For this week of Parisian Haute Couture fashion, great names followed one another to reveal their new collections. After Schiaparelli, Chanel or Gaultier, Luxus plus wanted to highlight three lesser known but very talented designers. Discover their latest looks.
Julien Fournié: the Roaring Twenties in the spotlight
The designer with the two-tone beard has just unveiled his latest Haute Couture collection. He was inspired by the Roaring Twenties to design these new models, light and airy. This season, the French designer chose to highlight the ancestral know-how of Indian embroiderers. Embellishments, made of embroidered sequins, thus sublimate the many dresses and the few suits and overalls paraded on the catwalk.
Between sophistication and bohemian chic, this new collection oscillates between ages and trends. The designer associates for example a blazer with a long dress. A Renaissance style dress, inspired by marquise, then plunges us into the past. The accessories -bands and accumulations of necklaces- recall the 20s. The little surprise of the show? A set of sequined underwear, as chic as worked. This does not prevent the designer from declaring that the whole of his collection was worn without underwear, to give freedom to the woman.
For the final model of the Haute-Couture fashion shows, Julien Fournié created a wedding dress in immaculate white, with a train and extravagant volumes.
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