Las colecciones para el otoño 2021 le han devuelto la vida a las pasarelas parisinas. Los fieles de la moda se concentran en la ciudad de la luz para descubrir las novedades del “savoir-faire” de los modistas más prestigiosos del mundo.
By Walu Hernández |Jul 06, 2021- 17:23
Paris first hosts in 18 months the haute couture week in person, the parades that have been held since July 5 and conclude tomorrow, constitute the first great celebration of fashion after mass vaccination.A slight change in the dynamics of the parades is perceived, now reserved for some of the most important clients and the most insightful fashion editors of the industry.In this loose edition, only 8 of the 30 brands authorized to present haute couture collections, they can do so in face -to -face format, here we bring you a summary of the most provocative bets.
The collection, baptized as "El Matador", resumed the aesthetics of the bullfight.He recovered for example the sculptural inlays in the garments, such as the chest, which reproduced in metal becomes an external part of the clothes, but also the torso, as a metallic armor, or the fingers of the feet, which sculpted in metal areThe protagonists of some very high platform boots.With inspirations taken from alien aesthetics, surrealism and all the so recognizable elements of the brand are merged here creating excessive, superlative garments in which reaching beauty is the only objective.
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Iris van Herpen
The sense of freedom that Iris Van Herpen explores in its shocking collection "Earthwise" is full of new perspectives.For this designer, freedom is associated in some way to movement, Van Herpen always wonders what can haute couture be?Even suggesting that 3D impression can be as unique as a hand -seated garment.Despite being inspired by space, the collection does not ignore the earthly;There are 18 looks for those who Van Herpen continued his collaboration with "Parley for the Oceans" this season, which means that many of the materials he used are made of recycled plastic.The Atelier incorporated elements of its meticulous technique in its own processes with a particularly strong effect on white lace dresses.
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Virginie Viard, right hand of Lagerfeld and current creative director of the brand, is forging her own language.With this collection, Chanel returned to the catwalk in person for the first time in a year, with a very reduced capacity parade within the Palais Galliera, the French capital museum of the French capital whose recent renewal has been sponsored by the brand.However, the clearest bet of the house was the combination of white and black that gives a renewed graphic styling to the inspired garments of the nineteenth century.The doubt would be if, in a collection that breathes urban airs, it would be possible to find the poetic romanticism that is part of the DNA Chanel.