Deep beneath the busy streets of Paris, the glamorous gathered to watch Ilan Deloris and Jenny Mannergeim unveil their latest collection for Each x Other. As the brand embarks on its eighth year, the spotlight was placed on reworking a masculine wardrobe for a daring woman.

Nurtured by the brand’s love of 70s and 90s styles, their experimental step towards marrying intellect with sensuality was extremely successful. The show paraded powerful women who commanded the attention of an overcrowded, star-studded room.

The silhouettes are centred around the collection’s ethos “vesitaire”: noble statement pieces, luxe fabrics and architectural tailoring of creative pieces, meant to hybridize gender and withstand the seasons yet to come.

This season, we saw plenty of layering. Yes, it’s an F/W show, so outerwear and cold weather-minded designs seem inherent. However, Each x Other proposed a series of suits, shirts, and knits encapsulated by skirts and coats, a complete fusion of garments to create a seamless and harmonious image.

Keeping with tradition, all materials are sustainably minded; the leathers and furs are vegan.

While there was obvious masculine energy to the clothes, it was paralleled with an illustrious femininity. With cut-outs, cinched waists, and elongated hemlines to exaggerate and flatter the figure, the EachXOther woman presented as a force of nature.

From fluidity of dress to sensuality interweaved into strong shapes, the Parisian brand’s latest collection cements that the empowered female is a permanent fixture in our world.

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