Paris has celebrated its big days of fashion this past week and, unlike in other editions where there are more demanding and groundbreaking proposals, this time even the most modern ones like Balenciaga, connected with that more classic, luxurious and feminine idea of ​​fashion with the one to escape and dream. In ChanelHE recreated in the Parisian myth on the banks of the Seine River, with the stalls of buquinistas, the little boats that cross the river full of tourists and some models that accompanied their tweed and chiffon looks with wicker baskets and bouquets of flowers. In schiaparelliDaniel Roseberry remains faithful to black and white in designs with extra volume and always topped by superlative golden jewelry. Maria Grazia Chiuri in Dior uses minimalist and refined lines and a very serene range of tones in which beige, sand and gold tones predominate. Is there a better color combination for summer? Possibly not.

In Jean Paul Gaultierthe guest designer of this collection, Julien Dossena, puts the ‘Rabanne’ touch to Gaultier’s mythical designs and we see, for example, metallic meshes in dresses with conical shapes on the chest. Jean Rabanne Gaultier they have called it In valentine, we would have selected each and every dress as the most spectacular collection. PierPaolo Piccioli consolidates in each edition as a true master of color and luxury. He has been able to climb some jeans with a white shirt to the catwalk and turn it into Haute Couture. Incredible its pink tones, already a hallmark of the house, and its mixture of tones such as the look where it declines different greens or the combination of light blue coat with ocher dress. Her accessories such as feather gloves or her XL earrings are a true fantasy. Flowers at Giambattista Valli, flowing pants and perfect jackets at Armani, marine shapes at Iris Van Herpen, and the everlasting Spanish touch at Juana Martín.

Everything you can’t miss from these great days of fashion, selected here:

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