Tagged Couture Fall 2013


Couture Couture Couture! Beauty

Makeup and hairstyles are another detail that makes all the difference. Like all others must be chosen correctly. In the collections of haute couture was seen that the natural look is still the favorite choice of designers. Some opted for a few details that make all the difference, see the case of Jean Paul Gaultier,…


Armani Privé Fall Couture 2013

Taking a breather from futuristic experiments and far-flung multicultural references, Giorgio Armani went back to terra firma — Thirties glamour — and delivered one of his strongest Privé collections in recent seasons. Couture may be for the 0.001 percent, but the Italian designer wants to win over that entire fortunate fraction. “This collection is to…


Jean Paul Gaultier Fall Couture 2013

The salons were named for wild cats — Cougar, for one — and the opening music, the theme from “The Pink Panther,” introduced a lineup named for women with an inclination towards danger: Poison Ivy, Catwoman and Mata Hari. While such could have been markers of a mystery-woman camp fest, they were not, at least…


Valentino Fall Couture 2013

“A cabinet of curiosities.” What a splendid starting point for couture, a realm supposedly unique as well as sublime. The notion worked beautifully for Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, whose now-identifiable signature – romantic elegance evocative of Renaissance portraiture – has a pristine core well-suited to surface eccentricity.

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