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Riot Grrrl -- The Catwalk Analysis of Red Valentino Womenswear
The Pre-Fall 2020 Red Valentino is full of a girlish and rebellious feel. In the 1980s, the baseball and hockey in British are free, open, provocative and charismatic, and echo the punk aesthetics redefined by the underground feminism movement in the United States in the 1990s. The collection formerly belongs to the main fashion and haute couture of Pier Paolo Piccioli, but now it has improved on the silhouette and the edges, replacing the iconic pink with a nifty neon pink. Retro elements of acid pickled denim and rock star's look are used as reference to make the series more powerful. "I think we have found a new expression of the brand's signature romanticism that better reflects the free, open, powerful spirit of today's girls," Piccioli wrote in an email.
A.W.A.K.E. -- The Catwalk Analysis of A.W.A.K.E. MODE Womenswear
A.W.A.K.E. is the abbreviation of "All Wonderful Adventures Kindle Enthusiasm". It is founded by Natalia Alaverdian in 2012. Alaverdian is a Russian girl famous for street snaps. And she is also a fashion editor, styling designer, photographer, artistic director and designer of A.W.A.K.E. Her goal for A.W.A.K.E. is to make everyone speak for themselves through clothing. The important reference element related to each classic design of A.W.A.K.E. is the characteristic animal image from art and film. And the subtle element of Japanese culture brings an eclectic quality to each item.
The Collision of Classics and Modernity -- The Catwalk Analysis of MSGM Womenswear
Massimo Giorgetti, the artistic director of MSGM, who is constantly looking for cultural inspiration from the past, is an unruly fun-goer. This theme is inspired by Gio Ponti's interior design of Milan architectures in the 1970s and the modernistic ceramic floor tiles. The concept of the collision and integration of classics and modernity is used to present the vivid and interesting design aesthetics. The classic bright color matching and bowknot of WSGM are used. The neat and clean silhouette replaces ruffle, with lively colors to be fresh and lovely. Various interior elements are used as patterns this time. The geometrics on the floor tiles are applied to the shirt, and classical rose pattern is used to the outerwear. Environmental protection is also advocated this time, like eco-friendly leather and faux woolskin, reflecting the designer's attention to the environmental protection.
The Brand-new Look of Riccardo Style -- The Catwalk Analysis of Burberry Womenswear
1. Since Riccardo Tiscisha was officially appointed as the new creative director by Burberry's official Instagram in 2018, whether he can lead Burberry has become the topic. As the creative director, he hopes to use his own style to restore the glory of the brand, and at the same time, to inject new blood into the works. The Pre-Fall 2020 series retains the elegance and wildness of S/S. 2. On April 23rd, 2020, Burberry will hold a big show in Shanghai, which is the brand's first show in China under the leadership of Tisci, and he said it was time to expand his vision beyond London after completing his aesthetic identity for the brand.
Back to 31 Rue Cambon -- The Analysis of Chanel Womenswear
This year is the 18th year of CHANEL's launch conference for the Pre-Fall Metiersd' Art. For the past 18 years, Chanel has been traveling around the world and creating a series of ready-to-wear garments based on local culture and handicraft. Virginie Viard names the show as "31 Rue Cambon", a nod to 31 Rue Cambon in Paris where the founder, Gabrielle Chanel, starts the brand. And Virginie Viard works with Sofia Coppola to move the apartment's famous mirrored spiral staircase to the Grand Palais. Combining the design codes of Lady Coco and Karl Lagerfeld, the classic Lesage embroidered outerwear of Karl Lagerfeld in the 1966 A/W couture is reused in sets in this season, with retro painted pattern of Coromandel to create luxurious and noble clothing.
The Freedom to Wear -- The Catwalk Analysis of 3.1 Phillip Lim Womenswear
Inspired by the work of John Chamberlain, subtle expressions and subtle tensions in artistic works are introduced to explore the harmony and disharmony of fashion. Referring to the hardware details and the processing of gold and silver ware in Noguchi's work and jewellery, practical items are equipped with more sculpture details and asymmetric designs, keeping fashion beauty in the rhyme of body. This series displays emotions and makes the closet freer. Constantly emphasizing the contemporary spirit held by 3.1 Phillip Lim, through the mix & match of different elements and styles, we can explore more possibilities for daily clothes.
Elegant Performance -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Womenswear Catwalks
The Pre-Fall 2020 fashion weeks are dominated by the urban elegance and the minimalist cotton & linen. The sophisticated girl style holds 21%, while the leisure preppy style holds 8% and the relaxed sports takes up 4%. For items, the dress is in the first place and grows compared with Pre-Fall 19. Outerwear (including suits, jackets and overcoats) and shirts increase obviously, while T-shirts, skirts and sets decline clearly.
Return of Female Self-awareness -- The Catwalk Analysis of Fendi Womenswear
In S/S fashion weeks, new femininity began to take shape, and this Pre-fall series reinforces it. Silvia Venturini Fendi hides a side of freedom and rebellion. Her gift for subtlety and cleverness shapes the brands' style and endows the brand with unconventionality and uniqueness. Now she is in charge of Fendi and brings creative designs. Although works of Karl Lagerfeld also have similar spirits, Venturini Fendi adds her own style. She uses softer style to smooth out the edges, and the brand is more feminine, more graceful and gentler.
Europe in The 1930s -- The Catwalk Analysis of Giorgio Armani's Womenswear
Giorgio Armani holds his Pre-Fall 2020 show at the Armani Theater in Milan, where he presents a collection named reformism. The designer explained this name before the launch, saying: "I want women to be free to change anytime, anywhere, depending on their mood." The entire collection is inspired by women in the 1930s. Florals favored by social butterfly of the Parisian upper class in the 1920s-1930s are applied for vertical and three-dimensional transformation, and applied to printing or partial accessories to display the Giorgio Armani's integration of the East and the West. Models mainly wear short top and long trousers, which is in line with clothing collocation of French women in the 1920s-1930s. The entire show echoes the femininity of ladies in the 1930s.