Paris Fashion Week
Paris Fashion Week is one of the most awaited fashion events of the year. It’s where the most influential fashion houses showcase their lastest collection and showcase the trends for the season to come. From the biggest trends to the most covetable collections, Most Expensive Homes decided to show you how you can bring Paris Fashion Week into your home decor.
Alexander McQueen’s legacy keeps being well represented by Sarah Burton, who designed a dreamy collection for the fashion house. This collection is not only great grom the fashion perspective but also from the sustainability point of view, which is something that the fashion industry still vastly lacks!
As dramatic as ever, the McQueen II is born from nature’s elements that have always inspired the collection. An homage to the late fashion designer and his bold statements, the brass chandelier features handmade brass leaves and is finished with Swarovski Crystals. A savage beauty that is the ultimate expression of luxury.
Balenciaga presented a collection that takes everyone to the very beginning of the brand – with crinoline dresses and bouncy silhouettes. Demna Gvasali chose a recreation of the European Parliament to present this collection to the world.
Dining has never been so stylish! a functional chair and an accent one. It is supported in a round polished brass base and then finished in velvet all along its iconic low-slung and crescent body. Mansfield Dining Chair will be the delight of all your guests when you invite them over for a feast.
Rick Owens brought into daylight a collection that looks like it belongs in a futuristic movie. Owen’s vision was a pointed criticism of the president of the USA, Donald Trump. His masterpiece was one of the most captivating collections of the week with the exaggerated silhouettes to the tabard skirts.
The perfect example of duality and contrast. Vinicius is an hourglass-shaped side table finely produced in Nero Marquina marble and polished Estremoz marble.
Loewe collection was also a stand out in the Paris Fashion Week. Romance and escapism are well present in their collections. Anderson’s vision for Loewe is that he wants the clothes he designs to be bought and worn. Design with high-quality and minimalist shapes are what the fashion house is going for next season.
The Black Diamond Luxury Safe reinterprets the quintessential diamond shape throughout contemporary design, a beautiful outcome of architectural thinking with elegant faceted lines. Safe structure built from wood with a black lacquered finish with a high gloss varnish coat. Its interior is divided into 3 sections, the top fitted with a watch winder box; the middle as a shelve with a gold leaf finish, and the bottom section fitted with a certified safe box.
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