Anthony Vaccarello - Défilé Femme Automne/Hiver 2015/16 in Paris with interview

Anthony Vaccarello stays true to his style: a sharp silhouette, with clean and defined cuts. A season punctuated with a rock influence and a touch of punk. Stars, metallic fringing, rivets and studs adorn the clothes, for a Far West urban spirit. Asymmetric tops, bias miniskirts, little tight-fitting jackets, belted waists, a play with lengths and pleats, the designer loves deconstructed silhouettes. Here, the woman is irresistible and embraces her femininity.Interview: Caroline de Maigret: The specificity of Anthony was having these very structured lines, and like from a Belgian school which he’s from, all whilst being very sexy, which is quite rare to mix the two, it’s like a certain rigour with the cuts and the very defined cuts and at the same time very sexy.I really liked the first ten models, which were very rock’n’roll, almost a bit punk that I thought were really beautiful, very black, a bit strong...It’s not vulgar it’s just for the women who have the power, it’s not for young girls, the clothes by Anthony are for strong women.Music from the show

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