The Show Sonia Rykiel
The sixth day of fashion Week in Paris coming to an end and ends with the shows spring-summer collections from brands Hermes and Sonia Rykiel.
The show was held at the Longchamp Racecourse (and Dior) and the mood was set it is a resort — mirrored wall, reflecting the cloudless sky over Paris, recalled the water surface, and the models were definitevely the runway strewn with white sand. The collection was designed in soft tan tones with rare colour orange, sky blue and bright red, and feminine silhouettes were combined with outfits inspired by the practicality of the Safari style.
The Central theme of the collections of the brand, of course, is knit — this material is made famous by the founder of the fashion House Sonia Rykiel. By the way, the show was held on the street named in honor of the deceased in the year before the designer. For the new season, Julie de Libran, who heads the brand now has issued a new variation on the classic silhouettes of the Sonia Rykiel collection is distinguished by soft lines and a fit that hugs the figure, but does not restrict movement. Is in the collection and what we’ve seen from other designers: all types of weaving, perforation, macramé, fringes, thin belt-ropes — all these details seem to be accurately claim to be the main trends for the next season.
Julie de Libran