Five shows have stood out since Dior’s pink runway: Armani Privé, Jean Paul Gaultier, Schiaparelli, Ulyana Sergeenko and Valentino. Without further ado, ten winners:
Armani gave a collection that was awash with subtle, sophisticated color and aesthetic cohesion. Here are two favorites:
This is effortlessly powerful. Who WOULDN’T want to strut around in this?
The loose, low-waisted pants coupled with the fitted, ever-so-slightly cropped top creates a striking, unusual couture silhouette.
Jean Paul Gaultier
It was an irreverent show at JPG…
You might think you’ve never seen a bridal veil under a cap, but you could be wrong.
I love the look of the structured navy jacket with the airy and transparent skirt.
If the carpets lining the runways at Dior and Schiaparelli are anything to go by, pink is having a moment.
Schiaparelli hit the right note with this detailed dress that isn’t too poof-poof-precious.
The Russian designer created a well thought out collection with some head-turners:
A new meaning to oversize: the wider the trousers, the better – especially when you’re wearing a cape-like top.
I chose this look mostly because the model’s pose makes the feathery shawl look like armor.
Here we get down to pretty dresses…
Valentino wins so hard where these dresses are concerned. Inventive and beautiful – I love the uncommon pairing of light green and beige-gold here. The hem of this dress works perfectly with its fabric.
I find this kite-inspired dress brilliant. It’s fun and original without feeling kitschy.
The silhouette is stunning and feels as modern as it feels it may come from another more-perfect time.
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