One of the most magical moments in the fashion world has just taken place: the Paris Haute Couture, the show of those dresses that none of us will ever get a chance to wear, unless we get invited to a Red Carpet. The Haute couture seems to be created just to make us dream: it is art, game, inspiration. And also, it is a contribution from the fashion world to the cultural and civil development, the moment when designers actually prove their creative and sartorial skills. Thus, let’s see what the wonderful 2019 Spring-Summer Paris Haute Couture creations brought for us. They brought tulle, organza, chiffon, crochet lace and plumes, all embellishing mobile and essential architectural structures.
Giambattista Valli created a collection based on shiny details, on fluffy fabrics covered in sequins and trapped in flowers. Tulle here is his main fabric, paired with midi and mostly mini lengths. The colours are magenta, pink and fuchsia, gracefully matched with sidereal white. Chanel set his dream at the Grand Palais, recreating the garden of that which could be a rich villa in the French Riviera, and reinterpreted, according to such mood, the symbols of the maison: tweed, black and white, which on this occasion was presented on midi Jacqueline Kennedy inspired suits, combined with plumes and delicate pastel colours. For a really charming, rock and stilish effect. There’s a mystery regarding Karl Lagerfeld: the legendary creative director missed the show claiming he was “tired”.
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