As pent-up creativity has made a comeback in the industry, Paris Haute Couture Week Fall / Winter 2021-22 has returned with some of the most renowned names showcasing their collections via physical or virtual catwalks on Track.
With couture outfits ready to grace the fashion show, the French capital is preparing to welcome the crème de la crème of the luxury fashion world, as several prominent personalities sit in the front row to witness these creations. complexes that showcased craftsmanship at its best.
From Chanel to Giambattista Vali, the most exceptional catwalks have taken place so far, with a revered history that has transformed its audience in the bygone era from which it all began.
As Emirati woman Take a look at all of the designers who have featured to date, we shine a light on all the complexity and themes that these fashion heads have gathered through the show.
Like Maria Grazia Chiuri, the artistic director of Dior continues to showcase the Maison’s trademark, wildlife-inspired textiles dominated the runway with historical references, including graphic knits and airy curtains to evoke the senses. through a natural aesthetic. Artist Eva Jospin designed an impeccable decor that offered a rather ornamental effect.
With a digital take on haute couture, Schiaparelli’s video presentation highlighted surreal pieces with glittering details on pieces that included Matador jackets, tulle dresses, sleek silhouettes and many other pieces for which the brand is famous. As Elsa Schiaparelli continues to infuse the brand’s DNA into each piece, an aura of romanticism was felt throughout the collection.
Presented in the heart of Paris, the immaculately tailored suits mimicked an Impressionist era of the 19th century, while the houses’ timeless tweed coats and floral-embroidered dresses made an artistic comeback with a modern twist. While evoking a spirit of escape through the presentation of the parade, Viard took the audience back in time to Coco Chanel’s love for 1920s fashion amid the neo-renaissance splendor of the Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode. of the City of Paris.
Capturing a form of minimal elegance, these woven silhouettes harmonize everywhere as the mod movement slowly made its way into the collection, where the sixties witnessed an era of fashionable youthful hedonism. As a retro flair was captured in every room, these evanescent silhouettes really captivated the parade audience.
Iris Van Herpen
Recognized as one of the most avant-garde designers of our time, Iris Van Herpen’s digital show consisted of effortless grace with subtle color gradients that mimicked a sort of collection on the theme of the space odyssey. While thinking outside the box, the Earthwise collection allowed its audience to witness haute couture in the air through an aerial performance that exceeded the norm. In partnership with science, new ways have been explored to create pieces that combine durability and delicate craftsmanship.
For more information on the calendar of upcoming events, visit fhcm.paris to stay on top of all the brands yet to be presented.
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