a group of women in different outfits
Home Fashion Designers 4 big fashion shows from Paris Fashion Week

4 big fashion shows from Paris Fashion Week

Elie Saab, who marked last season with his punk style, is completely changing course this season. Opening with a camouflage pattern in lighter and simpler tones, the Saab fashion show then encounters the most vivid shades of colors such as green, yellow and blue on the catwalk. The so-called "Amazon Collection" reflects exactly this air with both large leaf figures and colors. Snake pattern, large leaf figure earrings, long princess dresses also feature elie saab's must-have pieces on the catwalk.

Cindy Bruna in a yellow dress
a woman wearing a red dress and sunglasses
a person wearing a yellow dress and sunglasses
a person wearing a yellow dress and sunglasses
a woman in a green dress
a woman in a dress
a woman in a green dress

Inspired by the 1970s rockers, Joseph Altuzarra is laying out his funk spirit with his new collection to the end this season. Especially with the design power in jackets and vests, the collection, which has made an ambitious entrance into this season, is adorned with very moving details. Many details such as artificial furs, metallic textures, waist belts, tassels were combined to create a stronger and more sophisticated style. In the colors, a contrasting appearance is obtained by using the main colors together.

a person in a dress
a person walking down a runway
a person wearing a white coat
a person walking down a runway
a woman walking on a runway
a person walking down a runway
a woman wearing a dress

Diana Ross's "You're all I want to have." Inspired by their words and aiming to give women everything they really want to have, Celine and Phoebe Philo are once again bringing the classic Celine style to the stage. Jackets and trouser sets, coats, shirts and shoes and minimal lines are interpreted together with wide masculine patterns. He describes his collection as follows: "I want to be optimistic. I believe in the power of life and pleasure. It feels like a celebration. If there's nothing to say right now, let it be with love." Philo offers comfort and functionality with the light colors and simplicity it chooses, while it feels exactly that optimistic and loving side.

a person walking on a runway
a person walking down a runway
a person walking down a runway
a person in a white dress
a person walking down a runway
a person walking down a runway
a person walking down a runway

We will see the dominance of these colors next year at Valentino, which last season presented red and pink with iconic antique dress cuts and style. But the new Valentino is much more innovative, variable, sporty and mobile! Pierpaolo Piccioli, the brand's creative director, cites Apollo's moon landing as inspiration. Photographed from space, he looks at the Earth and, as he puts it in his own words, he slips his arms to return to the world that "Mr. Valentino created in the '80s." That's how the story of the change in Valentino begins. The most notable detail in the collection is that we are used to long flight flight dresses and the wind of mini dresses will blow next season. And the new Valentino girls are going to be more romantic than ever.

a person wearing a pink suit
a person walking down a runway
a person in a dress
a person wearing a dress and sunglasses
a person wearing a red dress
a person walking on a runway
a person walking down a runway
a woman in a pink dress
a person wearing a dress
Categories
Subscribe to our Newslatter

Sign up for free and be the first to get notified about new posts.