Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019: Givenchy

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Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 is in full swing in the one of the fashion capitals of the world.

The OnoBello.com Fashion and Style Department is doing Show Reports on some select designers showcasing their latest collection this season.

According to a review by Vogue’s  Nicole Phelps, excepts from it reads:”The men’s looks were in the minority (the category is still fairly new for Waight Keller), and they remained essentially traditional in ethos or at least as traditional as a lilac suit worn with white Chelsea boots can be. The womenswear is where the designer did her “colliding,” sending out models with cropped boyish haircuts in tuxedo jackets or leather Perfectos tucked into army pants a direct lift from a vintage Schwarzenbach photo. This was capably done and quite chic, though not groundbreaking in the way it was when her muse was doing it 80 years ago.

Waight Keller took cues from Schwarzenbach photos, as well, for her evening pieces, which were draped asymmetrically or with athletic cut-outs, yet retained the elegant bias lines of the 1930s. The news in the evening category was the prismatic flower-print dresses with engineered prints designed on the computer to be smaller at the waist than at the shoulders or hem, thereby enhancing their hourglass shape. Waight Keller said she couldn’t have accomplished these without her couture training. Minus the little shoulder shrugs that were layered on top to maintain the boy/girl theme, they looked like potential red carpet hits.”

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Credit: Vogue.com/ Photo credit: indigitaltv.com

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