Thursday, 1 August 2013

Christophe Josse Fall 2013 Couture | Behind The Scenes

The Christophe Josse Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2013/14 is like a sartorial trip through the Far East. He infused his collection with deep silks in flowy cuts reminiscent of traditional Mongolian costumes, and a hint of Russia, apparent in floral embroideries on shawls. The daywear opted for billowing silhouettes and plenty of ruffle.
Romantic, sensual and delicate silhouettes, deliberately anchored in modernity - discover these wonderful 'Behind The Scenes' ...

The latter appeared on necklines, hemlines or round a cinch waist, spicing up otherwise pared down lines. Balloon sleeves and empire cuts accentuated the bohemian, airy comfort of the collection. As for the nightwear, Josse opted for more figure-revealing numbers, but always in a subtle, almost poetic way: a high waist discretely marked by a tone-on-tone belt, an occasional silk, or an asymmetrical gathering at the waist confirmed the designer's ability to create youthful yet fit-for-all femininity.

Christophe Josse joins in January 2011, the very closed circle of the Haute Couture (The association began as the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture, dates to 1868) which confers him the prestigious title of "grand couturier". At the end of 2008, he opens his Haute Couture House at 231 rue Saint-Honoré in Paris.

Selections by ANDREA JANKE Finest Accessories 

Christophe Josse
231, rue Saint Honoré, Paris
Phone: +33 1 4296 84 49 

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'"Flowers and colors are what women want from me,"  Giambattista Valli said before his couture show his fifth, the program notes reminded us. "That's what I give them, but every time I get inspired by something different."'

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