Julien Fournié presented his new couture collection “Premier Oracle” autumn-winter 2017-2018 at L’Oratoire du Louvre in Paris. A collection in tribute to women with a destiny who have become her clients. The couturier offers these muses his cut expert look that helps lift the spine to define the elegance of timeless haute couture in today’s expression with some delicately gothic accents.
Its palette of colors (“nude”, black and gold) is available in selected materials: mohair, jersey, lace and the silk fault that Julien Fournié uses for the first time. If only the three-quarters sleeves make it possible to see the bare skin, the epidermis is sometimes veiled in a flesh tulle all over the body, embroidered with black sequins, or adorned with a lace in a geometric neckline.
In this collection femininity is everywhere sensually celebrated, including in the pieces devoid of décolleté and transparencies. We find rigor and haute-couture know-how in coats and trench coats, gowns illuminate in embroidered fabrics with studied transparencies. Exclusive jacquards of the season are golden, in geometric lotus patterns, or are tachism of the 1940s, just like this great dress
Black taffeta embroidered with gold sequins.
The bride wears a large bare coat and ample on a lace sheath with geometric inlays to improve the curves of the body. A sexy and glamorous dress for the man with whom she is about to seal her destiny.
Credit: Julien Fournié/RRL