The Parisian fashion week dedicated to Haute Couture SS22 has always attracted the highest forms of creation in the world of fashion. Once again this year the European haute couture houses have removed all constraints, giving life to compositions that evoke dreams of exploration cosmic, ethereal and golden extravagance. Schiaparelli, Azzaro and Alexander Vauthier are among the brands and looks that have surprised the most.
Wonderful evening dresses of the Tunisian designer Loris Azzaro have been a great classic since the founding of the brand in Paris in 1962. On the death of the founder, Vanessa Seward took over the reins of the house, creating collections that respect and celebrate aesthetics and Azzaro’s original vision. The dresses show off a riot of crystals, bold necklines, lace details and bows for a result that always leaves speechless.
The collections by Alexandre Vauthier, also available in Michele Franzese Moda store, include dresses and much more for women. With a long-standing experience as a couturier with Thierry Mugler and JP Gautier, Alexandre Vauthier instills all his creative and technical knowledge since the first collection created in his name in 2009.
Travels to the East and the United States have allowed him over time to extend his knowledge to the world of design and perfumes. His ready-to-wear line is inspired by everything that surrounds him: sculptural silhouettes, rigorous cuts and the perfect architecture of the suit define his style, which has its roots in the French and Anglo-Saxon fashion culture.
Prominent collaborations with celebrities such as Madonna, Beyoncé, Rihanna and Kate Moss have definitively consecrated his talent by elevating his figure as a designer to the Olympus of the contemporary fashion scene.
Many have defined the Schiaparelli Haute Couture Spring Summer 2022 collection, presented with the great return to a physical show in the Paris Haute Couture calendar, as a rebellious operation: creative director Daniel Roseberry knows the surrealism that inspired Elsa Schiaparelli and reinterpreted it in the current scenario showing the meaning of couture today in the aftermath of two years of pandemic, that is, the loss of certainties and a collective future.