Paris Fashion Week- 08/03
Monday morning at Paris Fashion Week kicked off with Stella McCartney, presenting clean tailoring for a minimalist silhouette. A notched ‘inward lapel’ jacket opened the show, with a clear aim to twist traditional tailoring details for women. Again, patch pockets as seen over the weekend at Celine made an appearance adding to practical daywear pieces, whilst eveningwear stayed sheer and iridescent with circular discs in black and pinkish nude shades.
Emanuel Ungaro packed colourful silks with polka print; the red satin trench being a stand out piece against turn-up tailored shorts. Giambattista Valli offered a delightful mix of gathered sheer and block drape for eveningwear whilst keeping day rounded, soft and classic. The juxtaposition of fabrics again enforced our ideas for this issue, of fragility and sheer emerging into the AW10/11 season.
Yves Saint Laurent also endeavoured to expose some fragility for AW10 with transparent, high-shine capes, providing weather proofing for the shoulders. A 70’s inspired silhouette dominated in black with accent colours of gold, blue and murky green. For accessories, they kept it harsh and chunky, with Mohawk fringed heels in electric suede and gold pendants swinging at the waistline.
Images: Top Row- Stella McCartney AW10. Second row- Stella McCartney AW10. Third tow- Emanuel Ungaro AW10. Forth row- Giambattista Valli AW10. Fifth row- Giambattista Valli AW10. Sixth row- Yves Saint Laurent AW10. Seventh row- Yves Saint Laurent AW10.
Posted by Julia Kasper