The fashion week of Paris began on February 25 and will end on March 5. The Capital of Haute Couture is always divided between tradition and innovation. Who opened the parades was Rok Hwang, winner of the LVMH award.
For those who do not know, Rok Hwang, has worked on Celine, Chloé and Louis Vuitton in the care of Phoebe Philo. He was born in South Korea and studied at the “Womenswear MA by Louise Wilson at Central Saint Martins‘ in 2016 inaugurated his Rokh brand in London.
Check out some of his looks at PFW:
Hwang used a lot of chess, neon and animal print.
Jacquemus, although still young in the fashion world, is certainly one of my favorite brands and every week of fashion increases its prominence in Paris Fashion Week.
For its parade, made use of the idea of trompe l’oeil, the scene was the center of a French city, created with panels. He wore androgynous boots made of leather, belts and chaps. Maxi bags, maxi earrings and neon continued from their past collections.
The Céline parade created by Heidi Slimare had a redemption of the brand, because, since Slimare assumed his position there were many critics of the fans of the mark, by the great change of style of the clothes.
Still looking for a middle ground between Céline’s old design and his own Rock Roll style, Slimare has created a not-so-exciting collection but with some wonderful pieces. The high-top boot caught the eye. Some elements used by other designers such as animal print, plaid, and gold coats were also purchased by the designer.
Saint Laurent presented its parade in the midst of a series of lights and mirrors that made the catwalk turn into an 80’s dance floor.
Scenery well suited the clothes that sought the essence of the 80’s, with broad shoulders and small skirts. In addition to women’s pants, since the brand has a historical role involving this. Lots of tailoring, lace, high waist and Chealsea boots.
Check out the Jacquemus parade in full:
The fashion week is not over yet and everyone is looking forward to the Chanel fashion show, the latest collection in which the late Karl Lagerfeld has worked. Keep an eye on the blog because you will have a special post on this parade!
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