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Paris Fashion Week Dior Gucci Saint Laurent ruled the runway on Day 1

The much-anticipated Paris Fashion Week took off with an effervescent-jumpstart this Monday. Power fashion houses such as Dior, Gucci, Saint Laurent all trumpeted their best of bents. Dior’s show was a cultural-fashion collaborated all together in a single show. Dior’s opening saw a new modern dance piece by choreographer Sharon Eyal and Gucci’s blazon kicked off with the hit song ‘Baby Alone in Babylone’ by Jane Birkin. Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior’s collection showcased a feminist, sensual silhouettes comprising sheer dresses with visible underclothes as part of her aesthetics.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 26 September 2018, 06:07:30 PM
Paris Fashion Week took off with an effervescent-jumpstart

Paris Fashion Week took off with an effervescent-jumpstart

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The much-anticipated Paris Fashion Week took off with an effervescent-jumpstart this Monday. Power fashion houses such as Dior, Gucci, Saint Laurent all trumpeted their best of bents. Dior’s show was a cultural-fashion collaborated all together in a single show. Dior’s opening saw a new modern dance piece by choreographer Sharon Eyal and Gucci’s blazon kicked off with the hit song ‘Baby Alone in Babylone’ by Jane Birkin. Maria Grazia Chiuri for Dior’s collection showcased a feminist, sensual silhouettes comprising sheer dresses with visible underclothes as part of her aesthetics.
Dior spring/summer 2019 collection engulfed the world of both dance and music.

Dior spring/summer 2019 collection engulfed the world of both dance and music.

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Dior spring/summer 2019 collection also engulfed the world of both dance and music. The show was all about flowing, ethereal dresses and skirts and of course ballet pumps. It also had a showcase of bodysuits, leotards, leggings and mesh tops. Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collection had a twist of designs, from the ethereal to the simultaneously conservative in their full-lengthed transparent dresses giving a peek-a-boo feel. Her collection included sheer black dresses, skirts made of multi-coloured tulle and black fishnet bodysuits.
An ethereal look by Maria Grazia Chiuri

An ethereal look by Maria Grazia Chiuri

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Maria Grazia Chiuri’s collection had a twist of designs, from the ethereal to the simultaneously conservative in their full-lengthed transparent dresses giving a peek-a-boo feel. Her collection included sheer black dresses, skirts made of multi-coloured tulle and black fishnet bodysuits.
Saint Laurent was more of plunging V-necklines and minidress

Saint Laurent was more of plunging V-necklines and minidress

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Saint Laurent as always had a powerful front row of stars, such as supermodel Kate Moss, Cindy Crawford and Salma Hayek. Laurent headlined the second day of Paris Fashion Week in an eclectic French twist on American styles featuring models walking on water.
Colour palette of Blue and Red were prominent with Saint Laurent

Colour palette of Blue and Red were prominent with Saint Laurent

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Like the ebbs of water, their designs were difficult to be fixated on and there wasn’t much anything new. The collection entirely, was based on plunging V-necklines and minidress. Colour palette used were the shades of Blue and Red.
Alessandro Michele took a hippier vibe

Alessandro Michele took a hippier vibe

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Designer Anthony Vaccarello for Gucci on the other hand, garnered jaw-dropping responses from the audiences. Models in their god-like power walked across water wearing luxury snake boots, sparkling disco heels, silver open-shirts, leather chap-like shorts and hats with chin toggles that didn’t sink. Talk about sorcery in fashion! Gucci’s designer, Alessandro Michele took a hippier vibe. Their collection had a ‘different-time’ aspect altogether. The silhouettes consisted of flip-flapping fringe dresses, corduroy suits, flaring trousers, disco tops, Dolly Parton inspired printed tops. Designer Michele’s collection presented a different aura altogether.
Alessandro Michele

Alessandro Michele

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Gucci’s designer, Alessandro Michele took a hippier vibe. Their collection had a ‘different-time’ aspect altogether. The silhouettes consisted of flip-flapping fringe dresses, corduroy suits, flaring trousers, disco tops, Dolly Parton inspired printed tops. Designer Michele’s collection presented a different aura altogether.