Best Fashion

by Asd fg (20.09.2021)

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In 2019 social and environmental issues became a big theme in the fashion industry and their impact was not only in terms of business but also runway collections.

Indeed, fashion collections reflect the social movements that occur in society. There are designers who execute the issue openly and there are also those who make it more imaginative.

Business is of course still the main point in the movement of this industry, but in 2019 this is also a turning point for designers to start being more sensitive and displaying positive messages in their designs. Although it is undeniable that there are still many who are misguided and lead to racism scandals. And some of the best Fashion collections in 2019 are not only interesting in terms of aesthetics and themes, but also the intentions and positive spirit behind them.

Valentino Haute Couture Spring 2019

Designer Pierpaolo Piccioli for the Valentino haute couture spring 2019 collection, inspired by the editorial pages of fashion magazines Ebony and Jet in the 1970s and the June 2008 issue of Vogue Italia. Specifically, the common thread of the three is the existence of black girls in the fashion realm. In the couture arena, black models rarely appear to dominate a show, if not in the context of African-style collections.

But Pierpaolo dared to break the stereotype. In addition to the row of volume couture dresses in elegant vibrant colors, the spirit of diversity that is carried makes it the best fashion collection in 2019.

Dries Van Noten Spring/Summer 2020

Collaboration is no longer about high street labels with designers. Dries Van Noten invited legendary designer Christian Lacroix to design with him. Aesthetically, the two have differences. Dries loves the juxtaposition of masculine and feminine, and Lacroix is ​​known for his glamorous, classic design in a play of light colors.

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