July 04, 2007

Haute Couture FW07 II

Kudos to Riccardo Tisci for a fabulous haute couture collection. It only gets better every season. This collection was modern and stylish, with just the right amount of details to make it haute couture. Hm.... I think I said something similar last time about Tisci's haute couture collection too.....it must be his style.
I was captivated by this collection from the very first outfit (left), with the exquisitely beautiful jacket with the very feminine flutters and the furry poofy skirt- stylish, girly and fun! And then he takes us to stylishly cool, with that stunning (alligator I think) jacket with white fur peeking out.

This grey shirt kind of makes me rethink my position on frills- it actually looks nice here! And outfit on the left- thats just classic.

Tisci's evening collection was just goooooorgeous. I love all the drapings of the fabric and how the dresses manage the models to look elegant and gorgeous without showing much skin at all (as most evening wear are). Sigh, I just ADORE the white dress with the structured top and swirl with the flowy skirts!
One thing I didn't like about this collection was the leopard print bit and the more casual bits that one expects to see in the RTW collection.

While I love the idea of how the Chanel Haute Couture show was held outdoors on a garden pathway at the Parc de Saint Cloud (you should check out the video for more on the whole backdrop) I have mix feelings about the collection. At some points, I want to applaud Lagerfeld's genius and at others, I wonder what he's thinking.
The whole collection focused on detailings on the side seams of the outfits, which is probably why the outfits look so flat on picture. But I do like the idea of putting the details elsewhere and I can see how outfits like these two here would look exquisite in reality. Note also how the thigh high boots from last season remains prominent on the runway.
Maybe its the head thingy that is distracting my vision, but these two outfits just don't look very flattering. Although the one on the left is certainly water proof...These are the times when I'm wonder what he's thinking, and that maybe its just me whose being too conservative and not fashion forward thinking enough to see beyond the obvious.
And these are the times when I want to give him a standing ovation, because I just LOVE these two dresses. I can just imagine how the black dress will flow so beautifully in three dimension as the wearer walks and turn. And the white dress is just glamorous!
Again, love the elegant navy blue dress and wondering what is going on with the mesh materials and the feathers.
I can actually imagine some starlet wearing this dress on the left on the red carpet. Without the head thingy, it'll look gorgeous. But that white feathered wedding dress is just beyond me. I can't imagine anyone wearing it willingly to their wedding... even if it IS Chanel!
Photo Credits: www.elle.com


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, Riccardo Tisci did a terrific job for Givenchy. As for Karl, I love Chanel but the last picture looks like rabbit costume for halloween. Couture always brings something unexpected.

7/05/2007 5:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahaha she looks like a cartoon ghost in that feathered wedding dress.

7/05/2007 6:01 AM  
Blogger Siru said...

Riccardo Tisci's Givenchy collection is my favorite ( or at least until now).
chanel could have been so much better.

7/05/2007 6:36 AM  
Blogger Geisha said...

Givenchy's white dress with the swirl was amazing!!! And I admit, even though I sound VERY un-fashion forward, I literally cracked up when I saw that last dress! The sunglasses just sort of make it funnier in a Willy-Wonka kind of way :)

7/05/2007 7:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that Chanel wedding dress is perfect for Bjork hahaha.
And Givenchy just perfect, fantastic collection.

7/05/2007 12:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Givenchy collection to me was perfect not more than chanel one. but... he made a very cool animal prints that I've loved...but to me the highlight of his whole collection was when starts to show up the dresses with metal details.

the Chanel collection was beautiful too I've loved all the pieces...


7/05/2007 9:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could you say to me when it is gonna be the valentino show?

7/05/2007 9:54 PM  
Blogger Susana Rodrigues said...

to be honest i'm not impressed at all with these two collections :(
i still prefer the Dior fashion show.

7/06/2007 12:53 AM  
Blogger emily2200 said...

Have you seen this lingerie site Pampered Passions. They have some interesting lingerie fashion. But they have a contest to the Bahamas too. That looks fun.

7/06/2007 1:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really must not have a very fashion forward mind because right when I saw the last dress for Chanel I started busting out laughing. All those crazy frills and sunglasses make it unecessary even for haute couture, but hey what do I know.

7/06/2007 8:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm stopping reading your blog now. Photo after photo of fur makes me sick. The outfits aren't "classic," they're cruel. :(

7/09/2007 7:25 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Those are not thigh highs, they're leather leggings covering leather stilettos. If you look at the detail shots, you can see that they're 2 seperate piece.

7/12/2007 6:37 AM  
Blogger sonnysan said...

Karl is chanelling the sideways idea of thought. well think if one were to witness his collection on the catwalk is all together a different perspective. he's still a genius!

7/14/2007 10:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i think it's inspiring. although i can never imagine wearing anything with feathers on it.

4/15/2008 7:10 PM  
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