Best of Haute Couture autumn/winter 2019/20 in Paris (with interviews)

A look back on 4 days of Haute Couture shows in Paris and on the moments to remember. An even more creative and innovative Haute Couture, which celebrated the expertise of the ateliers and finished with a dazzling and moving Valentino collection, which highlighted the 80 petites mains in white blouses who came to congratulate the designer, Pierpaolo Piccioli.Joy was ever-present on the catwalk for Jean Paul Gaultier. His shows are always a source of great creativity. This season, the couturier, who banned the use of animal skin in his collections, reinvents the idea of fur without fur, with a game of illusion and false pretences, with lots of feathers worked like animal motifs.Givenchy’s Clare Waight Keller has also been working since 2017 to give a contemporary version of couture, whilst relying on traditional bases. A play on volume, explosions of feathers and thousands of layers of tulle, incarnated by young, revolutionary aristocrats.Another long-awaited moment was Chanel’s Virginie Viard’s first couture show without Karl Lagerfeld. She turns a page, with a monumental library, which was erected under the canopy of the Grand Palais in Paris, and a collection, which presents a wardrobe of infinite delicacy with elegance. To note, American, Daniel Roseberry’s first opus for Schiaparelli who drew sketches live on stage, with the intention of transporting us to the future of the heritage of the label in a whimsical spirit.20 years of designing from Rabih Kayrouz, celebrated with an explosion of joy and a mix of benevolent culture. Giambattista Valli’s dresses, showcased through an intimate exhibition, to appreciate the work of the ateliers.The sensual Parisian couture of Alexandre Vauthier, supported by his top fan, Celine Dion.Giorgio Armani’s show: 85 looks and extremely refined silhouettes, studded with sequins.But also the work of Christophe Josse and Stephane Rolland who brought these romantic and sculptural silhouettes to life.We finish with the Dior collection, signed by Maria Grazia Chiuri, presented in the historic salons of 30 Montaigne Avenue in Paris, (redecorated for the occasion), a collection which is almost entirely based on the colour black. A multi-faceted black to draw parallels between architecture and couture. A show received a standing ovation and the Italian designer received the Legion of Honour Medal for her contribution to fashion and her involvement in the feminist movement.With interviews:Céline Dion:I am a huge fan. I‘ve been wearing Alexandre Vauthier for a long time and, every time, it transports me into a dream. And today, it was magical once again. I love him. Elisabeth Moss:It’s so cool. It’s so not what I expected. It’s very dramatic and mysterious. I don’t know where we’re going to, some sort of treehouse or something.Music free to take: Artlist - You by Sarah Angel (Constantly Evolving)

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