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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, May 11, 2021.
Haute Couture’s Fall 2021 season (July 5-8th) can have an in-person audience:
I think they meant to write 'safe' or 'basic' or even 'dull' season....electrifying seems out of place lol!
Guest members this season are Aelis, Azzaro Couture, Balenciaga, Charles de Vilmorin, Christophe Josse, Georges Hobeika, Imane Ayissi, Julie de Libran, Pyer Moss, Rahul Mishra, RVDK Ronald Van Der Kemp, RR331, Vaishali S, Yuima Nakazato and Zuhair Murad.
from wwd. Rucci is in the list
Even if I do not have high hopes for this upcoming season, it is nice that they are opening up a bit for who can show during the week. I hope to be proven wrong !
I still hope for a show that makes me somewhat dream, even if it's just a little. I am starved with the couture shows nowadays.
So Balenciaga is back to couture week for the first time in ages? And with Demna? I do love his random Balenciaga archive pieces, but I am highly skeptical about this debut couture collection. At the same time, I am asking the question: What do people expect from Balenciaga Haute Couture in 2020s? Do we really need another Dior/Chanel mess this time? Above all, I think I am most looking forward to the comment in our TFS threads, which I believe is more exciting than those collections.
Balenciaga is obviously the most exciting name around and I’m actually curious to see what Demna can do and it this will be a way for him to refresh his aesthetic.
I hope Theyskens will finally have a proper show. I know Ralph Rucci will deliver and I do have hopes for Gaultier by Sacai.
I don’t know why Pyer Moss is showing during Couture. You have the opportunity to make NYFW relevant again and you decides to show in a very important Couture season.
With Kim Jones, Matthew Williams and Demna Gvasalia debuts, haute couture weeks about to have a new iconic Trilogy. Can't wait.
I have read "toxic Trilogy" and I am sure if that was a Freudian slip...
^It will be like mixing Vodka, Whiskey and Gin...in a single glass.
Gaultier by Chitose Abe could be quite fascinating, late 80s JPG set the stage for the layered urban aesthetic she's known for and it will be refreshing to not see cabaret costumes for once.
Looking forward for Rucci!
The Three Stooges? The Three Blind Mice? The Three Little Pigs? I think all can easily apply here.
Whats up with margiela? Where is Galliano, is there a nonsense lost of creativity in this time?
This is good news!
Haute Couture will officially have eight in-person runway shows, with the rest remaining digital: