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Christian Dior

For Dior Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri, each collection is an opportunity to draw attention to a particular issue. Working on the collection contributes to developing his own approach to the subject he is dealing with. In each season, Chiuri urges him to think completely differently, while trying to understand the complexity of the relationship between feminism and femininity. He rebuilds it like a manifesto to establish the right connection between fashion and body. This approach ensures that the designer and writers, researchers and artists form the spirit of each fashion show and inspire its set.

Designed by Judy Chicago for the Dior Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2020 Collection, “The Female Divine” installation is a monumental work beyond a set design. It is a tribute to the productivity power that has been going on for a long time. With this collection, Maria Grazia Chiuri underlines the vision of the pioneer, the creator of this idea, the founder of American feminist art, Judy Chicago.

Giambattista Valli

Giambattista Valli, one of the most remarkable names of every Couture week, surprised the fashion world with an innovative move. Instead of showing his collection, which lasted for 100s of hours last season, in a fashion show that will be finished in minutes, the designer took this idea a step further and opened the doors of Jeu de Paume, where the collection was exhibited, after the press show.

The collection, which was marked by the women of the 1960s and 70s, such as Marella Agnelli, Lee Radziwill and Jackie Onassis, with their unique aesthetics and flawless tastes, inspired by stylish women in all areas of their lives, is the hallmark of Valli’s dream world. a magnificent expression. Eye-catching pieces that reflect a lifestyle that perhaps left the world with Lee Radziwill’s death last year; With its extravagant volumes, fun feathers, happy colors and unusual forms, it fulfills what is expected from a Haute Couture collection and drags the person as soon as he sees it.

Chanel

Virginie Viard, who took over the flag last year after the death of Karl Lagerfeld in Chanel, showed that he was determined to put his signature on the brand with the SS20 Couture Collection. Viard, who said that “Karl would not like it” for his collection, which was inspired by his childhood spent in an orphanage, transformed Grand Palais into the garden of the orphanage Aubazine. Although the idea of ​​creating a replica of a place where poor and homeless children are sent and displaying the most expensive clothes in the world is open to debate, it is actually “opposition” that underlies the legend of Coco Chanel.

The autobiographical elements of the collection, which is almost a respect for Coco Chanel, with its obvious details, masculinity and femininity, which are designed inspired by the uniforms of the nuns and students in the orphanage, and the timeless minimal designs, should not be overlooked. Like Coco, who had to take care of herself in the orphanage after her mother’s death, Virginie Viard now manages the wheel alone after the death of her mentor, Lagerfeld, where she is the right arm.

Schiaparelli

Daniel Roseberry, who took over in Schiaparelli 6 months ago, traces the innovative and surrealist heritage of the legendary founder of the house, Elsa Schiaparelli. Inspired by the contrast between Elsa Schiaparelli’s pragmatic style while working in her studio and the style engraved in memories at the famous Surrealist parties, Roseberry reflects this duality in all pieces in the collection, from elegant silk dresses with drapes to jewelery-crafted suits.

Roseberry’s designs, stating that they aim to address the differences in a woman as well as dressing women with different lifestyles and styles, refer to Schiaparelli’s famous “The Skeleton Dress” and the pink color that has become the signature of the brand, and almost respect the brand’s iconic history. It features. The collection, which also traces the personal history of the designer, draws attention with its colors and forms referring to the 1970s and 80s.

Givenchy

Givenchy’s creative director, Claire Waight Keller, turns her face to Virginia Wolf, one of the fashion world’s favorite inspiration for the brand’s SS20 Couture Collection. Impressed by the passionate love letters written by Virginia Wolf and Vita Sackville-West, the designer sees the collection itself as a love letter to Hubert de Givenchy. As we have seen this season’s example many times, Keller also enters the archives and modernizes the iconic designs of master fashion designer, often seen on Audrey Hepburn, preserving her timeless and sophisticated essences.

Visiting the extraordinary gardens of Vita Sackville-West’s home, we see the inspiration from the designer here, 3-D floral decorations in the collection, eye-catching flower forms and vibrant colors that are used in abundance. The fashion show of Keller, which is a work of art collection that has been created with great care, has brought the impressiveness of this romantic collection to the next level. Sitting on platforms placed on columns rising on the podium, violonists played the poet Acts by Philip Glass and The Hours and created a poetic atmosphere.


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