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8 things to remember from SS2017 fashion week (part 1)

Oct 26, 16 8 things to remember from SS2017 fashion week (part 1)

1. Designer of the week. Maria Grazia Chiuri became the new creative director of the legendary Christian Dior. For this honorary assignment the Italian broke her duo with Pierpaolo Piccioli, leaving him alone to work at Valentino. The name of Chiuri will be listed in the history as the first woman to head the Fashion House from 30,...

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Valentino FW2016

Sep 01, 16 Valentino FW2016

Examining the looks from Valentino’s couture collection you immediately realize why the Renaissance was born in Italy. Where else on European soil in those days there was such a concentration of beauty, art and passion if not on the Apennine Peninsula? The outfits created by the Roman duo Pierpaolo Picciolo and Mary Grace Currie...

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Maison Margiela FW2016

Aug 25, 16 Maison Margiela FW2016

One might get an impression that John Galliano, having finally received all-fashion forgiveness and for the second year “with impunity” creating for the Maison Martin Margiela brand, unleashed all his inevitably restrained for a couple of years, crazy ideas. At the same time these ideas, like a wine, fermented to a state of...

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Alexis Mabille FW2016

Aug 18, 16 Alexis Mabille FW2016

In the fall-winter couture collection Alexis Mabille focused his work on the colors. Under the general theme – “Pastel Vibrations” – the designer presented to the public twenty-three evening gowns made in soft, slightly chilly shades ranging from aquamarine to pearl. Alexis left experiments for another time:...

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Schiaparelli FW2016

Aug 16, 16 Schiaparelli FW2016

“It’s hard to be a God, but even more difficult to imitate one” – such an idea certainly at least once occurred to every modern couturier, leading a once legendary, enlisted in the history of fashion, brand. Bertrand Guyon, creating a third couture collection for the revived 4 years ago Schiaparelli house was...

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Julien Fournie FW2016

Aug 11, 16 Julien Fournie FW2016

The bride in a cream, almost flesh-colored dress with a flared hem, tight sleeves going down to the middle phalanges and a deep V-shaped neckline, pointed like a sharp arrow the stomach, stopped several meters before reaching the podium, spun around and staggered, as if frightened by something, and disappeared at the backstage. We...

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Chanel FW2016

Aug 08, 16 Chanel FW2016

Couture can be different. It could be glaring, deliberately luxurious like at Elie Saab and Zuhair Murad, or futurist, as if inspired by creatures from parallel worlds like that of Bowie Wong or Jean Paul Gaultier. And there is one at Chanel, which, perhaps, cannot be group with anything else, so unique and original it is. A...

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Dior Couture FW2016

Aug 08, 16 Dior Couture FW2016

While the entire fashion world froze in an anticipation of another sensational change in the chair of creative director of the most couture house of Paris, a Swiss pair of Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffieux, summoned to the rescue the “orphaned” Christian Dior after the “sudden” departure of Raf Simons, sharpens...

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Zuhair Murad FW2016

Aug 02, 16 Zuhair Murad FW2016

The one before last show from the official Fall-Winter 2016/2017 Haute Couture calendar was presented by Zuhair Murad (the week was closed by Valentino). Held in the right wing of the Grand Palais, it set before the admired audience a legitimate question from the accompanying the show “Bohemian Rhapsody” soundtrack: Is...

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Elie Saab FW2016

Jul 12, 16 Elie Saab FW2016

From season to season Elie Saab presents his collections in Paris, drawing inspiration from luxury palaces, movie divas and favorite artist’s paintings. From season to season on the podium we expect wardrobe variations of a modernized Disney princess that switched castle halls with the high society parties. Tens of meters of airy...

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