Each fashion house is a story and storytelling to make Haute Couture week inspired by timeless legacies and breakthroughs in the ultimate playground of the fashion industry.
Haute couture autumn – winter 2022 time creates rich values
Among the fashion houses at Paris Haute Couture, Dior always has the most beautiful stories, although the creative direction of designer Maria Grazia Chiuri has not changed much compared to the early days. In this collection, she drew inspiration from the country at the center of the world in 2022, Ukraine, with the folk tale The Tree of Life.
In terms of shape and design, there are still familiar comfortable and easy-to-wear styles bearing Maria’s signature, but the return of more night-time designs can be seen than during the peak of the epidemic. Maria’s “Tree of Life” is conveyed through embroidered floral motifs designed by Ukrainian artist Olesia Trofymenko. If someone asks what makes the spirit of Haute Couture in this collection that makes Dior proud, these decorative details are the first answer.
Also with the theme of The Tree of Life, the only guest designer from India Rahul Misha brings out the impressive beauty from maximalism without shyness. Interspersed with classic silhouette designs are chunky, exaggerated shoulders and sleeves. The image of a giant tree with wide luxuriant foliage full of vitality comes to life by 3D embroidery technique and then is covered with a layer of iridescent gold symbolizing luxury and prosperity. Through this collection, Rahul also proves that Indian craftsmanship in high fashion is not inferior to that of the capital city of Paris.
John Galliano has always been considered an accomplished storyteller and he continues to claim that title. As most of the brands have returned to the runway at Haute Couture Week, John has chosen a new level of storytelling for Maison Margiela, not on the catwalk but with an art film.
Directed by director Kevin Macdonald. Combining art, history, culture, theater, and technology, John brought to the table Paris Haute Couture an extremely unique and complex dish. The drama in the plot including love, action, and space travel does not seem to be enough.
Each character of the story is dressed in an impressive design according to the “More is More” philosophy that combines a variety of techniques that only John Galliano can magically manipulate. Another remarkable point about this collection is that John seems to be completely comfortable and carefree being 100% himself and ignores comments about whether he has inherited any of Martin Margiela’s legacy. if so, would you do it respectfully?
With some fashion houses, the style of luxury and timeless elegance has been confirmed, they are still confident and full of pride when coming to Haute Couture week even though there are no overwhelming elements.
Since taking over as Artistic Director at Chanel, Virginie Viard has remained faithful to the most fundamental core values of Chanel and her talented predecessor Karl Lagerfeld. This Fall – Winter collection gathers memorable moments in Chanel’s style history such as The green-pink outfit in 1988 when Virginie just joined the brand, the suit worn in the 20s, and the evening dress.
The 30s, and 60s tailoring and the vivid sketches of Karl Lagerfeld in the 2000s. There are not too many elaborate handcrafted details, but the collection still carries the imprint of each atelier that Chanel owns. property, from Lesage’s embroidery, feathers and flowers from Lemarié, hats from Maison Michel, and shoes from Massaro…
In addition, this collection also introduces a high-end jewelry collection inspired by the sparkling starry sky, on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the launch of the first high jewelry collection. The first (and only) Coco Chanel.
This past July, the Giorgio Armani brand has just announced that net profit has started again since the pandemic. With a brand that stays true to its style and says no to prevailing trends, this affirms Armani’s elegance and nobility as enduring as diamonds (or at least until Mr. brand management).
With the high-end Armani Privé line, it is not difficult to list the classics of the Italian fashion house: The deep blue of the night combined with the striking pink of the 80s, the minimalist jackets that hug the body. body with soft but still strong curved shoulders, symbolizing strong feminist beauty but also very feminine when combined with pleated pants. Last but not least, the styles of evening dresses guarantee the elegant beauty of the wearer at the most splendid luxury parties.
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