Paris Haute Couture F/W 2018-19, Christophe Josse
It is an interesting mix of Andean and Franco-imperial inspirations that the designer Christophe Josse proposes in his latest collection Haute Couture fall/ winter 2018-19. Luxury gaucho boleros and hoods, with fringes and pom poms, made of precious fabrics such as mikado and wool decorations alternate evening dresses with a bon chic bon genre allure, with an Empire style cut and with a certain taste all parisienne which is a pleasure to admire. The white, absolute and ethereal, sometimes enhanced by golden accessories or contrasting details, is the great protagonist of a collection that makes haute couture above all the realm where dreams become not only real, but above all perfectly wearable, which, between the extravagances that we are used to lately, it is not a little.
Inspiration: colonial France
Lengths: ankle or long evening, even with a slight train
Amplitudes: soft cuts that caress the silhouette, no skinny
Colors: white, yellow, ivory
Fabrics: satin, silk, organza, mikado, wool