Haute Couture Paris FW 2017-18, Maison Margiela
If we exclude some wool minidress, suits with belt bustier and some items characterized by tribal-chic allure the haute couture fall/winter 2017-18 signed by Maison Margela and designed by John Galliano, is a fascinating roundup of all possible combinations of shapes, widths and lengths that a fashion cult as the trench coat can take.
From that with more necks overlapped until that sleeveless where sleeves are strung up as long gloves opened on the top like a calla. Others who seem asymmetrical clothes or leaving naked the shoulders.
There are shorter ones with narrow belt to enhance the waist and those realized in wool with hyperbolic volume, symbol of a love for the avant-garde design typical of John Galliano, keen visionary poet who loves to play with shapes and silhouettes shuffling the cards and begin anytime with fashion and with the taste of the public always a new game.
Applauses to courage of this real couturier who knows how to look beyond the reality of things, always proposing alternatives that combine elegance and eccentricity always in an enjoyable and surprising way. Of course, for the evening time, the trench coat is proposed in embroidered organza or voile, with see through effect, wearing it for what it really is: a refined timeless sporty-chic military jacket.
Mood: Trench coat evolution
Lenght: mini, midi, ankle or long
Breadth: comfy and soft, the shapes are accentuated from belts to highlight the waist; hyper wide trench realized in wool, while the model in organza caresses the silhouette already highlighted by the transparency
Colors: green, nude, gold, white, electric blue, sand, black, grey
Fabrics: lace, cotton, wool, leather, suede