Olivier Rousteing introduced a whole new line of elements, among which there are even bared breasts or outfits with pastel colours like the ones used to decorate Easter eggs. Are you ready for a tour of the newest Paris fashion trends? Let‘s go!
The French designer focused on the young women of his generation with his luxury FW 19/20 collection, and created a whole slew of extravagant, and on the other hand, more romantically conceived outfits. There two characters standing in contrast, and that is girly innocence, and the magical aura of a woman vamp. Two different factions, but one thing unites them – they embody the character and strength of confident women.
Transparent fabrics, luxury leather, gaudy sequins, woven dresses, tulle skirts, flower embroideries, designer metal studs, sleek silhouettes, airy outfits full of volume and sharp outlines, or Rousteing‘s favourite material, PVC – that‘s only a small summary of all the characteristic elements and outfits, that the newest autumn collection Balmain offers.
The uncontesting best choice of our magazine is the silver mini dress with the purple tulle skirt, and distinctive silver appliques. This luxury outfit is absolutely flawless!
The outfit that scored the least points in our estimate? The outfit consisting of white lower body lingerie and a jacket, which evokes the notion dressed – undressed.
For some, the FW 19/20 collection will represent a breath of fresh energy in the coming autumn season full of grey. For others, it will be another fashion shot from the blue, and 80% of the outfits will be unwearable. What point of view will you have?
The hottest Paris trends of the autumn/winter according to Olivier Rousteing
Definitely bold, airy and consisting of a bit of everything. In some instances we have a clear street style, like there used to be in Queens, NYC at the beginning of 90’s, then we have futuristic, pure PVC dresses. Quite a ‘mishmash’ don’t you think?!
One of my favourite outfits consists of a translucent top with long sleeves in a metallic silver shade in combination with a quilted A-line skirt from PVC. It is truly something different and new, that’s why it I liked it as soon as I saw it. And furthermore, if our nipples see through in such an elegant almost imperceptible way, I don’t have a problem with it. However, to wear that to bar in the high bustling night of Prague would require a really reliable bodyguard.
What I’d on the other hand forbid are jeans and pants in bell-bottom style. This is exactly the kind of trend, that should be forever buried deep in the 80’s. I don’t see a reason to return to something, in which everybody looks like is if he’s just done a number two in his pants… END TO THAT!