SS’19 fashion week is underway and we have all the opinions.
We’ve got a fever and the only prescription is more fashion. Read on to see our favorite moments and stories from Milan, Paris, NY, and more. Keep coming back as we’ll update this as fashion month carries on.
The Maison Valentino show was dripping in exquisite silhouettes, 60s-inspired makeup, and magnificent skin tones. As Valentino is known to do, there was a slew of beautiful faces gracing the runway, notably the GOAT herself, Naomi Campbell. Pat McGrath shut the beauty department down with 60s-inspired big-eyed makeup with over-the-top (but completely necessary) feather eyelashes.
The Elie Saab collection was made up of beautiful silhouettes, dramatic fabrics, and dreamy designs. Known for sweeping gowns and formidable angles, Elie Saab continues to improve year over year while staying true to foundational techniques. The mystique of Elie Saab continues in an age where many designers
conform after their first or second season.
Olivier Rousteing’s debut at Paris Couture week was nothing short of topical. Exquisite shapes, breathtaking colors, and controversial face paint tickled the tips of tongues while dramatic colors swept the runways. From the looks of this show, it won’t be Olivier’s last Paris show for Balmain and I, for one, am intrigued on what’s next.
There isn’t one person who watches a Rodarte show and doesn’t come away stunned. This collection only builds on the reputation of innovative cuts, delicious fabrics, and forward-thinking draping. The flawless design fits and enhances the shape of any woman, marking the true testament of a power fashion house.