Paris Fashion Week: Sonam Kapoor walks the ramp for Ralph and Russo; Thom Browne goes big with man skirts – The Indian Express
Paris Fashion Week has been an attention-grabbing combine to this point. Ralph and Russo's assortment, for which Sonam Kapoor turned the showstopper noticed big Ottoman-type cone hats, strapped underneath the chin, defining a lot of the shimmering robes doused with lashings of embroideries and sequins. There have been feathers too. Plumes shot out from massive shoulder sections, down a cinched 60s skirt, throughout the arm like a chook's wing, and then down the chest on one black-and-silver, site visitors-stopping robe that evoked a peacock with its tail feathers down. There have been loads of nice dramatic moments.
Christian Dior feted its 70th birthday at Paris' Couture Week on July four in type with an completed, star-crammed present that mapped the iconic home's enlargement throughout the world. It was an unabashed, encyclopedic celebration of femininity in all its guises for Maria Grazia Chiuri, the home's first feminine designer.
Designer Bertrand Guyon took iconic Parisian couturier Elsa Schiaparelli's ardour for portray to provide a diaphanous assortment of couture robes that fluttered by visitors at Paris' Place Vendome. At Proenza Schouler's present it was a inventive assortment in black, white and shot with flame pink. Parisian-type tuxedo jackets in exaggerated proportions had facet sections that have been snipped away, and sported oversize pockets. Additionally, floral motifs and floral lace have been used abstractly on layered robes to blurredly confuse the eye and make a play on depths. Here is a take a look at the highlights. (Supply: AP)