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Fashion Haute Couture SS 2020: Discover Your Next Red Carpet Looks From Dior, Chanel & Givenchy

Haute Couture SS 2020: Discover Your Next Red Carpet Looks From Dior, Chanel & Givenchy

Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior
By Aina Izzah
By Aina Izzah
January 31, 2020
The Parisian haute couture week also saw the final show by fashion's enfant terrible, Jean-Paul Gaultier


Photo: Chanel
Tweed dress with a black belt and crystal buckle (Photo: Chanel)
Photo: Chanel
Pleated dress with layered collars and sequinned belt (Photo: Chanel)
Photo: Chanel
A preppy tweed attire adorned with an embroidered bolero-like shoulder pads (Photo: Chanel)
Photo: Chanel
A black dress with an edgy slit and matching textured collar and sleeves (Photo: Chanel)

Recalling Coco Chanel's childhood at the Abbey of Aubazine, designer Virginie Viard reaffirmed the allure of Chanel with gothic achromatic schoolgirl attire. Impeccable buttons and uniform patterns in tweed, and paired with socks and black heeled loafers, evoked youthful innocence/rebellion.  

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Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior

"What if women ruled the world?" Well, they would look like Dior goddesses, wielding their strength and power in shimmering dresses and elegant feathered capes, and accessorised in pearls and gold from Dior Joaillerie. A striking suit in herringbone broke the dressy mould, reimagining a masculine shape with feminine pizzazz. 

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Photo: Givenchy
White bustier dress in hand-embroidered 3D flowers (Photo: Givenchy)
Photo: Givenchy
Balloon bustier dress with pansy motif (Photo: Givenchy)
Photo: Givenchy
Hourglass dress with a leather wide belt (Photo: Givenchy)
Photo: Givenchy
Asymmetrical pleated dress hand-painted in indigo, lavender and imperial yellow (Photo: Givenchy)

Givenchy's flair for pairing architectural shapes and bold colours made for a dreamy collection inspired by a garden in spring. It was also designed to be a tribute to Hubert Givenchy, reinterpreting his asymmetrical dresses in vibrant hues of indigo and lavender.

Jean-Paul Gaultier

The final couture show by Jean-Paul Gaultier also marked his 50th year in fashion. Naturally, it was a huge burlesque party with no less than 200 looks and celebrity friends such as Paris Jackson and Dita Von Teese walking the runway with the likes of Karlie Kloss, Bella Hadid, Winnie Harlow and Irina Shayk. As for the clothes, he rolled out reinterpretations of his iconic, envelope-pushing designs over the years, from Madonna's conical corset, now in denim, to the sexy sailor ensembles.



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Ralph & Russo

Look 4 – Aqua and pink lurex jacquard trench coat finished with multi-coloured ostrich and coque feathers . (Photo: Ralph & Russo)
Look 19 – Pale pink tulle pyjama cuit enriched with crystals and ostrich feathers. (Photo: Ralph & Russo)
Look 23 – Cobalt blue metallic floral printed organza gown adorned with 3D silk organza flowers. (Photo: Ralph & Russo)
Look 24 – Navy tulle strapless gown embellished with sequins, xilions and crystals. (Photo: Ralph & Russo)

Based on its iconic designs in the past decade, the collection is focused on the robustness of draped textiles, ostrich feathers, large bows and sharp silhouettes. There was a sense of perkiness in the pop shades of aqua and soft pink while nude pyjama suit with plunging neckline oozed sensuality. A metallic organza gown with embroidered silk flowers only goes to show that Ralph & Russo is a romantic at heart.

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