01/31/11 - 6:8 PM
Semana de la Moda de París 2011
Galliano was indeed the designer of the Parisian couture. With volumes and retro, the designer gave a lesson in elegance and femininity in the service of Dior. His inspiration: the great divas of the 50 and 60. The tulle and skirts with volume filled a walkway made of soft fabrics, pastel colors, balloon skirts, tube and discrete cleavage.
Armani has been relegated to second place, despite the innovation that will put his collection. On this occasion, presented to a woman techno futuristic Oriental dyes made of silk and metallic fabrics mercure sci-fi, hats, headdress and accessories compact disc edge asymmetric cuts.
Who overcame the quotation was Jean Paul Gautier becoming the gateway into pure couture show. With a celebrity guest, the French actress Farida Khelfa and large doses of imagination and creativity, Gautier was the combination of sophisticated aesthetics of the 20's and Parisian cabarets.
The proposal was consistent and full of vitality, with eighties hair, punks, and offenders. The black color without doubt, to create silhouettes defined with high-waisted skirts and lady cut in the knee, pants with sash and tailored jackets.
Another one that met the standards of the French Federation of Couture was Elie Saab. His simplicity was seen in a collection of rhinestones junket, filigree glass, organza petals and lace embroidery. Nude colors evolve from dry green and then to a purple and black and white binomial final.
Finally, because you can not overlook, Karl Lagerfeld, Chanel's designer, said to have been inspired by actress Blake Lively. Influence of leggings in even the buttoned jeans that give the collection a youthful and casual air, but that has nothing to do with being a Street style. The two-piece dresses and pearl colors are pink and cut organza, chiffon and silk, so delicate and feminine. The collection takes up the tendency of the slides that are very fashionable this summer.