By Audrey L. Photos by Audrey L. Posted Jul 8, 2022 at 5:48 PM
Paris shone a thousand lights during this week’s Fall/Winter 2022-2023 Haute Couture Fashion Week. Assumed femininity, elegant creativity are the themes of this 100% fashion season. A hymn to the beauty of women, all different but all inspiring heroines.
the Haute Couture Fashion Week of Paris Fall/Winter 2022-2023 ended yesterday after four intense days of parades. This season, the houses have redoubled their creativity and audacity to offer exceptional shows, at the forefront of fashion and glamour. Collections that reveal and affirm the femininity of the elegant woman of the 21st century. Modern women, who assume their strengths and their aura of conquerors. Each brand tells its story, its creative delirium because, for the haute coutureeverything must be art and wonders.
here is ours The 3 most creative collections this week 100% haute couture:
- The most unforgettable: Olivier Rousteing for Jean-Paul Gaultierpresented on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 at 6:00 p.m. in the 3rd arrondissement of Paris
Jean-Paul Gaultier retired in January 2020 and now invites a designer to each Haute Couture Fashion Week to imagine a collection for his namesake brand. it’s the turn ofOlivier Rousteighouse art director Balmainwhich presented this week an authentic parade tribute to Jean Paul Gaultier inspired by all the codes that made him famous: corsets with conical breasts, powder pink, sailor top, denim, punk spirit,… Emblematic elements, enhanced by the prominent shoulders, the Olivier Rousteing signature, and by his audacious creativity that push femininity to the extreme with new-style bustiers in fused glass or metal pieces that shape the body like works of art. A nod again to perfume”The maleand its tin box, whose design has been taken up by the creator to develop a series of futuristic platforms. The icing on the cake: the tribute to Jean-Paul Gaultier would not have been complete without “Unfalsified”, the hit of his legendary friend farmer mylene to rate the show!
- The most fabulous: Schiaparellipresented on Monday, July 4, 2022 at 10 a.m. in the main hall of the Museum of Decorative Artsdaniel rosario, the artistic director of the Schiaparelli house, makes a true declaration of love for fashion and for the work of Elsa Schiaparelli through this magnificent show. An authentic parade of majestic women-icons whose elegance recalls the catwalks of the 80s. A solemn and emotional vision, a retro touch accentuated by the composer’s film music John Williams that make the moment more epic. A song to the beauty of women, of her body, of her natural and mysterious presence. Square shoulders, marked waist, marked chest, charming sheaths, precious stones and treasures that enhance beauty, “Renaissance” is a dream, a magic, a poetry that touches all hearts.
- The most dreamlike: Leandro Canopresented on Tuesday, July 5 at the Embassy of Spain in Paris
This year, the Andalusian designer celebrates his 10-year career in fashion, with 10 emblematic creations that have marked his career. the one who wore Lady Gaga either Katy Perry, gives us a parade overflowing with imagination that tells us the story of an invented Spanish “Middle Ages”, tinged with castles, the common thread of the collection. Each silhouette represents a character with a wonderfully intriguing story. The dreamlike fantasies of Leandro Cano come to life thanks to the meticulous work of Andalusian artisans: embroiderers, weavers, furriers and potters. Creativity from elsewhere to heat up our Parisian catwalks!
See you in September for a new catwalk season!