Louis Vuitton’s Paul Helbers Steps Out on His Own

Louis Vuitton’s Paul Helbers Steps Out on His Own

The former head men’s designer of Louis Vuitton and Maison Martin Margiela has won early acclaim for his young label, which made its second showing in Paris this weekend.

Menswear designer to watch out for: Paul Helbers

For years, Paul Helbers was among the top menswear designers, working for brands like Louis Vuitton and Martin Margiela. Last year he took a step back and launched his own menswear line ‘Helbers’.

Introducing the new menswear label, Helbers | Wallpaper*

Paul Helbers might not be a household name in fashion (yet), but the seasoned designer certainly has the clout to cut it on the main stage. Previously the head menswear designer at Louis Vuitton, and at Maison Martin Margiela before that, Helbers struck out on his own earlier this year, presenting

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Louis Vuitton’s Paul Helbers Steps Out on His Own The former head men’s designer of Louis Vuitton and Maison Martin Margiela has won early acclaim for his young label, which made its second

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Designer Paul Helbers. Paul Helbers is a man who knows how men want to dress. After building a career designing menswear for powerhouse brands such as Louis Vuitton and Maison Margiela, the veteran designer is now putting himself forward with a new collection that focuses more sharply on his unique brand of refined essentials.

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Louis Vuitton liberates its men’s wear designer

Paul Helbers, who has been director of Louis Vuitton men’s wear for the last five years, is moving on. Specifically, says the announcement from Vuitton, he is “taking back his freedom in order

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Jan 22, 2010 · Louis Vuitton Designers: Marc Jacobs and Paul Helbers Date and Location: Thursday, Jan. 21, Le but the LV designer Paul Helbers used his Wiener Werkstätte theme to give depth to the show — and a modern touch when the German artist Christian Schoeler painted three bags as a tribute to art students and their customized bags

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To kick off Louis Vuitton Week, we take a look at how the French luxury house redefined the concept of luxury 150 years after it was founded.

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Louis Vuitton is a French luxury fashion house founded in 1854 in Paris by Louis Vuitton. Vuitton was born in the Jura region of France in 1821, son of a Farmer and Milliner. He left home aged 13, working odd jobs for food and shelter while on his journey to Paris, where he arrived in 1837, aged 16.

Helbers Autumn/Winter 2016 – Another Something

Having cut his teeth in different positions throughout the fashion industry after his graduation from the Royal College of Art, a former studio director of Maison Martin Margiela and 2006 until 2011 menswear designer at Louis Vuitton under Marc Jacobs, Helbers seems more than ready for his second coming.

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With five years at Maison Martin Margiela, Paul Helbers left for Louis Vuitton, where he worked from 2005-2011 as a menswear designer under Marc Jacobs. Between his time at Louis Vuitton and launching his own label, he was a consultant for various brands including Chinese Cashmere producers, Erdos and Milanese athleisure brand, Callens.

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Men’s Fashion Microtrend | Bondage Shoes – T Magazine Blog

Jul 01, 2008 · Not surprisingly, as we hit Paris, the bondage-themed shoes continued with Paul Helbers at Louis Vuitton showing lace-up shoes with curving, cut-out rubber straps across the front and heel of the shoes, as if Spidey had just “webbed” them.