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Vogue Paris Collections HS Automne - Hiver 2016

Le magazine des tendances de ce qui fait la mode des femmes. Le magazine qui réinvente de manière chic, élégante créative, passionnée, extraordinaire les tendances d'aujourd'hui et de demain.

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France
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French
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Les Publications Conde Nast SA
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éditorial

Quatre villes , quatre semaines de shows , des dizaines de défilés , des centaines de showrooms , et le meilleur est là: dans ce Vogue Collections condensant à lui seul l’essentiel de la saison . De grandes maisons en marques challengers , quels sont les designers qui se sont distingués , les looks qu’on a eu envie d’adopter , les accessoires qu’on a immédiatement repérés? La réponse est à trouver au fil de ces pages , qui invitent aussi à une plongée en coulisses de la fashion week . On y croisera des personnalités comme Ashley Brokaw , la directrice de casting lanceuse de tops , Pat McGrath , la make-up artist qui règne sur les tendances , ou encore Justin O’Shea , buyer star au look de hipster…

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on duty

MARNIPRADAMAISON MARGIELA.Military coats are back in their most quintessential form: fatigue-colour khaki, free of embellishments for parades or officer’s decorations. While Prada adds a white corset as a tribute to WWII nurses, Marni offers a more graphic restructuring, and Maison Margiela creates a hybrid version with dainty ultra-feminine flouncing. ■…

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maxi

HOOD BY AIRLACOSTEDIOR.Everywhere to be seen on the runways were volumes that were “volumised”, as it were, by the fine art of disproportion. As seen at Dior, with over-oversized, yet strictly structured coats, at Lacoste, where giant dresses suggested après-ski living. And taken to the extreme, there were XL pieces from Hood by Air, with a wide variety of sleeves to choose from... ■…

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chequered

LOEWEBURBERRYBALENCIAGA.This winter’s ploys include chequerboard motifs, preferably giant-sized in woollen weave. And, above all, fearlessly sporting that all-over look. Exaggerated curves and 360° tailoring at Balenciaga, tomboy coats with a 70s’ edge at Burberry, and experimental tweed fringing (spiced up with ethnic neo-jewellery) at Loewe. ■…

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free ride

LOUIS VUITTONCOURRÈGESCHLOÉ.The biker spirit is back, reinterpreted with a luxe edge that never detracts from its inherent quest for freedom. Sixties colour palettes and rhythms from Courrèges, naturally; a sporting wardrobe for a digital heroine at Louis Vuitton. While Chloé gives a passing nod to Anne-France Dautheville, who in the Seventies plied four of the five continents solo. ■…

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cocktail party

PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINISAINT LAURENT PAR HEDI SLIMANEISABEL MARANT.The habit of dressing to go out has taken something of a backseat since the 80s, and the cortège of (asymmetrical) evening gowns accordingly confined to the wardrobe. Until their rehabilitation this season, that is, with a magnificent haute couture twist from Saint Laurent, a Palace Parisian nightclub mood from Isabel Marant, and a cross between Princess Diana and Siouxsie Sioux from Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. ■…

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