Before starting the holidays, celebrities do not want to miss the most spectacular creations in fashion. It is the Haute Couture of Paris and very few have the privilege of occupying the front row of these impressive parades. Olivia Palermo, Celine Dion, Natalie Portman ... this has been the day in the Parisian front row.
Yesterday the Haute Couture Fashion Week celebrated in Paris ended, leaving delicate, worked and spectacular collections where firms such as Valentino, Chanel or Schiaparelli overshadowed Dior's latest proposal under the orders of Maria Grazia Chiuri. Here is a summary of the whole day in case you could not follow it closely in the form of 13 images.
The magic exists and is in the parade of Valentino Haute Couture Fall 2019, between sequins, fat wool fringes and fantasy
Paris Haute Couture Week closed last night in style, with Pierpaolo Piccioli presenting Valentino's Fall 2019 collection. The parade did not go unnoticed by anyone. The hypersaturated colors, hyperbolic volumes and designs full of embellishment, worked details and feathers were responsible for captivating all eyes.
Kaia Gerber and Marion Cotillard become the protagonists in this party of the Fashion Week of Haute Couture in Paris
The city of Paris is the center of all eyes and its Fashion Week of Haute Couture is responsible. The streets of the French capital are filled with fashion prescribers making the best of themselves (and their closets) and when the sun goes down the city dresses up. Last night the Vogue Foundation party was celebrated and dozens of familiar faces came over there to see and be seen.
Feathers on feathers in tribute to a hat that Audrey Hepburn wore, crowned with a pompom and feathers on it. Femininity has returned to Givenchy with a wonderful Haute Couture collection. Of those that make us dream. The excess of Kaia Gerber's green and black dress is sophisticated and it is a delight to see him move along the catwalk.
Céline Dion has become the undisputed star of the fashion shows of the Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris with outfits worthy of a red carpet. The singer has occupied the front row of the front row and has swept again with a lookazo print in the parade of her friend Alexandre Vauthier.
This is the dress of infinite movement that has surprised in the parade of Iris Van Herpen thanks to technological innovation
Anthony Howe's moving sculptures are totally hypnotic when you look at them. And the art of the 21st century, where technology meets the conceptual, has left everyone with their mouths open at the Iris Van Herpen Couture parade. The Dutch has joined in its designs laser cutting, 3D printing and the Japanese technique of suminagashi tinting to create an infinite movement dresses.
Karl Lagerfeld is missed, but not the spectacular assemblies that Chanel walkways usually turn into. This time Virginie Viard has taken us to a library to present the first Haute Couture collection without Karl Lagerfeld. The garments of the Fall-Winter 2019/2020 season of Chanel have been infected with the intellectuality of the books that surrounded them.
Olivia Palermo, Chiara Ferragni, Priyanka Chopra and many more star in the "front row" of the Dior Couture parade
Paris dresses in glamor to receive the Fashion Week of Haute Couture in Paris, one of the most anticipated. The Dior parade has been loaded with celebrities, and nobody has wanted to miss the Fall-Winter 2019-2020 collection. The front row has been full of it girls, actresses and models, a first row led by Olivia Palermo, Chiara Ferragni or Priyanka Chopra among others.
Virginie Viard's first solo collection has opted for the type of items that become super sales: the earrings with the double C, the forks with the Chanel logo, the bracelets, the cuquis bags, because the designer knows that in The fashion world is worth what your latest collection sells.
The front-row of Miu Miu is accompanied by Olivia Palermo, Poppy Delevingne and dozens of familiar faces more
Yesterday the time of the Fashion Weeks was closed with the last day held in Paris where the big firms presented their Fall-Winter 2019/2020 collections, and Miu Miu was one of the protagonists. No one in the world of fashion, the star system and the show wanted to miss the event and its front-row was filled with familiar faces.
We are already in the final stretch of the Fashion Weeks, but there is always room for dessert. Especially if this last dish comes from the hands of Chanel, Miu Miu, Lacoste and Louis Vuitton, who always give a show worth admiring. Today was a bittersweet day for fashion, because it was the last parade created by Karl Lagerfeld before he died.
The last parade of Karl Lagerfeld has been at the Grand Palais in Paris. As usual. Although it could have been perfectly an Austrian Alps villa where the designer was born, because the Chanel team has maintained the level when it comes to setting up dreamlike scenarios. Mountains and trees full of snow, winter chalets, trees, skis of the firm and a snowy paradise have been chosen to say goodbye to the iconic designer, with a minute of silence before starting the fashion show.
The best of the sixth day of the Paris Fashion Week: Hermès, Elie Saab, Altuzarra and Vivienne Westwood
The Fashion Weeks are about to come to an end and yesterday, the sixth day of Paris, the French city dressed in luxury to host the parades of Hermès, Elie Saab, Altuzarra and Vivienne Westwood. Detaching an exquisite savoir faire - as it could not be otherwise -, these firms made the best of themselves in their collections for the next Fall-Winter 2019/2020.
The best and worst of the eighth day of Paris Fashion Week: Stella McCartney, Giambattista Valli, Sacai and Alexander McQueen
The big names of fashion continue to work at full pace to offer us the trends of next fall-winter 2019/2020. And apparently at the Paris Fashion Week, it is clear that the shoulder pads come back, that divine sustainable fashion can be made and that Paris always leaves the best for last.
We continue with the Paris fashion week and the presentation of the new collections for the next autumn / winter 2019-20 of the firms. The fourth day stars: Chloe, Paco Rabanne, Off-White and Isabel Marant. Seventies, eighties, animal print in sequins and dresses are slippers: this is the highlight of their proposals.
The fifth day of Paris Fashion Week continues to leave us with great parades and impressive creations for the Fall-Winter 2019/2010 season. The fifth day has been marked by the proposals of Loewe, Balmain, Nina Ricci, Andrew Gn and Celine. Looks that range from the most romantic to the most transgressive.
Paris Fashion Week continues to progress and with it the parades of houses as important as Valentino or Givenchy. Collections full of wonderful garments that will become an absolute trend in the coming months. Colors are also important, since we find very vibrant tones in almost all proposals, even for winter.
We continue with the Paris Fashion Week, where celebrities, influencers and designers are leaving us the best stories of all Instagram. It is not for less, with the parades of Dior and Saint Laurent so impressive that we lived yesterday. But new day, new collection. Because today is a very complete day with Lanvin, Mugler, Maison Margiela, Dries Van Noten and Rochas.
The new feminist t-shirts from Dior and the neon and the Kaia Gerber hat in Saint Laurent: the best of the second day of PFW
The fashion calendar does not stop. Now it's Paris's turn. And, with him, to large firms in the sector such as Dior and Saint Laurent that present their novelties for next fall / winter 2019-20. We extract the best trends from the catwalk. Christian Dior After his famous feminist shirts, Dior continues with his particular manifesto in the hands of his designer Maria Grazia Chiuri.
Fashion Weeks come to an end and the last stop takes us to the city of Paris. With a very quiet first day, Jacquemus becomes the total protagonist after presenting her new Autumn-Winter 2019/20120 collection called “La Collectionneuse”. How could it be otherwise, the Frenchman has fallen in love with his feminine proposals, perfect for streetwear where vivid colors have attracted attention.