Marking one of the most exciting moments on the fashion calendar that we’ve experienced in a long while, the third day of paris haute couture week was was turbocharged with show-stopping looks by designers.
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Loyal to his cuts and style, the designer had a royal army collection as his first comeback show. The dazzling collection of evening gowns is a heartfelt tribute to Venice, a city with a history of resilience and bravery.
The collection, an ode to blooming flora, sees new shapes and techniques with light textures and volumes. Combining bold colors with light pastels, each gown is sewn with flower patterns that symbolize the hope of a better tomorrow.
With a debut couture show of creative director Demna Gvasalia and the brand’s first in 52 years, the collection borrowed references from its archival roots and proved that it is more than a streetwear brand. The collection was clean, impactful, and reminiscent of the old good days of fashion.
Jean Paul Gaultier
Creative as always, Jean Paul Gaultier unfailingly manages to have avant-guard silhouettes. Returning to couture under a new designer, Sacai, the new line followed traditional upcycling and hybrid construction techniques while incorporating bold experimentation every step of the way.
Viktor & Rolf
The collection is reflective of regal structures and hierarchies, likening those of royals to the fashion system with its ranked seating charts. Always with a touch of humor, but always on point and always as loud and creative, the duo doesn’t stop to amaze.
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