The month of September has always been the catwalk month, and the last one we have been able to enjoy is the Paris Fashion Week, where we have been able to learn about the proposals that firms and designers bring us for the next spring-summer season 2013.
Paris It has always been considered one of the cradles of fashion, design, elegance and style, concepts that we have seen on the catwalk during these days that its Fashion Week has been celebrated.
We have made a selection of the collections that we have liked or impacted the most during these days so that you can also enjoy them:
La Dior Homme spring-summer collection It takes us to the night and to the city through its colors. Intense night blue is the most predominant color in this collection. Transmit firmness, elegance and serenity, a set of characteristics that at the same time are transmitted to man.
Monochromatic outfits could be seen on the catwalk, which were only broken by the shoelaces. A small detail that stands out from the rest and that does not go unnoticed.
The two-color combinations in gray and black they are the other strong point of this collection. Jacket suits, sets made from classic vests or even sleeveless jackets.
Jackets and garments for rainy days are also included among the proposals, thinking about the first unstable months of that season. As accessories, the maxi handbags stand out, perfect both for a trip and for a day of work and gym.
One of the most rebellious and impressive collections came from the hand of Givenchy. In general, the collection breathes a youthful, modern and urban air with a lot of personality.
The religious motives They are the central theme of this collection, and can be seen reflected in most of the firm's proposals. Images of saints and virgins are mixed with the highest quality fabrics, transparencies and prints.
Although we can see small nuances of colors in some of the garments, even within the same proposals. The black and white pairing is the focus of all eyes on the collection. Monochromatic or combined looks, overlays of skirts over pants and asymmetrical shirts, climbed on the catwalk during Paris Fashion Week.
Kenzo proposes us for the next spring-summer season 2013 a more adventurous line and sports, but without leaving aside its more urban side.
Although some proposals maintain their more classic part, the jacket suits are shortened for the warmer months, thus achieving an informal look prepared for any adventure.
For Kenzo it is military style It is not a trend that ends as soon as this autumn-winter ends, it continues to bet on it and includes it in its proposals in different versions. It is evident that the camouflage print it takes most of it, but the combinations of fabrics, military green and earth tones, are protagonists in the entire collection.
Maison Martin Margiela
Maison Martin Margiela bet on the white for the next season. A collection that transmits purity, elegance and tranquility. This effect was achieved through the color and the simple lines that most of their garments follow.
To avoid looks so monochromatic and smooth, they introduce very soft colors in pastel tones that provide a relaxed contrast, but at the same time very consistent and balanced with the rest of the style.
The gray hues they are combined with white, sometimes achieving a certain futuristic air. The patterns open a gap in such a pure collection, but they are strongly included in some of the proposals, getting all eyes to focus on that specific garment.
The colors, the patterns and the eccentricity, arrived in Paris from the hand of the designer John Galliano. A very varied and versatile collection in which we can find all kinds of proposals, from the simplest to the most extravagant.
John Galliano widens the pants getting more movement through the bell legs and width from the waist. On the opposite side we find its narrower and straighter proposals, a style more in line with the classic jacket suits to which we are used.
Impossible prints that take us to the clouds and beach accessories more suitable for a kitchen than for the sea. The patterns also combine from the classic frame, which the designer proposes us in all its sizes; even marine prints in which shells are the protagonists.
Lanvin brings us closer to more sugarcane proposals and looks more rebellious. The narrow ties they replace the traditional ones achieving a visual effect of division in the shirts.
Once again comes the black and white combination, getting looks perfect for the spring months. Lavin is not very committed to prints, although when he does it they do not leave anyone indifferent, it is the piece that contributes some of the color notes of this collection.
What have been your favorites during Paris Fashion Week?