Fashion month has come to a close. Yes, many of chose to live vicariously through the Instagram accounts of our favorite celebrities throughout Fashion month (such as Gigi Hadid’s newly introduced @Gisposable), and some of us were also glued to Youtube checking out the runway shows of Youtube from some of our all-time favorite designers. If you had an opportunity to check out the closing night of Paris Fashion Week, with Louis Vuitton’s take over of the Louvre you will have found the event to be guess what ladies and gentlemen, it was all-inclusive.
The 60’s and 70’s came to life in Paris with Paco Rabanne’s amazing Ready to Wear collection.
The night was reflective of the spring summer 2020 collections in Paris, and the iconic brands that took over the city of Romance. With of some of the most recognizable fashion houses of all time were presented during the Paris fashion week held from September 23 to October 1. With age, race, and identity playing a large theme in some of the central collections of Off-White, with some fabulous looks across the board. Did you see the moment Helen Mirren’s danced across the runway, barefoot?
With the Margiela SS20 collection, John Galliano explores military uniforms. The woman of the runway from Galliano’s Margiela SS20 show were a cross of military and spiritual. I noticed an appearance that was vaguely masculine and strong. The models wore uniforms and outfits recollecting of those from red-cross nurses, nuns and soldiers.
At the Versace Show in Paris, Gigi Hadid the Versace Ready to Wear Collection was beautifully arranged, and Bella Hadid made the runway with Miu Miu, and With Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Off-White and Miu Miu making big splashes in Paris.
Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collection pays homage to Catherine Dior, Christian’s sister, She was a strong and passionate botanist, and the miss Dior who inspired his first perfume. The Dior woman of the Spring/Summer 2020 takes after her, with inspiration from the garden with a gardener, in her realm, hats to protect herself from the sun, jewels inspired by plants, dresses made of transparent fabrics and floral prints.
The theme falls like a brush if we consider that while it was on the run it was with the climate global strike. Floral prints are also used by Pier Paolo Piccioli for Valentino. His colorful collection alternates monochrome fuchsia, fluorescent green, purple dresses and total white looks that recall the 1968 White Collection presented by Valentino himself.
The Chanel catwalk’ scenegrophy is, like every year, enchanting; the models embody the parisienne women as everybody imagine them and walk on the roofs of Paris re-built in the Grand Palais, dressing shorts, minidresses, Capri pants, tweed dresses and skirts. All typically Chanel.
Even the Saint Laurent collection is a dive into its past. The brand’s classic garments return, reinterpreted in a modern key. Jackets, belts, jeans, flamboyant lurex turbans are reminisces of the historic Russian Collection of 1976 and the ever-muse Loulou de la Falaise.
The collection by Yves Laurent is nspired by the tailoring of the 60s and 70s and proposes a masculine woman who wears high-waisted and flared trousers, pin-striped suits, puffed sleeves and bowler hats.