Highlights Of The Haute Couture Week. Part I

Highlights Of The Haute Couture Week. Part I
Highlights Of The Haute Couture Week. Part I
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Fashion houses Atelier Versace, Schiaparelli, Christian Dior, LPerla, GiambattistValli and Alexis Mabille presented their spring-summer collections at Paris Haute Couture Week. The start of the new season is bright and solemn.

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    Atelier Versace. Spring-summer, 2015

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The guests of the fashion show of the Italian Fashion House unanimously declared: "There were so many beautiful outfits that it is very difficult to choose one thing." Particular attention was paid to the jumpsuit, in which Karlie Kloss took the podium. Donatella Versace still uses sexuality as the basis of the entire collection, dressing it in very beautiful colors - white, deep red, dark navi, black and bright blue. Models from the new collection have sinuous cuts and transparent inserts, reminiscent of the nautical theme. Tight silhouettes, diverging into flowing folds and draperies, can be associated with the fabulous image of the Little Mermaid, but the designer does not dwell on this interpretation of spring-summer outfits. For a younger audience, Versace offered short dresses with large emoji inlays.Susie Menkes hastened to call the collection bravado and almost a parody of the Italian brand on itself. However, such a light mood is just what is needed for the next season.

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    Schiaparelli. Spring-summer, 2015

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Schiaparelli's couture collection this time turned out to be a big question. By and large, the reanimated Fashion House simply did not know which of the designers to turn to, because Marco Zanini left the post of creative director in the fall. After all, a corporate design team was responsible for creating the spring / summer models. The show turned out to be very decent. It was organized by the legendary Jean-Paul Goode, and in the front row of the show were Ellen von Unwerth, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and Anna Wintour herself. As for the collection itself, a leading Vogue critic called it "the ideal future." At the same time, it is obvious that when creating new models, the designers were inspired by the late work of Elsa Schiaparelli, which was reflected in the bright drawings and original embroideries. The House's traditions are also reminiscent of witty headdresses, sharp cut and rich colors.

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    Christian Dior. Spring-summer, 2015

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Raf Simons demonstrated in Paris a collection that proves that there is nothing new under the sun and moon, and also once again demonstrates the enormous talent of the designer. In creating the Dior couture collection, Simons turned to the past and took as a basis the symbolic silhouettes of a bygone era. In doing so, he gave them a new breath and futuristic mood. Once again, Raf turned out to be a revolutionary and provocateur, preferring romance and drama. The first thing that catches your eye in the new models is the designer's clear sympathy for psychedelics and bright colors. He uses the most juicy shades, mixing them and distributing them on the traditional white background for the season. Decorations made of beads, embroidery, lace and plastic add to this riot. The same function is performed by rather bold accessories and shoes. The boots that Simons offeredimmediately attracted attention and spread across social networks in the blink of an eye.

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    LPerlCouture. Spring-summer, 2015

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As promised a month ago, the Italian luxury lingerie brand presented its first couture collection at a show in Paris. It is clear that in creating these sleek and largely nostalgic pieces, designer Emiliano Rinaldi was inspired by the brand's rich heritage and the idea of ​​a holistic haute couture look. According to Rinaldi, such an image is unthinkable without the appropriate underwear. To add sparkle and chic to the collection, its creator turned to burlesque and retro, and also tried to create an intricate play of light using various materials and textures. A great start for your lingerie on the catwalk of the Haute couture Week.

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    GiambattistValli. Spring-summer, 2015

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Giambattista Valli this time created a collection that is not too verbose and not very bright, but this fact seems insignificant if you are imbued with its solemn and light mood. The designer's favorite floral motifs are traditionally present in almost every model, while they are complemented by feathers, voluminous decor, embroidery, lace and numerous folds and frills. Valli took contrasting black and white colors as a basis, but managed to create from them voluminous and convex images full of romance and joy. In general, laconic silhouettes do not look boring and minimalistic for a designer; rather, it is an intimate, too personal luxury that you don't want to be in sight.

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    Alexis Mabille. Spring-summer, 2015

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A great master and a fan of evening fashion, Alexis Mabiy presented this time a couture collection that stands out from his entire creative heritage. There are many bright colors, flashy decor and large details here. Models of the spring-summer season look laconic and stingy, but numerous heaps of simple silhouettes make them really noticeable. Giant bows, layers of huge folds, draperies of long trains, maxi prints and appliqués … It may seem that the designer created outfits for a theatrical performance, where it is important that the characters of the characters are visible to the gallery. However, Alexis suggested all this as outfits for the release, and I think that this spring and summer we will see new models on the red carpet of festivals and special events more than once.

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