• January 23rd, 2018
    AIRY FIGURES

    AIRY FIGURES

    In a light pink look, model Kaia Gerber walks the show. The hooped dress, complete with feather puffed baby‑doll sleeves makes for an airy figure. This draped bustier, whose flower embroidered veil contrasts with the feather lightness of the underskirt, moves to the rhythm of her footsteps.

    © Jesper Haynes

  • January 23rd, 2018

    FINALE OF THE HAUTE COUTURE SHOW

    Spring‑Summer 2018 Haute Couture collection.

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  • January 23rd, 2018
    HAUTE COUTURE HAT-VEIL

    HAUTE COUTURE HAT-VEIL

    The hat-veils made by Maison Michel and the Lemarié ateliers accessorize the Spring‑Summer 2018 Haute Couture silhouettes.

    © Jesper Haynes

  • January 23rd, 2018
    FLORAL ASSORTMENT

    FLORAL ASSORTMENT

    Ranging in prints, embroideries or lace, flowers are sprinkled throughout the collection. Bouquets of anemones and buttercups, petals of wisteria and carnations are meshed with the traditional camellia, signature flower of the House. Leafy gems, floral laces enhanced with stones, botanical embroideries, and other floral plumetis, adorn dotted‑muslin bustier dresses and evening gowns. Tiered skirts in tulle or feather look as if they are flowers about to bloom. Multicolored petals in watercolor tints are printed on the light flowing skirts.

  • January 23rd, 2018
    THE HAUTE COUTURE SUIT

    THE HAUTE COUTURE SUIT

    Luna Bijl opens the show wearing a pomegranate tweed ensemble. The iconic tailored jacket, lightly trapeze in shape, reveals rounded shoulders. The front of it harbors two discreet pockets in which models can on occasion slip their hands into. These "smiling pockets" illustrate "the new attitude" for Haute Couture as imagined by Karl Lagerfeld. The straight skirt presents slits in curved lines recalling the rounded cuts of the front of the vest. Pearl-brocade and sequined ankle boots complete the look.

    © Jesper Haynes

  • January 23rd, 2018

    BOSQUET

    Echoing 17th Century ponds and groves, the nef of the Grand Palais is transformed into a verdant landscape for the Spring‑Summer 2018 Haute Couture show. An alcove of leafy and wooden plaits surrounds the fountain, elevated at center stage. Beneath the arcade of this junction that are punctuated by the four entrance lodges, the models cross paths. Guests can watch them from the benches on which they sit.

    © Olivier Saillant

  • January 23rd, 2018

    SPRING‑SUMMER
    HAUTE COUTURE SILHOUETTES

    First images of the Spring‑Summer 2018 Haute Couture collection photographed by Karl Lagerfeld.

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  • January 23rd, 2018

    IN KARL LAGERFELD'S STUDIO

    The artistic director of the House has chosen Luna Bijl to introduce the Spring‑Summer 2018 Haute Couture collection.

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    © Olivier Saillant

  • January 22nd, 2018
    A NEW ALLURE OF HAUTE COUTURE

    A NEW ALLURE OF HAUTE COUTURE

    The Spring‑Summer 2018 Haute Couture collection imagined by Karl Lagerfeld will be showcased tomorrow at the Grand Palais in Paris.

  • January 22nd, 2018
    FINISHING TOUCHES

    FINISHING TOUCHES

    Just a few hours before the show, the seamstresses work on the finishing touches of the Spring-Summer 2018 Haute Couture collection within the 31, rue Cambon atelier, Paris.

    © Pari Dukovic

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