The haute couture week in Paris has come to an end, and we are ready to tell you about the main trends that all lovers of going out should pay attention to. Let’s share how fashionistas will dress for evening events in the spring-summer 2020 season with the suggestion of Pierpaolo Piccioli, Maria Grazia Chiuri, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Virginie Viard and other designers.
During Jean Paul Gaultier’s latest couture runway, one of the leitmotifs was nude burlesque underwear. Corsets made of satin in English rose color, lacing, trim in the form of pale pink wide belts – the great French designer added all the most effective to the collection.
Jean Paul Gaultier Couture spring-summer 2020
For the Armani Privé Spring / Summer 2020 collection, Giorgio Armani was inspired by the patterns of the ikat fabric, which became popular in the 1960s for its ethnic motives. The designer transferred the patterns to silk and satin, so evening dresses at the show looked especially textured.
Armani Privé spring-summer 2020
In the couture collection of Maria Grazia Chiuri for Christian Dior, one of the main motifs is the metallic fringe made of silk threads, shimmering with a delicate sheen. She created a special golden halo around the models, which made them look like real goddesses.
Christian Dior Couture Spring-Summer 2020
For the spring-summer Maison Margiela couture show, John Galliano created a loose-fitting coat with large perforations that can replace an evening dress if desired. The sophisticated fabric processing technique turns Galliano’s clothes into a real work of art.
Maison Margiela Couture Spring-Summer 2020
During the Valentino Couture Spring-Summer 2020 runway, Irina Shayk took to the catwalk in a dramatic snow-white cloak with images of red goldfish. Throughout the collection, one could feel the tremendous influence that the show of the Beijing Fashion House held in November 2019 had on the designer.
Valentino Couture spring-summer 2020
Karl Lagerfeld’s successor, Virginie Viard, showed a rather restrained Chanel couture collection at the Paris Grand Palais. Models stalked the catwalk in tailored gray tweed suits, crisp white tights and black loafers with white socks that conjured up a luxurious school uniform.