Today continue our exhaustive analysis to the Parisian Collections. We already guess trends as the continuation of rocker and college style, the survival of black and white, the success of the crop-tops and sporty style, although we will have to wait and see what triumph street next summer. Meanwhile, let's see how you have captured them designers at Paris Fashion Week.
The designer Sonia Rykiel bet, as we have both seen these days by a sporty style with comfortable clothing loose silhouettes, prints, abstract and rhombuses, soft tones and midi skirts, although they surprised 3 passes with large fur stoles whereas a summer collection. Jean Paul Gaultier was delighted with a heterogeneous collection of inspiration rock (with nods to Madonna or Amy Winehouse) materialised with long leather, asymmetries, Ruffles, fringe, crop-tops and various original prints.
Pop, artistic and above all, very colorful was the proposal of Phoebe Philo for Celine with sports airs (insist: impending trend!) and oversize clothes, which included coats of stamped arty with large lapels. Chloé opted for a very sensual collection of transparencies and lace, light clothing, pronounced cleavages and overlapping layers in green military, white and Navy Blue.
Kenzo was inspired by the sea for the next season (very original for a collection of summer, yes), matching with your color palette and adapting their prints to the theme, such as waves or fish. He combined this with straight garments, crop-shirts and leather, as well as other looks male inspiration with patches and striped black and white. In John Galliano saw explosion of colors combined with black and white clothes with big shoulder pads, necklines deep V, marked waistlines, floral applications, transparencies and miniskirts skater.
Organza dresses contrasted with pants in the collection of Stella McCartney, where also abounded the pattern of crocodile with transparencies, lace and deep necklines in garments of precise cuts. Wonderful and refreshing proposal of Emanuel Ungaro with vibrant colors combined with black, patterns of polka dots and stripes in very feminine clothes with flounces, skirts with large openings, transparencies, leather and mixture of tissues.
At Givenchy, Tisci mixed ethnic and Oriental aires in a collection that just lost his sobriety with some African inspired prints and abundant Metallized fabrics used. A work in muted tones that gave more prominence to tissues, like leather, and the care details and geometric shapes of your garments. In the case of Giambattista Valli also their neat silhouettes took prominence with the Japanese air in floral decorations and clothing style origami, amounting to transparencies and peplum waists marked in soft tones.
In our next - and last - review of Paris I hope Chanel, Elie Saab, Valentino... and eight firms more! Until then, I hope your opinions on these parades :)