Recently, many designers who have an aesthetic, cultural or political view of the fashion world and live for it strive to demonstrate what they believe in in the most striking way with their talents. They're chasing the strongest they've ever been. Olivier Rousteing's latest collection for Balmain is exactly like this... Rousteing, who has always reflected balmain's soldiers and the strong and flamboyant woman on the catwalk, didn't come out of that line, but she's put a lot on top of that this year. The great harmony and ethnic air of brown, taba, black and gold was exactly what Rousteing wanted to reflect for this season: diversity and diversity in society. Suede, leather, transparent fabrics, thick corset belts, asymmetrical cuts, tassels and each piece is so vivid and real... '90s-inspired snakeskin or suede pretty long boots, coats and miniskirts with "size" just one click above the plus-size trend... In short, there's everything that could happen in Balmain. Isn't that Rousteing's truth? He draws his power from the crowds and reflects that to the end.
Isabel Marant from last night's fashion shows proved to us that we can have an assertive and different look in the winter period with what we might call traditional pieces rather than sexy. Almost all the pieces were midi-length, and the only detail that made them "sexy" were corset belts that revealed her waist curves. Another detail Marant highlighted this season was the small floral patterns that had a romantic look. She was a real Parisian woman, with floral dresses being used in leather oversized fur coats. Marant, who is not the designer of tight patterns and minis, also preferred models that looked much more layered and cast than the models that wrapped the leg in classic Marant heeled boots. In contrast to her loose and cast pieces in the collection, we saw a narrow and glossy 'cocktail dress' design in a single look, which was the crystal embroidered suit worn by Gigi Hadid.
Especially in the world of social media, Chloe has always been the image of a bohemian, festival-loving girl glowing in the light of day. Chloe, known for her biker jackets, Spanish leg pants and Baja shirts, has gone beyond what is known this season. Waight Keller's collection this season is already up for the "best" collection. His goal was to go further and create something new, especially under tailoring. Stronger shoulder cuts and long pleated trousers that completely wrapped around her waist were cuts Chloe hadn't tried before. That put him in the same league as other designers who went through a similar overhaul of his style this year. With alice in wonderland illustrations and Mary Jane accessories, Waight Keller has turned a familiar tale into a new and extraordinary adventure.
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