Top 5 magnificent collections from Paris Haute Couture Fall 2020
There are the top 5 collections from Paris Haute Couture Fall 2020:
Feathers, embroidery with sequins and fringe adorn the coats, dresses, and hats with ethnic motifs. Shiny gloves were another significant accessory that Pierpaolo Piccioli combined with dresses and coats. The dresses were decorated with bows and draperies, pleating and applications.
Givenchy Autumn-Winter Collection 2019/2020 has a name “Radical nobility”. The designer Claire Waite Keller showed the collection in the Museum of Decorative Arts. Feathers, rhinestones, glass beads, and floral ornaments were the main details of the collection. In addition to black, Claire chose mint, gray and pink colors in beautiful satin and velvet fabrics.
Dior show was held at the Avenue Montaigne in Paris. Maria Grazia Curie presented the collection that could be called monochrome, despite the beauty and luxury details. Decor in the form of feathers, sequins, laces, and the main element — a veil that covered the faces of the models.
The fashion show was presented at the Parisian Petit Palais. The leitmotif of the collection and the Armani Code was the “folk” style from the late eighties and early nineties of the last century. The decoration was velvet details, flowing iridescent materials, delicate mesh, feathers, crystals, and hand embroidery.
Daniel Roseberry and his debut couture collection for Schiaparelli house opened the Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week this season. The show was a kind of a theatrical scene from the life of the designer. The collection looked more commercial — you can even call it everyday couture: cycling leggings, military trench coats, elongated jackets for all occasions, and fantastically beautiful evening dresses with embroidery, contrasting sleeves, and intricate designs. The most spectacular moment was the appearance of a model in a lush green silk dress, covered with embroidered flowers, — a real Edem garden.