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ANAIS JOURDEN Show - Women's Collection Autumn/Winter 2018/19 in Paris (with interview)

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Designer: anais makinspiration: for her first show, the designer who comes from hong kong and who studied at studio berçot in paris, delivers an accomplished collection, playing with the codes of femininity, which she enjoys transgressing from to create her own style, blending modernity with arts craft with some pieces created by hand. collection: the dresses play with volumes and transparency through different layers of tulle. other models are surprising, with a fishnet aspect, which happens to be transparent lace worked even onto short bermuda-style cycling shorts. the appearance of baby pink crushed velvet, notably on a fluid ‘pyjama’ ensemble, showing the designer’s willingness to dare and propose new paths, just like these threads used to create feather effects, made with wool and incorporated metallic threads.to note: the revisited puffer, in baby blue or powder pink + the white shirt with a huge bow at the collar. interview: anaïs mak :the brand has always been really obsessed with all kinds of feminine aspirations so we also took that as a departure for the season, and this time we’re doing a show so we really wanted to also make our statements really coherent and really clear so that’s something that we’ve departed from. the contrast with lightness and textures and weight is always something that we’re really interested in working on even through different seasons so for summer we have feather fabrics that would kind of be really rich but soft at the same time so even for winter more so we can play around with those coats a lot and i really enjoy that. i really like working on drama like a dramatic subject but in a very straightforward way i think that’s kind of a contrast and just the position is what makes it interesting. music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)