Paris Couture Week, which ends on Thursday, continues to inspire, with collections that ensure that there’s still a place for luxury in fashion. The latest shows to prove that were Chanel, Martin Margiela and of the Brazilian designer Gustavo Lins, which took place earlier this week.
* In this edition, Karl Lagerfeld chose a cozy space on Rue Cambon, and the decor was inspired by Coco Chanel’s apartment. All to show a collection "beyond the simple", as he put it. The stylist bet on pastel shades, a more casual look and even a pair of jeans, which goes against what many people consider couture.
* Martin Margiela, on the other hand, created colorful pieces with floral prints, quirky and joyful. The maison played with volume, cuts and fabrics. A veritable explosion of color. Finally, Gustavo Lins found inspiration in geometry. Most of his pieces were black, and there were many coats and dresses. Very sober.