Botter and Lisi Herrebrugh shift volumes by adding a dose of fun to functional clothing. 2 The Japanese city of Kamikatsu has been a model of low-waste economy for 20 years. 3 Emily Adams Bode and Aaron Aujlah have transformed this formerly spare apartment by embracing a heterogeneous aesthetic. 4 Danish blogger Hanna Stefansson sporting a fun look at Villa Necchi in Milan. 5 Retro 70s look, New Balance 327 runners. 6 Priya Ahluwalia draws inspiration from her Nigerian-Indian roots and her fascination for second- hand western clothes sold in these countries. 7 Acne Studios launches a series of clothes entirely made from former collections. 8 Piet Hein Eek designed an ECCO leather version of his Bag Chair. 9 “Teeth Magazine’s” editorial featuring second-hand clothes only.  Two Taiwanese laundromat managers in their eighties, posing in clothes left behind by their clients.  Sleeved sportswear found at Kapital, Tokyo’s vintage paradise.  Inspired by archeological pieces, Fuwa Fuwa is a series of fragrance diffusers created by Yusuké Y. Offhause.  “Equipped” editorial shot by par Esther Theaker for “The Gentlewoman” features transformed utilitarian clothes.  Burst of realism in Nicolas Ghesquière’s collection, more ready-to-wear than usual, for Vuitton.  Bag made from recycled materials by Mfg x Greater Goods. 1 Rushemy Botter et Lisi Herrebrugh bousculent les volumes en injectant du fun dans le fonctionnel. 2 La ville de Kamikatsu au Japon est un modèle de l’économie à faibles déchets depuis 20 ans. 3 Emily Adams Bode et Aaron Aujla ont transformé cet appartement anciennement épuré de façon hétéroclite. 4 La bloggeuse danoise Hanna Stefansson au look fun en visite à la villa Necchi de Milan. 5 Le look rétro 70’s de la New Balance running 327. 6 Priya Ahluwalia s’inspire de son origine nigero-indienne et de sa fascination pour les vêtements occidentaux d’occasion vendus dans ces pays. 7 Acne Studios lance une série de vêtements entièrement faits à partir d’anciennes collections. 8 Piet Hein Eek a réalisé une version cuir ECCO leather de son Bag Chair. 9 L’editorial de « Teeth Magazine » est entièrement réalisé avec des frippes.  Gérants d’un pressing, ces deux octogénaires taïwanais posent dans des vêtements abandonnés par leurs clients.  Pièce à manches sportswear chinée chez Kapital, paradis du vintage tokyoïte.  Inspirés de pièces archéologiques, Fuwa Fuwa est une série de diffuseurs de parfums créés par Yusuké Y. Offhause.  L’éditorial « Equipped » shooté par Esther Theaker pour « The Gentlewoman » met en scène des vêtements utilitaires transformés.  Sursaut de réalisme pour une collection plus prêt-à- porter que d’habitude signée Nicolas Ghesquière pour Vuitton.  Sac Mfg x Greater goods en matériaux recyclés. NOTHING IS LOST 100% THRIFTED FUN + FUNCTIONAL LOW-WASTE ECONOMY ECCLECTIC DECORATION CREATIVE REMIX TRANSFORMED UTILITARIANISM 1 3 4 2 8 6 10 9 13 5 7 15 14 12 11  

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