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Designer Anthony Vaccarello presented Saint Laurent’s Spring Summer 2019 collection at Trocadéro Fountains with rows of illuminated white palm trees, the Eiffel Tower as their backdrop and models splashing down the runway. The collection was infused with ’60s, ’70s vibes with velvet blazers, sheer, star-studded blouses, and black, seen on everything from sweeping evening gowns to tuxedos to shift dresses glittering with diamantes and embellished stars and hearts. See the full lineup below.
Marc Jacobs’ spring 2019 runway show started an hour-and-a-half late, presenting a collection that is a very light, sheer, pretty version of Fall. It can also be described as voluminous, in trapeze shapes, massive ruffles, pleated pants, bold shoulders, huge sleeves, enormous waist flowers. There was chiffon and sequins and lamé, gloves and bags and sparkly tights and Grace Kelly scarves. There were sling-back shoes with exaggerated pointed toes. There were little veiled Ascot hats.
“There are references to designers that have always inspired me and our past collections that have inspired me. Things that I continually go back to,” Marc Jacobs.
“I really don’t care if it’s new or old or modern or casual or dressy or whatever,” Jacobs said during a preview. “I think there are plenty of people dressing women to go to Starbucks. It’s not of interest to me. If you’re going to get dressed up, get dressed up. If you’re going to not get dressed, wear your sweats to go to Starbucks,” he said to Women’s Wear Daily.
See the entire lineup below.
Tom Ford kicked off New York fashion week Spring/Summer 2019 season by sending down the runway models Kaia Gerber, Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls in Tom Ford’s signature seductive glamour, in a dusky lilac, faded pink and smoky shades of black.
“I feel that fashion has somehow lost its way, and it’s easy for all of us to be swept up by trends that have lost touch with what women and men actually want to wear,” Tom Ford said. “So I didn’t want to make clothes that were ironic or clever, but simply clothes that were beautiful.”
The front row was seated by Tom Hanks with wife Rita Wilson, rap star Cardi B, Vogue high priestess Anna Wintour and Golding, the hero of “Crazy Rich Asians” and ideal personification of the Tom Ford man. Check out the full lineup below.