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Into a New Dimension: Life -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of VALENTINO
The designer Pierpaolo Piccioli decided to get Valentino into a new dimension: life. To mark the return of Valentino's ready-to-wear to Paris, he took over the old marketplace at the Carreau du Temple, and a row of neighboring cafés and restaurants opposite, to put on a joyful all-gendered show reunion symbolically blurring the distinctions between insiders and outsiders. The opening look, an organdy flower-embroidered blouse and tiny skirt, referred to Valentino Garavani's all-white collection of 1968—immortalized in a photograph of Marisa Berenson. There was a reproduction of a slim, tiger-striped maxi coat, famously worn by Veruschka the following year—and to end with, a pair of floaty, flower-printed dresses from the '70s. Designer pitched the production towards embracing Gen Zers with a proposition of a beautiful, casualized couture wardrobe designed to float between genders: lightweight taffeta tailoring in vivid colors, plethoras of dresses from minuscule and cutaway to sweeping, embroidered caftans. The mini-maxi proportion play—like billowy volumes teamed with micro-shorts—provided a translated house glamour that captured everything the TikTok generation might relate to.
Hysterical -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of LOEWE
The latest collection of LOEWE was staged at the equestrian training arena of La Garde Républicaine, a historic location in the centre of Paris. Inspired by The Deposition from the Cross, painted by the Italian Mannerist artist Jacopo Pontormo in Florence 1528, the designer Jonathan Anderson said,"Neurotic, psychedelic, and completely hysterical." of his S/S 2022 collection. He tried to break the rules of LOEWE and explored the concept of draping, sculpture and color by distortion to create a new LOEWE.
Red Carpet -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Balenciaga
Balenciaga S/S 2022 ready-to-wear collection, titled Red Carpet, was released at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. The first part of the show was a photocall on a Hollywood-style red carpet. And guests wearing the new collection pause on the walkway before being ushered into a theater screening the short film The Simpsons I Balenciaga. The Simpsons for Balenciaga is the latest in a progression of activations that push certain boundaries set up between fashion and other forms of entertainment, culture and technology, shifting the brand away from an easily definable category.
A Grand Ball of Time -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton held a grand ball of time in the Louvre. The artistic director Nicolas Ghesquière continued his unique understanding of architecture and couture. The design of architectural silhouettes brought the gorgeous romanticism of the 19th century to the present. Rococo bustle and gorgeous beaded embroidery were the elements in the retro court. The combination with modern elements as mask-like sunglasses, denim and cargo pants provided us with a time journey.
Eco-friendly Bohemia -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chloé
Launched at the Quai de la Tournelle in Paris, S/S 2022 Chloé runway was cooperated with many charities to underline the social responsibility of the brand and the fusion of environmental protection and creativity. This show about love interpreted the free and unlimited Bohemian spirit. Chloé Craft was also officially introduced to launch more hand-made products in the future. This collection applied regenerated wool, hand-cut plant-dyed leather and soft linen. The usage ratio of lower impact material reached 58% this season. Various sewing, weaving and whipstitching techniques have been appeared. Petal-pattern crocheted dress, knotted slip dress made of strips of leftover fabric from seasons before, and whipstitched leather renew and inherit the classics.
Subversive Sexy -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Acne Studios
Acne Studios S/S 2022 collection centered around sexy and conflicted handicraft with futurism to present subversive creation. The provocative and tough attitude of its controversial designs has been a topic in the fashion industry in S/S 2022. On the runway today, floral-print blouses that fastened with a single bow in the front were paired up with minis bearing straps and buckles that hinted at BDSM or old-fashioned girdles. Corsets got a rework, too, in tooled leather, plaid, or military-grade nylon. And fitted skirts did indeed take their details from girdles, with stretchy side panels and garter snaps. The extravagant tied-up chunky shoes revealed the alternative sexy. This collection also discussed self-identification and instinct, interpreting the experimental concept of Acne Studios.
Flower Emotion -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear|Pattern(Part One)
We can see from the womenswear pattern on S/S 2022 runway that plants and flowers still occupy a large proportion. Ink-painting flower, classical flower and geometric flower have increased by over 5%, and monochrome flower, hand-painted texture and romantic dense flower are also under a rising trend. Eye-catching large flowers and small flowers have decreased a lot. The patterns of S/S 2022 runway generally present a joyous and relaxing visual effect. Digital geometric flowers have emerged, and the combination with romantic flowers is worth trying. Monochrome flowers and ink-painting flowers can bring a more quiet and elegant temperament.
Midsummer Voyage -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Giorgio Armani
Inspired by the love for the sea and sun, Giorgio Armani S/S 2022 womenswear presented a blue ocean on the backdrop. Maintaining the classic styles, Giorgio Armani integrated the fantastic colors of sunset with chiffon gown dress to exude tenderness and romance. Besides, many celebrities took photographs with the designer on the runway, which provided more topics for this collection.
Nod to the 60s -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior
Christian Dior S/S 2022 ready-to-wear fashion show was held in the Paris Tuileries Garden on September 28. Maria Grazia Chiuri approached Anna Pararatti to conceive the show's scenography in an absurdist spirit reflecting the universe of her various works. Pop and game have been the core of this 60's runway. The collection is structured around a network of associations as Maria Grazia Chiuri explores Marc Bohan's long tenure as Creative Director of Dior. More precisely, she highlights the Slim Look collection, presented in 1961. A-line doll dress, mini Dior suit, 60s optical white dress and tennis dress; color-blocking outerwear and dress; orange and green boxing suit; golden fringed mini dress all awaken and overpass the elegant classics of Dior.
The Anatomy of Silence -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Sportmax
Founded by Achille Maramotti in 1969, Sportmax is a brand which pursues fashion, freedom and avant-garde. Inspired by the musical works and theories of the post-war American avant-garde figure John Cage, S/S 2022 collection, themed 'the Anatomy of Silence', broke the limit of tradition and conveyed a creative dress attitude by corset, military decorative straps and neat silhouettes.
Retro Y2K Hottie -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of BLUMARINE
The famous Italian womenswear brand BLUMARINE was founded by Anna Molinari and Gianpaolo Tarabini in 1977. Inspired by the character Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, BLUMARINE S/S 2022 collection maintained the brand style and presented a retro fashion show once again. The young creative director Nicola Brognano has injected youthful vitality into the brand in just one year in office. The Y2K hottie style and denim ceremonial dress take us back to the millennium. Lively barbie pink and bright yellow are paired with butterflies to create a dreamland for girls.
Rebuild the Seduction -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of PRADA
The Spring/Summer 2022 Prada show is staged, simultaneously, in the Deposito of the Fondazione Prada, Milan and in Bund 1, Shanghai. Seduction, Stripped Down is the name Prada and Simons gave to the collection. Complex historical elements were rebuilt to be modernized and simple to interpret the embrace and subversion of sexiness. Bra cups and corset bones were fused with knitwear, outerwear and dress by modernized designs to feel solemn, sexy and harmonious; evening gown was simplified to reach a balance between seduction and minimalism; raw or distressed leather jackets and tiny duchesse satin miniskirts presented the interplay of elegancy and punk. Miuccia and Raf created a fantastic and realistic renewing process by deconstructing and regrouping daywear with gorgeous clothing.
Luxurious & Dynamic -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of N°21
N°21 is an Italian independent entry-luxury label founded by Alessandro Dell'Acqua in 2010, which perfectly combines the delicate tailoring of menswear with the Italian femininity. Especially, ceremonial elements were added into the latest S/S 2022 collection. Feather decorations and sequined fringes made the garment more charming and attractive. And the fusion of wildness and luxury was also the feature of this collection, such as, motorcycle denim jacket is paired with luxurious crystals while rough cable is layered with crystal tights to build the new luxurious and dynamic looks of N°21.
Minimalist Beauty -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Jil Sander
Known for the minimalist aesthetics and simple lines, the designer of Jil Sander gets rid of all the extra details, even zippers and buttons. Crinkled textures wrap the body, and the diagonal tailoring underlines the natural drapability. Lucie and Luke Meier had a baby girl in June, which allowed the designer to integrate the vision of wonderful future into the minimalism to express the personal emotions. Therefore, Lucie and Luke applied brighter colors and looser tailoring in S/S 2022 to pursue the pure high quality and inject the warm mood.
Spring Romance -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Alberta Ferretti
Founded in 1974, the Milan-based Alberta Ferretti represents taste, elegancy, sensibility and charm. Many international stars and celebrities have worn their master pieces on grant events and red carpets. S/S 2022 collection used butterfly to present the elegant, confident and resilient postures and exude the lightweight yet high-quality romance. Butterfly photos were printed on wrapped dress and lace slip dress, and graceful miniskirt presented impressionism paintings. Knitted lace and organza crochet created a relaxing atmosphere. The colorway of this collection began from white, black and neutrals to dazzling colorfulness to present a butterfly which had broken out of the cocoon. The draped chiffon gown dress in Scuba Blue, Bright Aqua and Purple Opulence perfectly interpreted the brand attitude.
Classic Heritage -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Max Mara
The Max Mara S/S 2022 ready-to-wear collection was inspired by the novel Bonjour Tristesse(Françoise Sagan,1954). Wearing denim shirt with a knot at waist is exactly the signature of Sagan. Griffith called it the 'Beatnik Fashion', which stimulated his luxury processes of fisherman’s workwear, cargo jacket and carpenter pants.
Recreate the Classic -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of VICTORIA BECKHAM
VICTORIA BECKHAM is a couture brand founded by the famous British singer and apparel designer Victoria Beckham in 2008. Neat and tight silhouette, Roland Mouret's hourglass dress, long zipper and body-fitted tailoring are the signature designs. The S/S 2022 ready-to-wear collection took its tight-fit feminine tailoring and classic designs to the extreme. Especially, the plaid pattern and shirt-style coat perfectly combine women's neatness with minimalist silhouettes to reveal the core design concept of VICTORIA BECKHAM.
Floral Labyrinth -- The Digital Exhibition Analysis of Première Vision Paris
The A/W 22/23 Première Vision Paris was held in September. Rich shapes and bold yet steady colors were used to present innovative patterns with mysterious charm, which expressed people's expectation in the post-pandemic era. Refreshing elegant colors and strong dazzling colors both own a large group of consumers. With the need of brand style, the patterns and colors of Première Vision Paris brought new inspirations to designers.
Dreamy Ceremony -- The Analysis of JUNONA The Designer Brand
Founded in 2000, JUNONA focuses on the equality of gender and provides elegant daywear for all the women and kids. Being sporty, elegant and stylish, the diversified and rich collections of JUNONA create its modern and dynamic image. Let's accept the challenges of daily life with smile and accentuate the individuality with joy.
Extravagant Nightclub -- The Analysis of AREA The Womenswear Designer Brand
Founded by Beckett Fogg and Piotrek Pansczczyk in downtown New York in 2014, AREA is a fashion and accessories design studio specializing in quality craftsmanship, textile development, and innovative embellishment. Since its launch, AREA has garnered a cult following with their modern and timeless take on beauty and glamour. The exploration of perceptions on femininity and beauty is an ongoing reference for AREA, and it celebrates duality and togetherness. We can see designers' discussion on freedom, inclusiveness and diversity from the new collections. Fogg and Panszczyk maintained their signature nightclub style and crystal elements in A/W 21/22 collection to create a subversive lady image.
The Vision in Spring and Autumn -- The Analysis of Korean Kidswear Retail Market
The retail markets in Korea kept updating in the early September. According to the researches of Korean Hyundai, Shinsegae, Lotte and DOOTA, this report will analyze the current condition of Korean retail market from different aspects like color, item, detail and craft of toddlers.
Elegant Holiday -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Altuzarra
Altuzarra is a luxury women's ready-to-wear and accessories collection, launched by Joseph Altuzarra in 2008. The brand is known for its silhouette with delicate curves, which accentuates designers' extraordinary understanding of female body. Joseph Altuzarra once won the CFDA/Vogue fashion foundation in 2011, and his signature exquisite tailoring was deeply loved by fashionable females on a global scale. Knotting, weaving and shibori dyeing were shown in the S/S 2022 ready-to-wear collection to present an elegant and delicate holiday.
Sweet & Romantic -- AIRFISH The Korean Kidswear Designer Brand
Founded by Jennifer Park and Chloe Park, AIRFISH is based in Gyeonggi Province, Korea. Showing the love for fairy dress, AIRFISH is committed to integrating popular artistic colors into avant-garde designs and celebrating the childhood through high-quality kidswear. Haute couture is transferred into practical and fun appearances to attract mothers on a global scale. AIRFISH also focuses on creating comfortable clothes by artist colors, patterns and silhouettes.
Möbius Strip -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Jonathan Simkhai
The eponymous label was founded by the designer Jonathan Simkhai, the graduate of Parsons School of Design, in 2010 in New York, which provides luxury ready-to-wear for the modern women. "No matter what, we just need to keep going, like the circle of life," the designer said. "There's ups and downs, but as long as you just keep it moving I think it's going to connect. I guess that's kind of how fashion feels in a way, too." To commemorate the anniversary of 9/11, he brought his own collection and presented a show about circle. Lines, fringes and pleats were grouped with low-saturation pale colors to express that the beginning is also the end.