Haute Couture spring/summer 2012
The designers behind Valentino gave Paris a taste of traditional haute couture. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli took poetical inspirations from the early twentieth century and transformed them into sartorial statements of modern beauty.
Riccardo Tisci makes an unconventional statement for spring with twenties inspired jewels and an avant-garde take on classic couture.
Giorgio Armani escorted us on trek into the rainforest, presenting a Privé collection inspired by the metaphorical metamorphosis of the reptile that lies within.
A sequined tuxedo steals the show at Alexandre Vauthier’s spring/summer 2012 couture collection were craftsmanship and hedonistic dress was on full display.
Inspired by the architectural work of artist Michel Deverne, Stéphane Rolland creates a spring/summer 2012 couture collection packed with sculptural and structured shapes.
The future of couture is 3D as Iris van Herpen shares a fantasy world of microscopic prints for spring/summer 2012 and presents a digital take on nature.
For spring/summer 2012, Bill Gaytten gave us classic Christian Dior couture as we know and love it, femme, luxurious and utterly captivating.
Bouchra Jarrar channelled the luxe edge of Katherine Hepburn’s famed style, which resulted in a glamorous fresh take on tailored couture.