Sat. Feb 16th, 2019

Way More Misses Than Hits at Paris Spring 2019 Haute Couture

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The style gods above have been trying down on the trade’s elite as they flocked to Paris this week to view all of the high fashion creations, and threw down a blanket of snow, which turned the French capital right into a winter wonderland. Yet not even a blizzard may’ve dampened everybody’s spirits as they dashed between the Grand Palais and the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, flashing their invitations to attend the likes of Chanel and Valentino.

Karl Lagerfeld (though absent from the present as a result of feeling unwell) instructed fashions to parade Chanel‘s 18th century-inspired assortment across the lush gardens of #VillaChanel, whereas Pier Paolo Piccioli paid homage to African magnificence together with his magnificent and awe-inspiring forged of fashions for Valentino (no marvel it introduced Celine Dion to tears). Alexandre Vauthier is a person who is aware of his clientele and is eternally making us need to leap in a time machine again to the 80s (decked out in his newest wares, in fact) and Viktor & Rolf‘s concept of blending “sweetness and vulgarity” paid off huge time.

All of this brilliance, nonetheless, was in between Maria Grazia Chiuri producing one more questionable providing at Christian Dior (significantly, when is she resigning?). Clare Waight Keller remains to be arguably unable to get the knack of couture within the Givenchy ateliers and Balmain’s extremely anticipated return to the couture calendar (after a 16-year hiatus) finally bombed, because of Olivier Rousteing.

Over the previous couple of days, our unfiltered and no-holds-barred discussion board members have been deliberating every present. Here are theFashionSpot’s hits and (many) misses of the Spring 2019 high fashion season. See you in New York for the Fall 2019 reveals…keep tuned!

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