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The Haute Couture Week in 5 key moments

Haute Couture Week has come to an end and as usual, it has left us with some spectacular moments. Here is a review of the 5 highlights.

The Haute Couture Week in 5 key moments

Shakira’s NO and Cardi B’s heart-stopping looks

If there are two who have stood out with their looks this Haute Couture Week, they are Shakira and Cardi B. The pop queens have become the queens of the Front Row since the first day of Fashion Week. Shakira left everyone speechless when she attended the Viktor & Rolf fashion show, dressed in a coat with a blunt ‘NO’ in large dimensions, located in the chest area. Hint to Piqué? Everyone is wondering.

Rapper Cardi B has not left anyone indifferent either. The Schiapparelli look with which she opened Haute Couture Week interpreted a raven. A strapless dress that hugged her curves, made of velvet and adorned with golden filigree, was accompanied by a voluminous cape of layered wool tresses to evoke the bird’s wings. Her looks dressed in Balenciaga and Valentino were no slouches either. Which was your favorite?

Thom Browne’s debut in Haute Couture

The designer debuted his first Haute Couture collection in style. In the heart of the Opera Garnier in Paris, he brought to its maximum expression the surrealism characteristic of his signature in a wide range of grays and animal references such as the pigeon, a common animal in the streets of both Paris and New York.

Charles de Vilmorin’s debut on the runway

When he founded his own label in 2020, having debuted shortly thereafter at Paris Haute Couture Week, de Vilmorin became the youngest designer in history to participate in this category. Although he would do so without a runway show. This season, the young designer is mounting his first official fashion show, after four presentations and two years as creative director at Rochas, which he left in April of this year. If at the time he was compared to Yves Saint Laurent for his prolific career at such a young age, in his catwalk debut he has fully entered the Generation Z universe. His designs bet on Unisex Haute Couture and the creation of viral moments -like the surprise appearance of Inés de la Fressange-.

Inés de La Fressange’s return to the spotlight

That Karl Lagerfeld’s iconic muse is a regular on the front row of the Fashion Weeks is not a novelty, but this time the model has made more noise than usual. This season she has become the muse of two designers: The young Charles de Vilmorin and Demna. Both have wanted to count on the iconic model of the 80s for their Haute Couture shows.

Alaïa, Schiaparelli & Valentino, in the podium

If we had to summarize the Haute Couture Week in three fashion shows, those would be Alaïa, Schiaparelli and Valentino. With the sophistication and spectacularity that defines the three firms, each one has been able to highlight its codes, adapting to the new times. Alaïa has enhanced the feminine figure with pure lines, Schiaparelli has been more artistic than ever and Valentino has invited everyone to his universe, democratizing, even a little, Haute Couture.

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