Paris is the capital of Design, and right now it’s Fashion Design Week turn. Paris Fashion Week is one of the biggest events of the Fashion industry, where the best designers of the world expose the most exquisite and eccentric looks, right on the runway. Paris Design Agenda lets you discover the inspirations and trends behind these famous designers, for the collection of Autumn/Winter of 2019/2020.
In this autumn/winter collection, Mugler was inspiring in the shape of the ensembles, with large and irregular shapes that gave the feeling of oversized outfits. Also expressing an 80’s vibe, it was clear that the retro and unsual colors were a major part of the stunning collection.
2. Saint Laurent
Saint Laurent is one of the most iconic brands of Fashion Couture. The runway was embellished with dark and retro ensembles, styled with large shades, 80’s style runway outfits, almost with a grunge touch to it, but still classic and sophisticated.
For this Fall/Winter collection, Maison Margiela went hard on the classics, something that never disappoints throughout the years. Strong and oversized tailored coats were the main element of this year’s runway, along with dark colors that perfectly unveil the autumn.
At this year’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 Collection, Dior’s designer, Maria Grazia Chiuri, made the purpose to celebrate and honor feminism and sisterhood. It’s an outrageous collection that clearly uses the youth underground style of the 1950’s in the United Kingdom. As you can see, there’s grunge touch to it, with the shapes of all the looks, the typically british patterns and the excess of the color black.
Bruno Sialelli, new creative director of Lanvin had his runway debut at this year’s Paris Fashion Week, with the Fall/Winter 2019/2020 collection. Lanvin mesmerized with very sophisticated details such as tailored suiting, sheer floral dresses, mismatched prints. Bright colors and knitwear were the stars during this runway, contrary to the trends normally induced by autumn season.