I like looking at Haute Couture shows, it makes me dream of wearing a Princess worthy gown. It´s special, a ready-to-wear show has clothes that more or less. depending on your economy and likes, you can wear, but with Couture you can´t. You need to have a glamorous event in order to walk in one of them, but that´s what your imagination is for, right?
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The Russian brand, is always true to it´s origins. Even though it´s a modest collection compared to previous ones, I want to highlight the details and how delicate each gown is.
8OMG! Is this Versace? Yes, I know it has the "sexy" touch in the transparence and cut outs, BUT, it´s delicate! It has soft colours and flower prints, it´s more naive compared to the previous ones. I adore the hair styles, I definitely see this flower crowns in future trends. 10 points!
Not my favourite collection, but I can definitly chose at least three looks, including this embroided ones that are the classic ones we will see on a future red carpect, and as regards the first outfit, it´s quite unusual for the brand to have so many slits but it´s nice to see something different once in a while.
The first collection by Bertrand Guyon for Schiaparelli was quite respectful to the house design, but in my opinion it was better in the sense that it was more wornable. I think in comparison with the previous season, I definitely picture somebody wearing this gowns.
The designers typical boho is well forgotten and replaced by some flower prints, lace, golden evening gowns, crystals. I think it´s a great collection to be a limited edition, and I definitely would like to see more couture, demi-couture actually, by Alberta Ferretti.
Maybe there was too much tulle and feathers, but it´s still feminine, delicate, with some edgy touches in those oversized sunglasses...definitely a good show.
Ralph & Russo
This is the collection you can say it´s totally "haute couture" and included the usual gowns, but also some original looks as the following ones. The one with the cape totally called my attention, it´s quite unique and I see the cape as the next trend, or I hope so.
Season after season Chanel surprises me not on the runway but on the theme. We´ve seen the supermarket, the feminist rights parade, the café, and now it´s time for the Casino. Another highlight was the "bride dress" that was not a dress, it´s a suit! It deserves a standing ovation, It´s the solution to all those complains about not being able to dance... Not to mention that the "classic" tweed jackets and skirts were made with a 3D printer, but that is too much technology for my brain.
Good tayloring and high waisted loose trousers may look masculine but elegant, and the same time some feathers and crystals that make it more appealing for a couture lover.
Beautiful gowns, but my eyes can´t stop staring at the one with the gold fabric on the shoulders. I don´t know about you, but it reminds me of a trumpet (maybe I have a big imagination), beside this, the rest is probably not musical
And again this is couture, long gowns, lace, crystals, doesn´t it seem to be taken from a Disney Princess movie?
Ready-to-wear rather than couture, coats rather than gowns...at least to my eyes.
The fringe and the iridescent colours. It´s a very Armani collection with many elements in 3D that make it interesting. Don´t let the hair styles confuse you, it´s a very feminine and elegant collection.
If you are a rockstar you definitely need to wear this collection. Personally I love it! But it´s not something that everybody will adore and maybe not formal to 100%.
Futuristic vibes everywhere! I like it, I´ve never been a huge fan of Jhon Gallianos work, but this time I like it! Well done!
Viktor & Rolf
What´s that? Am I seeing frames? Like the ones around paintings? Wow! This is creative, yet I doubt that somebody will wear it...
Jean Paul Gaultier
Not my favourite collection, but I maneged to chose some outfits that I do love, a lot! I´m crushing on the two pieces looks, but I don´t like the idea of "working uniforms", but I must say it´s creative.
Clearly not a fashion show, but we can see the outfits with more clarity. All looks are original and quite glamorous.
Valentino from Rome
Front Rows and Street Style
Elena Perminova, Nicky Hilton, unknown by Altamiranyc for NYtimesFashion, Kristina Bazan by Alix de Beer, Naomi Campbell, Ella Catliff, Eketerina Mukhina, Leaf Greener by Altamiranyc for NYtimesFasion, Rosie Huntington-Whitley, Natasha Polly, Helena Bordon and Irina Shayk.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Lupita Nyong'o, Sofie Valkiers, Kristina Bazan, Maryna Kovaltchuck, Olivia Palermo, Daria Shapovalova by Andry Hardy, Helena Bordon, Jessica Alba, Elena Perminova, Elena Perminova (again), Anya Ziourova, Olivia Palermo x 2 and Chiara Ferragni.
Mislova Duma, unkown by altamiranyc, unkown by inhoko, unkown by motherofmode, Petra Nemcova by altamiranyc, Chiara Ferragni, Nicole Warne, Thassia Naves, Kristina Bazan, Thassia Naces, Ella Catliff and Elena Perminova.
Sintongyao, Anna Dello Russo, Petra Nemcova, Sofia Sanchez Barrenchea "Cuffy" and Alexandre de Betak, Olivia Palermo and Johannes Huebl, Ella Catliff, Mislova Duma, Tamu McPherson, Bianca Brandolini d'Adda and Gwyneth Patrow.