Art in fashion and creativity is one of the reasons Haute Couture week is so awaited each season. Creativity is limitless, and the material to create is always found in the brand’s own archives.
Transform with the legendaries
Success after success, the Gaultier brand seems to be revived with a strategy of collaborating with different designers for each season. For the Autumn – Winter 2022 collection, Jean Paul Gaultier chose young designer Olivier Rousteing of the Balmain family to “send gold”.
This is not only an opportunity for Olivier to work with a fashion legend, Gaultier but also an opportunity for him to regain his confidence in the Haute Couture segment after Balmain’s underrated collection Spring – Summer 2019. are still typical Gaultier materials such as sailor stripes, manteau shirts, and corsets along with a number of other classic designs, Olivier chose the fashion house’s famous perfume Le Male with a plaid blue glass bottle and tin box to create an element of surprise on outfits and accessories. Needless to say, we can expect Le Male sales to skyrocket after this collection.
At the surrealist fashion house Schiaparelli, creative director Daniel Roseberry brought an equally surrealist idea when he came up with the idea of a collaboration between Schiaparelli and other fashion legends such as Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gaultier, Azzedine Alaia, and Christian Lacroix. Among the many classic imprints of famous names, Daniel is still not “submerged” thanks to the way he adorns his clothes with the metal accessories that made his name at Schiaparelli.
Since separating from Maria Grazia Chiuri, Pierpaolo Piccioli has left a very clear mark on Valentino through his liberal designs in color schemes and outfits. However, with this Fall-Winter collection, we are reminded of Valentino Garavani’s identity values, from bright red to rose and soft curving layers of fabric used by Pierpaolo in a way. it is very own. This is also Valentino’s most significant-scale collection in recent times with more than 100 designs from day to evening wear, for women and men, simple to grandiose.
After last year’s comeback, Balenciaga became one of the most anticipated names at Haute Couture week because it was known that the master of tricks Demna would surprise them. Besides controversial and mocking creations such as a series of designs in latex, unnecessarily giant evening gowns, or street-colored couture, there are still designs with subtle subtleties.
Classical Haute Couture by Cristobal Balenciaga. It is worth mentioning here that Demna cleverly balances the original designs with a few changes of its own, creating an interesting revival for the brand at the Haute Couture playground.
If fashion is sometimes equated with a type of stage performance, then let fashion deliver a captivating performance. Viktor & Rolf are known for their unique concept collections that viewers can admire the transformation on stage. Although used many times, this trick of the Dutch designer duo still impresses and admires viewers.
From the idea of a men’s shirt that is too big for women, like the pressure of masculinity on women, the two designers wanted to make it more fitting. The first part of the collection is shirts with huge and aggressive necks and shoulders that make the wearer look like dolls in real-life costumes so that Viktor & Rolf transform right on stage by bending, folded and so the second part of the BST was born, much more comfortable and softer.
Considered the only sustainable designer of Haute Couture, Ronald van der Kemp is known for his one-of-a-kind designs literally because the materials he uses are entirely old fabrics and vintage clothes. From materials that seem to be a waste of industry used by Ronald and turn them into gorgeous, playful, and attractive designs. It can be said that if Paris has set the standards for Haute Couture, Ronald van der Kemp has also created its own standards.
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