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Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020

Mar 18, 20 Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020

Did you feel that the wind of fashion has been changing its direction?

The latest fashion weeks shown all sign of the pendulum swinging to the other way.

We might feel bored in à la Cinderella gowns all embellished with sequins and laces invariably proposed by the Lebanese designers.

Gender-fluid collections of Gucci signed Alessandro Michele – the king of fashion hallucinations – have a strong scent of ones Granma’s [wardrobe] trunk.

Chanel despite tremendous efforts to preserve the heritage of legendary House undertaken by Virginie Viard seems looking for a new Karl the Savior while the pinnacle of luxury, Dior is drifting in not always very clean feminism waters directed by very brave and talented yet a little bit biased Maria Grazia Chiuri.

The current designers of used-to-be-known as sophisticated Nina Ricci propose to theirs clientele to put on a head a.. plastic bucket of fuchsia or lettuce color – you can’t go unnoticed, but what is a real point? Finally, the creative director of sacred Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia, keeps on making look ugly beautiful women to spite the codes established by the brand founder, Cristobal – a couturier gifted with impeccable sense of style and aesthetics.

It will not go on likewise. Fashion needs ‘fresh blood’ to get it out of existential crises.

In the [fashion] history, the designers often drew inspiration from the Iberian Peninsula – time-proven source for creative ideas. Above-mentioned Chrisrobal Balenciaga himself was Spanish. Rich of its cultural heritage and traditions, homeland for Velasquez and Goya has all chances to reconquer the world catwalks. Simultaneously, impassioned flamenco and toreadors’ as well as other bohemians’ chic elements appeared in quite a few collections at the Parisian weeks anticipating the upcoming trend.