Paris fashion week is in full swing. Fashion shows start only in Monday but topics for discussion are ready for six months. So, what's on the French agenda today?
This collection is a fresh look we've been waiting for. Simon Port Jacquemus built a whole street of the town on the coast that recalled the aesthetics of the shows of Chanel by Karl Lagerfeld.
The designer paid special attention to the accessories: models walked the runway with bright micro handbags and shoes in hand, and of the ornaments of Jacquemus has favoured massive earrings and scarves in a variety of interpretations.
Loose pantsuits and light dresses in French unobtrusively emphasize femininity. Fuchsia, a combination of beige and shades of orange, deep blue, turquoise ― the designer is not stingy with the colors that take us to a cute coastal town in the South of France.
This year's Dior Show was dedicated to Karl Lagerfeld.
Maria Grazia Curie turned to Robin Morgan's book on the history of feminism, Sisterhood is Global. The designer turned to such an acute social topic not for the first time: in the last collection on t-shirts adorned the name of the essay Chimamanda Ngozi Adichi “We should all be feminist”.
Dior clothing style this season is close to sports: loose skirts, puffy overalls, wide belts.
The main print of this collection was a cage, which decorated more classic models of trousers, coats and jackets.
In this collection we saw what Yves Saint Laurent himself would have done. This is not surprising: Anthony Vaccarello — creative Director of the brand was inspired by the way Betty Catrow, one of the muses of the designer.
Anthony staged a show at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. The show took place in the dark, and things glowed neon, like a show staged in a Paris nightclub.
That creative Director that Yves Saint Laurent adore the length of the mini and silhouettes with broad shoulders, so that the archives had a lot of ideas for this show.
Black leather pants, straight cut coat, transparent tops and dark glasses — the designer is perfectly in the DNA of the brand.