Celebrity Fashion: Monochromatic Silhouettes at Couture Week
According to the fashion weeks calendar, the end of January is the time to present the haute couture collections in Paris. The timing is therefore more than opportune, as we are a few weeks away from the Oscars ceremony. Friends of the house and stars in the running for an award descend on the City of Light to peek from the front row at the latest creations from the couturiers. Think Valentino, Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier, Armani, Fendi, to name a few.
The art of designing clothes is at its peak in the couture workshops, where each piece is made by hand. Of course, evening dresses are a dream, but the offer is much larger, including pieces for the day. The choice of outfits for the guests is therefore not insignificant and sets the tone for the vision of the season. Judging by the different silhouettes, monochromatic looks are the advice to follow.
And we do not hesitate, because this stylistic approach is easily interpreted.
Just like camel, gray lends an elegant and luxurious air to a look. In this case, this combination of a mouse gray funnel neck sweater, darker pants and a medium gray pea coat adopted by Amber Valletta at Fendi couture.
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A Japanese aesthetic emanates from this Fendi look that Shalom Harlow was able to brighten up with a tomato lip. The soft palette of the different pieces composes a fluid silhouette.
Singer Kylie Minogue paired her gold sequined Valentino tuxedo with a lemon yellow blouse and at the same time demonstrates the joyful combination of yellow and gold.
The secret to an all-black silhouette is the juxtaposition of textures, as Carla Bruni demonstrates so well here at the Armani Privé show.
Her Christian Dior outfit is out of season, but Rachel Zegler projects us into warmer days as a textured sand look will be welcome in the warm rays of the sun.
Classic pieces are revisited, like this Fendi coat that seems to be worn inside out by singer Rita Ora.
Singer Doja Cat, up for five Grammy awards, outdid herself at the Schiaparelli show as her makeup artist Pat McGrath and team covered her body in over 30 000 red crystals, all coordinated with her dress, her stole and her boots.
Remove the feather cuffs and this suit will go from evening to day. An impeccable look signed by Valentino and embodied by Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
Loosely cut jackets and wide trousers are the suit of the moment . Sarah Paulson opted for a Valentino model and approached it next to the skin, accessorized with multiple necklaces and a small handbag.
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When we think of monochromatic silhouettes, we often lean towards neutral colors, but as Kerry Washington demonstrated at the Fendi show, they can be invigorating. The actress opted for a fluffy sweater, a satin skirt and a neon green mini bag.
Sofia Carson chose a festive silver coat to discover the Valentino collection. Remember that silver sequins, studs and crystals go hand in hand!!!