We blink and what: another Fashion Week around the world. The one that happened now was again in France, but this time it was the version Paris Fashion Week Fall 2020 Ready to wear. In these parades the inspirations are much more palpable, although sometimes very daring, there are many looks that are easy, easy to see on the street – and very elegant!
Most of the looks are black, which makes shooting ahead in the item loved it! There are many contradictions about how we are accustomed to wearing clothes: both for less sinuous cuts, for clothes without gender and very classic clothes with new proposals. Here is a very complete list of the parade highlights.
Balenciaga and the looks immersed in Paris Fashion Week
Deman Gvasalia, the creative director of Balenciaga, is known for making sociopolitical criticisms in the parades. This time, he decided to talk about the climate changes that have happened in the world. This meant that the guests, who always sit in the first row, had to sit from the third row, due to the stage and chairs completely flooded with water.
In addition, the looks were almost entirely black! The highlight is the cuts that bring new silhouettes to the body.
Minimalism and classic rule in this parade. But, some bold proposals also appear: long sleeves and well-highlighted shoulders!
Paris Fashion Week at Balmain
Rousteing, the leader of Balmain, as in other parades, it brought inspirations from its origins. Thus, the clothes bring much of the 80s, with interpretations about the style of women from Bordeaux, the city where he grew up. The looks bring many scarf prints on the entire outfit. Inspiration for us to get out of the basics 🙂
The earthy tones, covers, leather and latex are also all over – do we have a trend here?
And of course, the BBuzz bag, which is already well known by the brand, this time with golden details and graphic patterns.
Valentino and the unique looks
Valentino always brought clothes with a lot of contrast, neon colors and wild prints. But, the proposal of the time was a more neutral palette, to make evident the individuality of the people who wear the look!
For this reason, most compositions are without category and can be used by either men or women. Or put “women’s clothes” on men and vice versa. The jacket that opened the men’s show last month was worn by a female model here:
+ I loved it, why did you never take a married husband, friend, brother and put it into play with a lot of style? 😉
Givenchy in cool tailoring
Waight Keller used a lot of tailoring for the Givenchy, bringing a more formal air and with a lot of innovation in cuts and volumes. The predominant colors were black, white and red – with more classic prints! Some printed dresses also appeared in the middle of the collection, with a lot of attention to details, which make all the difference!
The prominent shoulders were the strong point of this collection, with soft, full and smooth sleeves.
Chanel with little volume and a lot of elegance
With models placed on a reinterpretation of the River Seine, the looks of Chanel brought classic looks, but redesigned. The pants gained different cuts and the skirts became more relaxed, with emphasis on the ruffles at the bottom.
Volumes are not the highlight here. On the contrary, the cuts are quite restrained – and beautiful!
But, it also has some puff sleeves with a lot of Victorian inspiration, which makes everything more relaxed and chic!
Louis Vuitton took a trip back in time
Louis Vuitton decided to travel in time. Nicolas Ghesquière brought as a proposal to take the public from the 15th century to the 50s! For that, he mixed everything! It brought fabrics and colors from an era mixed with trim and transparency from others.
The vests used with cotton shirts, plus biker jackets and even pinstripe tailoring! All together.
It’s good to be inspired and have less doubt when it comes to putting together the look – not everything needs to be combined so well, just be bold.
Alexander McQueen with compositions
Burton, creator of the collection, was inspired by a trip he made to Wales. The place is the Celtic land of myths and creativity and there he met a Wrexham Tailor’s Quilt, made in 10 years from 1842 by a tailor, who used pieces of wool to weave.
Thus, the looks bring many connections between pieces of traditional male fabrics and other very pink pinks, used by Welsh women in other times.
Inspired, love? In other fashion weeks the inspirations were different, with many colors, but here there is a lot of black, right people? See which makes you happier and put it into practice 🙂