The second day of fashion Week in Paris has pleased the audience with two shows from the iconic French brands. Day bloggers and editors hurried to the Musee Rodin, where Dior held fashion shows, and in the evening in the Trocadero all waited at the presentation of the autumn-winter collection of Saint Laurent.
He looked at her and celebrities, including Salma Hayek, Lindsay Lohan, Kate moss, Laetitia Casta, Catherine Deneuve and others, and appeared on the podium Kaia Gerber.
Anthony Vaccarello was fond of the eighties, but not enough to forget about their true purpose — the microscopic tailoring of dresses with huge bows (on the shorts too, frankly, the designer fabrics are always running), moving from collection to collection as the banner of the sexual revolution. With sheer tops and leopard boa it is still flying on the battlefield of feminism with the objectification that goes on all fashion fronts.
If yesterday, Jammu checked on the audience the effect of latent sexuality, sprjatany over the tightly buttoned coat, Vaccarello strikes again swinging open jackets on the naked body and the sliding chest models dresses combinations. Provocative aesthetics in this case, again adjoins to androgyny.
Like many other designers who have received at the hands of the brands with history, Vaccarello not forget in each collection to mention iconic style — in this case a Tux. On the podium were presented both classical and “cut” options in the form of dresses, jackets, one of which was demonstrated on the catwalk Kaia Gerber.
From accessories like hats and pendants with a hint of the all-seeing eye symbol (triangles, by the way, are viewed in certain dresses), “swimming” cap. Not without special effects — a collection to surprise the audience now little need to offer something that you can post it to Instagram. Vaccarello, staged a neon show — the usually restrained palette in literally sparkle with new colors.
Guests of the show
Kate mossLaetitia Castafelicity Jones and Laetitia Castafelicity JonesCatherine Deneuve, Charlotte CasiraghiMatt Dillon