In Jean Paul's collection for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Couture season, the accent comes mostly in dark colors, where simplistic details take the lead into dramatic runway look perfectly made. Even if the collection doesn't go far into colors, the entire appearance brings out theatrical influences. Check out next this fabulous collection!
08 Jul, 2010
One of the biggest names in fashion industry when we're talking about haute couture, is definitely Jean Paul Gaultier, who surprised a whole world through his sensitive fashion sense, uniqueness expressed through runway looks, Parisian inspiration used in his collections and his fantastic way of showing his creativity through clothing wear.
In Gaultier's collection for the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Couture season, he brings out an extraordinary line with dreamy looks and dramatic appearances that present luxury and glamour into dark yet classy outfits.
With a major accent that comes over the details, Christian Dior's Fall 2010 Couture Collection presents wearable fashion trends for this season, from lace to fur or bold shoulders, sheer, futuristic hairstyles, shiny textile materials, elegant trench coats, statement jewels, see-through, sequins, fringes, leather, velvet, all into a dramatic Hollywood diva inspired collection.
The chromatic theme may not be taken to extremes, but it does show what it needs to be shown. Going mostly for all black looks and some pop colored ones that bring attention over through details and shapes, this collection reinvents the classiness and elegance that the color black always represented.
With a perfect combination between what inspires every fashion designer, future times, past times and modern times, Jean Paul Gaultier brings them all together into an unique collection with the most outstanding and elegant designs that put in value every personality through glamour and sophistication.
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