Courrèges Fall Winter 2019 - Paris Fashion Week

Courrèges Fall/Winter 2019 – Paris Fashion Week


Showcased under the igloo-like cupola of the Espace Niemeyer, the headquarters of the French communist party, the Courrèges Fall/Winter 2019 collection by Yolanda Zobel – the German designer took over creative direction of the brand owned by Artémis, the family holding company of French billionaire businessman François Pinault, in February 2018 – was largely dominated by arctic white. The white tones shifted to black, brown, rust, red and kaleidoscopic illustrations.
As a starting point for her collection, Yolanda Zobel used Courrèges’ colorful drawings of the early 1970s, whose flexibility and freedom of feminine silhouettes give a glimpse of an avant-garde vision seeking to blur gender, race , ethnicity and age. In the contemporary interpretation of Vava Dudu, voluptuous feminine forms evoked sexual liberation and joy once printed on the fabric, became anarchic and whimsical patterns, highlighting the vitality that emerges from this new era of the house Courrèges.


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