Paris Haute Couture 2020 Fashion Week: Lh Loves

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One of the most desirable moments in the Haute Couture industry just wrapped up. Due to the COVID-19 world pandemic, Paris Haute Couture 2020 was presented in a digital format for the very first time. Brands such as Channel, Christian Dior, Balmain, Giambattista Valli, Ralph and Russo, and Elie Saab adapted and innovated to share their Fall/Winter 2020/21 Couture Collections with the world.


Best of Paris Haute Couture 2020


This year has been quite different from what we are used to. The traditional and extravagant fashion catwalks have undergone a revolution. The brands exceeded themselves and created new and exciting ways to show their eye-catching couture collections. The luxury fashion brands directed their resources into videos and virtual showcases which beautifully upheld the standards of couture. Some brands made videos of their collections and others created galleries of their exquisite handmade clothes.

Fashion and art met yet again at Paris Haute Couture 2020 Fashion Week to showcase the most incredible wearable artwork in the world!

Scroll on for the collections we loved most from Paris Haute Couture 2020:

Chanel

“I was thinking about a punk princess coming out of ‘Le Palace’ at dawn,” explains Virginie Viard.

Christian Dior

Creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted Matteo Garrone to direct a film rich in mythological motifs (mermaids, nymphs, satyrs, and even a scene of Narcissus gazing at his reflection) and lensed in the Pre-Raphaelite style.

Balmain


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Giambattista Valli

Ralph and Russo

“We wanted to look at the environment, as well as travel in itself, and some of the most special places in the world.” – Tamara Ralph


KOKET Empowering Scent

Elie Saab

Viktor & Rolf

Valentino

Words by Inês Estrela da Costa
Featured Image: Still from Matteo Garrone’s exclusive film for Dior, unveiling Maria Grazia Chiuri’s Autumn-Winter 2020-2021 haute couture collection.


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