Paris Fashion Week now presents its couture show with numerous prominent designers delight the runway. This season’s Spring 2016 couture shows is as fascinating as it gets. From contemporary cuts to classic designs, sheer elegance to edgy cut-outs, designers and brands proudly present their latest couture collection to public.
Like yesterday, although Dior show went without an artistic director appointed to helm of the house, Simons’ short-lived but powerful blueprint for Dior lived on in the collection. Chanel show went down with Karl Lagerfeld declared that “Fashion is part of the events of our times”, and the collection was an eco-conscious serenity presented at the Grand Palais. Armani Privé went for zero drama, yet the effect won out the best. They showcased a semitransparent shorts and flounce-cuffed trousers, a range of camisoles and bustiers in experimental shapes, also a couple of zip-front jackets, all in the same palette. Another couture prominent wasGiambattista Valli with his flower inspired collection. The fluer came in many form such as sparkle and sequin that were played in favor of embroideries and appliqués. The last is Atelier Versace, the collection was a full-on display of cut-out, plunge, curve, slash, and skin display. Well, if there’s one house that owns the idea of a glorification of every curve on a woman’s body through clothing, it’s definitely Versace. And below we’ve gathered some of the best looks from Paris Couture Fashion Week : Spring 2016.
Images via Vogue