Hello! As you may know, high fashion took to the runways this week in Paris, the Carrousel du Louvre became the host of the Spring Summer 2013 Haute Couture Fashion Week. The collections have been at the same time, masculine, yet feminine; somber, yet bright; geometric, yet soft; indisputably modern, yet unquestionably inspired by generations of the past. It didn't disappoint the guests.
I'm going to show you the highlights and my favourite design of each show.
As if it was the court of Marie Antoinette, Alexis Mabille's spring-summer 2013 Haute Couture collection is pure rococo extravagance.
To the Arab luxuriant gardens, full of toasted colors and spicy smells is where the Armani Privé collection has led us.
Versace was in charge of opening the Haute Couture Week. Inside a palatial and recharged atmosphere - what Versace loves - the fashion show gave gold and opulent accents.
Chanel's latest collection is a mix of 60's silhouettes and classic touches from the Belle Epoque.
Alice in Wonderland. That's where Raf Simons made us travel to with his Haute Couture collection.
Couldn't choose between these two!
Delicacy and femininity is something always present in Elie Saab designs. Something that could not miss in the Haute Couture Week.
In black and white. Defined silhouettes. Waists 50's style. Giambattista Valli surrenders to the darkest simplicity.
Jean Paul Gaultier
Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture fashion show was based on dresses that contain hidden details of each part of the world.
Valentino's fashion show was evocative and spring to the utmost.