Alexandre Vauthier, has unveiled his Couture collection spring-summer 2019 at the Grand Palais in Paris. A collection inspired by the 60s and Françoise Hardy French singer. Alexandre Vauthier continues his tribute to the manual work of specialized workshops. A craft know-how, but which do not appear neither ostentatious nor too exuberant.
In this collection, there was as in an ultra-short velvet pouf skirt worn with a bolero adorned with gold embroidery on a white shirt or a dress in micro pouf (you can not go shorter, really) in black sequins with a white taffeta knot at the front.
In the same spirit, there was a leggings in satin with many legs balanced by a white jacket with round sleeves, a kind of progressive tuxedo, worn with a white shirt and a small black bow at the collar.
There was a lot of brilliance, the ruffles became inviting and undulating necks, sleeves, blouses or imaginative mini-dresses in silk satin or carved and substantial in taffeta. A beautiful cloud of tulle with black ruffles was in fact a fragile long-sleeved top, supported by very fine silk trousers.
Placed on the plunging neckline of a festive dress printed on the animal, the frills were cut elliptically, suggesting a pair of spectacular wings. A great success of the designer for this collection very Parisian, sensual, glamorous and chic.

Photos: Alexandre Vauthier / Voltem Magazine

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