By Pranshuta Arora (Team CB)
Dramatic shapes, intricate tailoring and 1930s silhouettes dominated the runway for spring at the Couture Fashion Week. Dreamy couture, bold colours, iconic supermodels and what not! It was all an elaborate affair.
As soon as you see a beautiful princess like silhouette you would know it’s none other than Elie Saab’s creation. There were a number of designer’s trademark embellished showstoppers along with 80s inspired taffeta dresses and chic one shoulder gowns. There was something for each one of the best actress nominees to flaunt to Oscars happening the next month.
The success of Valentino’s show became quite evident when one of the most famous women, Celine Dion sitting in the front row had a tear in her eye.
You also need to know that she was not the only one who was crying. He completely blew off the fashion community with his fairy-tale creations which looked magical.
Intricate embroidery, sugary colours and tiered gown were very well received by the audience.
Viktor & Rolf
Viktor & Rolf’s collection took cue from Instagram slogans and captions. The tulle gowns wore captions like “I am my own muse”, “No photos please”, etc.
The collection was totally worth being shared on Instagram and it actually happened too and that too in a huge way.
Alexandre Vauthier, red carpet’s favourite brought the most commonly used glamorous appeal to couture with printed, sequin embellished gowns along with some beautifully tailored couture.
The brand which is loved by most popular stars like Bella Hadid, Rihanna and the like would definitely be spotted on Oscars red carpet happening next month.
Giorgio Armani Privé
Inspired by Jazz age, Armani’s latest collection was full of fringing galore, flapper hats and Art Deco.
Vibrant shades of blue, purple and reds carried bold prints like
It was quite a fun collection as opposed to the always oh so elegant Armani couture.
Chanel took the audience to a summery; sun filled 18th century Villa Chanel with palm trees and blue clear skies.
The show setting completely complemented the collection. The models flaunted Marie Antoinette inspired gowns, sequins, feathers and labyrinthine embroidered creations.
For the finale, a bride wore an embellished swimsuit with a matching swim cap on the veil. Lagerfeld won the whole Instagram game like a boss yet again.