Voilà some of the wonders seen at the last Paris”Haute Couture” week’s runways.
Pierpaolo Piccoli, art director of Valentino, passes through at least a century of fashion, merging all his creations together in a blaze of masterful textures and proportions; a modern elaboration of his own personal masters’ works. C’est magnifique!
Elie Saab reports all the glamour and the magic of the Paris in the ‘20s, finding a shelter in the beauty and thinks this “street style age” has switched off. Once again we can find here a clever elaboration using precious materials that recall a lightness we can only dream of.
Our dear Karl (Lagerfeld, of course!) never misses a shot, we got used to that. During this special event, Chanel achieved a perfect scenography, but less oniric than the previous ones: a french garden populated by models similar to delicate flowers covered by the most precious tweed and astounding transparencies.