Azzaro Spring 2022 Couture Collection

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The Azzaro spring 2022 collection is in. See every look here:

Azzaro, Spring 2022 Couture

The Azzaro spring 2022 collection is in. See every look here:

Azzaro Spring 2022 Couture collection, runway looks, beauty, models, and reviews.

Olivier Theyskens has built an enviable reputation on romance. Edwardian-inflected hook-and-eye closures, frissons of lace, graceful gowns, and the perfect line have been leitmotifs of his work since the late ’90s, when he started his eponymous label in Paris. What have perhaps not been so closely associated with his sophisticated vision of femininity are sequins. But that’s changed since he took the top creative job at Azzaro two years ago, where he has been making couture—and embracing all things shiny.

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Edwardian-inflected hook-and-eye closures, frissons of lace, graceful gowns, and the perfect line have been leitmotifs of his work since the late ’90s, when he started his eponymous label in Paris. What have perhaps not been so closely associated with his sophisticated vision of femininity are sequins. “There’s this word in French for when you’re driving on a cliffside and you have the sudden urge to go off the road. But that’s changed since he took the top creative job at Azzaro two years ago, where he has been making couture—and embracing all things shiny. Roseberry notes it’s a presentation about loss. “I love the possibility to play with things I was more shy with in the past: paillettes, crystals, sequins,” he said, in a preview at the house’s head office in the eighth arrondissement. In French, the term is l’appel du vide and it’s not as hopeless as it sounds. “That’s a typical Azzaro thing, and I am discovering how beautiful it can be. So BMW is aiming instead for cars so esoteric, bold and distinctive that they seem to fully ‘own’ whatever effect they have on you, and they leave a lasting impression.

” Part of that is down to having established a good working relationship with the atelier team. “I think that’s what this spaciness felt like to me,” he explained, surrounded by orbital dresses and planetary bags in his Place Vendôme salons. So, did volume. “When you understand the culture, what [the atelier] knows how to do, you can be confident when you do a design, it will be done properly.” And, having carefully absorbed the meticulously preserved archive of press cuttings depicting an impressive roster of ’70s It-girl fans (Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot, Romy Schneider, Dalida), Theyskens has mastered making ornamentation feel easy.” As Omicron put a damper on post-pandemic prospects this winter, Roseberry escaped into space cinema: Dune, Prometheus, Interstellar, Arrival . “It’s imprinted in me, this notion: It’s a couture house, but it’s not an haute couture house,” he explained. All we needed, I realized, was black, white, and gold — yet it wasn’t so much a return to basics as it was a move towards the elemental. “It doesn’t have the rules from haute couture. It’s a mindset that comes natural at Schiaparelli where surrealism goes hand-in-hand with existentialism. And the longer I looked at the iX, the more I saw the story of the development of the modern BMW i brand being retold in its design.

Most of the dresses are very simple, it’s just about the body shape.” Fluidity was the watchword for the season, and it permeated the metallic-flecked knitted tunic-and-trouser combinations and louche, sheeny suits in moody shades of gray, caramel, and Russian blue. “We kept saying ‘Planet Schiaparelli’: I wanted to do something that looked totally unlike anybody else.com Cue the circular sun symbolism, creepy golden creatures resembling James Cameron’s The Abyss. Most memorable were the floor-length evening dresses, cut to expose the back, their skirts left long and dramatic, some with deep Vs at the neck and barely-there straps trimmed with crystals. They were reminiscent of the kinds of gowns Charlize Theron, Cate Blanchett, and Halle Berry wore on the red carpet in the early 2000s, and fit with the current thirst for Y2K without compromising on refinement.” Roseberry exercised his objective in creations forged in the images of the galaxy and the science fiction we relate to it. “It has a glamour, an ease, but there is not a lot of construction,” Theyskens said. You find a chunky two-spoke steering wheel, a low sloping dash and a lowish scuttle offering good all-round visibility.

Despite these COVID-stricken months of scaled back red-carpet events, he’s found particular success with menswear, which is appealing to an increasingly flamboyant client. Like previous seasons’ breastplates, Schiaparelli will cast them on the client’s body in-house. Highlights included a spangled take on a pinstriped suit, the stripes picked out in silver sequins; and a black paillette-strewn two-piece suit paired with a liquid vinyl roll-neck. Some of the most spectacular pieces in the showroom, though, won’t make the edit for the film which served to showcase the spring 2022 collection in lieu of a show.) A Medusa dress debuted a new technique developed for the collection in which wet gold leather had been stretched and moulded over clay sculptures of the house’s emblems-the lock, the lobster, the dove—which had then been latticed into a mind-blowing jeweled cage and encrusted with cabochon stones from the 1930s. “People are looking for the new language. But I want to keep working also on the retro-vintage, which I love,” Theyskens said. A matter of exposed crin gathered around the shoulders of a minidress in black silk crepe and bounced like tentacles as the model moved down the runway of the Petit Palais. Maybe they’re just referencing what they’ve got, adding intrigue and familial character where they can.

Clients are starting to seek out made-to-measure services in one-to-one appointments, and requesting remakes of pieces from the archive. He is considering remaking the famous chainmail and crochet blouses from the 1970s. Interestingly, if you removed the science fiction elements, you’d be left with a series of sophisticated black dresses more lightly imbued with what Roseberry referred to as “aerodynamic” details, like the stretched-out neckline of Kiki Wilhelm’s black twill bustier. But all in good time. “At the moment,” he said. After a year of celebrity exposure—Lady Gaga, Adele, Cardi B—that has catapulted Roseberry’s look for Schiaparelli into the consciousness of a new audience he wanted to pull back. “I put my choice on things that feel a little more timeless. But moreover, it doesn’t take itself too seriously; not inside or outside.

” Collection . “How do we illicit the same emotional response that we get from the couture without volume and without color?” It’s why—stripped to their core—his little dresses and jackets were almost down-to-earth in a collection literally based on the opposite.