Best looks from Paris fashion week
Paris is considered to be the capital of the fashion industry. Trends are set in this city, and each year millions of people follow the fashion week that sets new movements in the world of fashion and beauty. The biggest names in this industry are featured during this week, and here we are going to look at some of the biggest luxury names, and what they had to offer.
One of the biggest labels, Alexander McQueen, is traditionally featured in every lux fashion happening, and historically, this brand has never missed the spotlight in Paris. The founder and the creative director of this line are from London, and the spring 2021 collection is bold, trendy, and elegant. It features pieces that are going to dominate the fashion trends, and for this line, the label’s creative designer, Sarah Burton, stated:
“Shape, silhouette and volume, the beauty of the bare bones of clothing stripped back to its essence—a world charged with emotion and human connection.”
Another huge name in the lux fashion, Saint Laurent is a brand that never misses surprising. The pieces radiate style, class, and superior greatness. The creative director wanted to envision the desert through his collection and created chic pieces and modern, new looks. The line resulted in separates inspired by menswear, mini and languid sheer dresses.
For the collection, Anthony Vaccarello explained:
“I wanted to focus on the essence of things, I think it’s a sign of the times. But I didn’t want anything bleak or heavy. The desert, to me, symbolizes that yearn for serenity, open space, a slower rhythm. The clothes are also softer, the spirit of the collection is more gentle, stripped back.”
Lacoste is the lux name brand for all those who want to follow the sportswear trends. Tennis has been a part of this label for more than 50 years, and this year, the brand’s creative director, Louise Trotter, translated her vision into the collection featured in Paris.
In this presentation, items like sleek jogging trousers, accompanied by elegant tennis sweaters were featured. It was described as a fresh look combined with the everlasting touch of the brand. The collection shows overstated prints and silhouettes and the main photoshoot was taken in locations all over Paris.
Another label that the fashion world follows, as Louis Vuitton sets trends every season. The Fall collection featured a powerful genderless culture, and for this season, Nicolas Ghesquière, the creative director opted to go with a combination between sci-fi shapes and the recognizable 80s look. The line is made to represent all genders, and it dissolves the lines between masculine and feminine. The shapes are chic, genderless, and they obstruct the traditional.
The collection highlights blazers, chino pants, and wide-leg trousers. Belts were in the spotlight and they were effortlessly paired with dresses accentuated with graphic prints. The motto of the line is “You do you” and it promotes personal style without boundaries.
This year, Miu Miu presented its line on a stadium set provided by AMO, and the idea behind it was to show that both sporting events and fashion shows are “an arena for observation”. Even though this show is digital, the audience was able to be a part of the experience. It featured 3 digital lounges and the screens displayed models that tuned in from all around the globe.
The mix of fashion and sport continued to be highlighted on the runway, and some of the pieces combined eveningwear and jerseys, sports shorts, and dress coats, along with mini skirts mixed with rugby stripes. Miu Miu is a brand that is not afraid to defile the safe and the known, and every season they promote new pieces that leave the audience in awe.
Other brands that were featured in Paris Fashion Week included, Chanel, Rokh, Giambattista Valli, and Akris, and they all left their mark, added a unique touch to the experience, and set trends that we are eager to follow.