Paris Fashion Week is now in full swing as the final leg of global fashion month. This signals a new direction and a rising tide.
Saint Laurent was particularly confident and delivered upbeat newness with Anthony Vaccarello. He had allegedly spent months perfecting the new shoulder shapes he suggested in the tailoring jackets and jackets for SS22.
Body confident at Saint Laurent
Vaccarello has made the blazer and catsuit more modern by cutting out the exaggerated and over-exaggerated. A double-breasted wool checked jacket with perfectly proportioned buttons was worn in a combination of a simple wool check legging and balancing the feminine and masculine. Because the details are important, I mentioned the buttons. The button was cropped to a smaller length and paired with a black cigarette pants. Monochromatic chic may be timeless, but it is so current.
To be worn to the reopening and sexiness of dressing, tight catsuits with double- or triple knitted bandeaux tops are a must. It celebrates fashion and individuality at their best, despite all the glamour, embellishment, and skin. This is not about dressing up, but about liberating the hibernating (well-dressed!) beasts and looking forward.
Marine Serre’s white crocheted catsuit had hosiery details on the sleeves and legs. The house’s moon emblem was embroidered. White was a color that signified optimism, anticipation and maybe anticipation for the next season.
Dior’s future looks bright. The brand uses shades of high pink and emerald as well as purple, red, and white to create sporty separates that are inspired by boxing. Although the oversize silk shorts were stylistically difficult, they worked well with the bomber jackets and outerwear. A bright red column gown with a large bow in bright red brought out the best of elegance and positivism for evening. Fashion is no longer a place to hide behind the scenes. It’s a platform to celebrate and show off the best side of yourself.