7.10.2016

PARIS COUTURE FALL / WINTER 2016, BEST HIGH FASHION TRENDS…

Paris Haute Couture weeks are without any doubt the most spectacular weeks of the year in terms of high, really high fashion! The greatest levels of craftsmanship, luxury (when it comes to fabrics and materials used), and hours of insanely thorough and delicate men work may define these marvelous days to enjoy twice a year. Everything that is seen in these runways may change the course of future fashion trends… Pure excellence!
 
Here some of the most wonderful trends for the upcoming Fall /Winter 2016 season…
 
HUGE RUFFLES
 
Exquisite huge ruffles on necklines, sleeves, hems, trims; in strategic areas or all over the body injected spectacular drama to a long list of superb collections. (Alexis Mabille, Stephane Rolland, Versace Atelier)
DRESSES OVER PANTS
 
The dress & pants duo was one of the most popular choices among the designers to recreate their otherworldly fantasies. (Rami Al Ali, Julien Fournie, Versace)
BARE SHOULDERS
 
It is not that we have not seen them enough, yes we have; but apparently bare shoulders will remain a top option when it comes to show off our supreme feminine panache.(Maison Margiela, Valentino, J. Mendel)
MERMAID SILHOUETTE
 
Following tradition, there is no way curve-hugging, hour-glass perfect designs do not have their say when couture action is on. Mermaids’ silhouettes are a must! (Tony Ward, Stephane Rolland, Ralph & Russo)
REVEALING TRANSPARENCIES
 
Gorgeous transparencies were achieved through sublime techniques on silks, tulles, laces and embroideries; resulting on the most exquisite insinuation of nudity. (Alexandre Vauthier, Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad)
SOPHISTICATED ASSYMETRY
 
Marvelous sophisticated, asymmetric designs added their oh-so-special ‘je ne sais quoi’ through impeccable, playful and ultra-savvy draping, seams, patterns, cuts and cut-outs. (Versace Atelier, Giorgio Armani Prive, Yanina Couture)
EXOMIS FEVER
 
‘Exomis’ taken from the beautiful and eternal Greek fashion (meaning the one-shoulder tunics); were totally present in almost every show; where timeless sophistication and elegance became the common factor. (Elie Saab, Giambattista Valli, Jean Paul Gaultier)
THE REINVENTED TUX
 
Fabulous and more risky ensembles; with lovely masculine detailing on dresses, pants and jackets reminded us that the tuxedo will never stop being wonderfully reinvented. (George Chakra, Chanel, Julien Fournie)
LONG CAPES
 
Magnificent long capes over long dresses, jumpsuits or separates; cape-like dresses, tops and coats; that seemed to be taken out from a fairytale were among the most charming pieces seen during these days. (Tony Ward, Ralph & Russo, Zuhair Murad)
THE HIGH SLIT
 
100% sexiness and sensuality perfectly melted into gorgeous high slits that elegantly revealed beautiful, silky, bare skin. Uffff...(Elie Saab, Ralph & Russo, Giambattista Valli)
 
HIGH LOW HEMS
 
Hi-low hems, also known as the mullet dress; with or without volume; became a key part of the essence of numerous of these couture shows. (Yanina Couture, Dior, Rami Al Ali)
3D FLOWERS
 
There were breathtaking 3D flowers of all sizes, colors and fabrics decorating spectacular dresses, tops, capes and coats. They recreated absolutely stunning, dreamy ambiances; somehow an invitation to join in the magical sub-world of couture. (Elie Saab, George Chakra, Ralph & Russo)
BARROQUE AIRS
 
Sumptuous dresses in ultra-luxurious rich fabrics; high fan-like necklines, intense colors, opulent embroideries, extravagant structured silhouettes, full volume, lavish ruffles and ornaments added beautiful doses of Baroque drama to the air. Beyond perfect! (Valentino, Jean Paul Gaultier, Julien Fournie)
 
LIFE IS A RUNWAY!
Gaby

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