• 25 de enero de 2017

    LOS INVITADOS

    Desfile Alta Costura Primavera-Verano 2017 en el Grand Palais.

    Fotos por Anne Combaz, Lily Rose Depp por Vittorio Zunino Celotto

  • 25 de enero de 2017
    BORDADOS DE PLUMAS

    BORDADOS DE PLUMAS

    Colección Alta Costura Primavera-Verano 2017

    © Alix Marnat

  • 25 de enero de 2017
    SPRING-SUMMER 2017 HAUTE COUTURE

    SPRING-SUMMER 2017 HAUTE COUTURE

    The Art Deco ambiance of 31 rue Cambon and the play of light on the shards of mirror decorating the walls of the famous staircase designed by Gabrielle Chanel inspired the set for the Haute Couture Spring‑Summer 2017 catwalk show, held in the main hall of Paris's Grand Palais.

    A huge cylinder ornamented with a myriad of mirrors takes center stage. The floor is entirely hidden by smoked glass mirrors imitating Chanel's signature quilted effect, the air scented by great sheafs of arum lilies. This magnificent hall of mirrors formed the perfect backdrop for some seventy of Karl Lagerfeld's designs.

    The collection's guiding thread was a palette of delicate hues brightened by metallic notes in an impeccably designed silhouette, creating a Haute Couture spirit which owes its elegance to its absolute minimalism. Pastel tones of beige, pink, yellow, green and blue, together with grays and whites, are combined with touches of silver, sequins, and shimmering colors for a fresh look. The silhouette is very feminine, with a belt slighlty higher than the waiste, structured shoulders, and a focus on the hips. The suits follow the same line, some belted, others draped at the waist with a tulip skirt, softened with a lavaliere to create the trompe-l'oeil effect of a coat dress. Under shimmering tweed coats, pleated skirts and dresses in pales shades form a striking contrast.

    The season's evening wear is sumptuous, with sheaths and full-bodied dresses, tulle stoles; bustiers, and long skirts in precious, light-as-air fabrics that bring an touch of gaiety. Radzimir, duchesse satin, organza, taffetas, flocked and laminated lace, tulle, jacquard, and georgette are ornamented with precious embroidery and a feather trim. Waists are again cinched in, gracefully underlining the flow or volume of each garment, heightening the sensation of airy gaiety magnified by touches of silver, sheets of acetate, glittering sequins, and mirror embroidery.

    The models wore their hair slicked down in a contemporary twist on boyishly short cuts, some with a flattened boater tilted backwards. All walked down the catwalk in silver leather stilettos or precious embroidered thigh boots.

    Françoise-Claire Prodhon

    © Olivier Saillant

  • 25 de enero de 2017
    INTERVIEW WITH KARL LAGERFELD

    INTERVIEW WITH KARL LAGERFELD

    By Susannah Frankel

  • 25 de enero de 2017
    QUILTED SATIN

    QUILTED SATIN

    Spring-Summer 2017 Haute Couture collection

    © Alix Marnat

  • 24 de enero de 2017
    FLATTENED BOATER

    FLATTENED BOATER

    Shoulder structured jackets completed with tilted backward flattened boater from the Spring‑Summer 2017 Haute Couture.

    © Vittorio Zunino Celotto

  • 24 de enero de 2017
    EVENING SILHOUETTES

    EVENING SILHOUETTES

    Mirrored embroideries with feathers looks at the Haute Couture show in the Grand Palais.

    © Vittorio Zunino Celotto

  • 24 de enero de 2017

    BACKSTAGE

    Spring-Summer 2017 Haute Couture collection.

    © Vittorio Zunino Celotto

  • 24 de enero de 2017
    SHOW FINALE

    SHOW FINALE

    Spring-Summer 2017 Haute Couture collection.

    © Lucile Perron

  • 24 de enero de 2017
    FIRST LOOK

    FIRST LOOK

    A minute before the start of the Spring-Summer 2017 Haute Couture show.

    © Vittorio Zunino Celotto

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