Demna Gvasalia a présenté sa première collection haute couture pour Balenciaga ce mercredi 7 juillet. Un défilé événement, en mini comité, où denim et silhouettes masculines étaient de la partie.
Welcome Back, Balenciaga!The house founded in 1917 by Cristobal Balenciaga had stopped haute couture in 1968.Fifty-three years later, Demna Gvasalia, artistic director of the brand since 2015, has revived this activity.Guest member of Fashion Week Haute Couture fall-winter 2021-2022, the Georgian creator wanted to imagine a prestigious fashion that everyone (provided they have the adequate bank account) can appropriate.Red carpet dresses, therefore, but also white t-shirts, denim sets and XXL shoulder jackets that give a stature, a look to the silhouette."Couture is beyond trends, fashion, industrial clothing production.It is a pure and timeless expression of crafts, architecture of the silhouettes which gives the one who carries it a solid notion of elegance and sophistication "explains the artistic director in a text published onThe brand's website.
If the haute couture week is traditionally reserved for female collections, Demna Gvasalia wanted the Balenciaga Couture parts to be adopted by all and all.Of the 63 silhouettes of the parade, almost half were worn by male models.The Creator, who questions and deconstructs the concept of gender over the course of his parades, even proposed, as a last silhouette of the parade, a bride or a bride with an invisible face behind an immaculate veil.By scanning the dress, no more details on the one who wears it.And after all, is it really important?
Welcome Back, Balenciaga! The house founded in 1917 by Cristobal Balenciaga had stopped haute couture in 1968.Fifty-three years later, Demna Gvasalia, artistic director of the brand since 2015, has revived this activity.Member...
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