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Large-scale Futurism -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Louis Vuitton
Staged once again in the majestic surroundings of the Louvre in Paris, Louis Vuitton’s Spring-Summer 2023 Collection is unveiled in the museum’s Cour Carrée. For the first time, Nicolas Ghesquière has invited leading French contemporary artist Philippe Parreno and production designer James Chinlund to conceptualize the event’s spectacular set design. With metal grills, mirrors, and a myriad of lightbulbs that evoke a fairground attraction, the set is centered upon a vividly red “monster flower” with golden stamen that rise up dramatically into the Parisian sky.
Extreme Luxury -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Paris Couture Fashion Week
Paris Couture Fashion Week 2022 launched a battle between being conservative and radical. We can see Balenciaga’s hi-tech diving suits, Iris Van Herpen’s pioneering pieces, Chanel and Giorgio Armani Prive’s nod to the pas, and of course, the ethereal and gorgeous pieces of Elie Saab.
Manipulation & Amorphousness -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Viktor & Rolf
The avant-garde fashion house Viktor & Rolf released its A/W 22/23 Haute Couture collection inspired by the cult 1922 vampire movie “Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror”. This season, the designers Rolf Snoeren and Viktor Horsting divided the show into halves: The first half of their show featured the same structured, high collars with looks that appeared to be levitating above the wearer’s shoulders; the second half showed them collapsed, draping the models in swathes of ruffles.
Minimalist Dressing -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of New York & Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week
All the fashion houses display their featured wedding dresses at Bridal Fashion Week 2023, from the minimalist tailoring of satin to the Art Deco style of floral embroidery and jacquard texture. Romance and nature will always be the theme for wedding dress design. To meet the requirements of modern independent women, designers are trying to make wedding dresses into ready-to-wear wardrobes.
Fancy Lace -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of New York & Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week
Spring 2023 Bridal Fashion Week ended successfully in April. Changeable silhouettes, materials and details satisfied bridals’ desire for happiness. Asymmetric cutting, sweet heart-shaped neckline, sexy gauze, multilayered ruffle, voluminous dress, sophisticated embroideries and beads and Bohemian loose-fit dress took the center stage. Romantic lace fabrics and motifs also presented an outstanding performance. Lace, trim and embroidery are the common elements of Baroque aesthetics, which also become the major elements of wedding dress.
The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Haute Couture
Paris Haute Couture Week returned to the physical runway in a high profile. From Elie Saab’s Eden florals to Charles de Vilmorin’s colorfulness, designers focused on the tailoring to accent the body outlines and displayed multiple moods. Challenging creations elevated the beauty and realized the goal of haute couture.
Exquisite Artisanship -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Chanel
With sweeping synergy, this season's Métiers d'Art collection read like the limited Chanel edition of connect-the-dots. Virginie Viard invited guests to Le19M, the newly opened building devoted to the workshops of the maison's artisans, where she presented her most crafts-centric collection within the very same architecture that had informed its cuts and motifs.
Online Fashion Weeks -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Haute Couture
2020 is hard for the fashion industry. This COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the original plan of many brands. The A/W 2020 Haute Couture fashion week is held via videos. Without stars and fashion bloggers to heat the fashion week, many brands conceptualize a new presentation mode and display their eye-catching works with their creativity. Luckily, with the help of digital technology, they can present their designs online. Lets' see what the online fashion week is like.
18/19 A/W Craft Trend at Paris Haute Couture Show -- Embroidery & 3D Flower
Handcrafted 3D flowers and embroideries hit the Paris Haute Couture shows. This report is all about layered lace flowers, paper-cut design, large 3D flowers, delicate embroideries, sheer florals, colorful embroideries and cotton threads.