3 Adroit Designers Who Made The Runway Aura Flabbergasted At Paris Fashion Week F/W WOMEN 20/21

By Christina Valérie Henningstad, Fashion Photo-Journalist, Paris


Throughout the design month in Paris, many significant brands and individual designers show their dreams for the following season and keeping in mind that each show and introduction features fashion designers inventive dreams, together they conjecture another wave of design slants that will positively be assuming control over road style and your storage room in only a couple of months. In spite of the fact that such huge numbers of looks have advanced down the runways, we've discovered a couple of fall style patterns for 2020 showcased at Oxford Fashion Studio's runway shows during Paris Fashion Week, that appears to be certain to be everywhere in the not so distant future.


1. LONTESSA - Singapore

Singapore-based designer Tessa Lont launched "Lontessa" in 2014. The AW20 collection was true to her signature style of thoughtful engagement with sustainability in materials and the elevated life cycles of her garments. Passionate about honouring materials and practice, Lont introduced possum fur outerwear to the globe and into the luxury sphere. Silks and sequins dominated the couture collection “Buried Treasures” in plums, seaweed greens, sunset blues.

Photographer: Christina V Henningstad (Founder, Catwalkshows) | Photo Assistant: Serguei Chatel | Show Management: Oxford Fashion Studio | Location: INTERCONTINENTAL LE GRAND, PARIS | Press Team: The Riviere Agency


2. PAVLINA JAUSS - Bulgaria

The Bulgarian designer, Pavlina Jauss, was inspired by the traditions, mythology and history of the various cultures on this planet when creating the collection. The designer’s Hamburg, Germany studio birthed a collection of interesting dresses, separates and jackets with interesting details and the perfect blend of structure and unique draping. The collection “Antitheses” consisted of sustainable handcrafted fashion in fabrics of leather and knitted wool in an earth tone colour palette of black, white, mustard, and blue. 

Photographer: Christina V Henningstad (Founder, Catwalkshows) | Photo Assistant: Serguei Chatel | Show Management: Oxford Fashion Studio | Location: INTERCONTINENTAL LE GRAND, PARIS | Press Team: The Riviere Agency

Designer Pavlina Jauss (Right) with model wearing her design | Photo: Christina V Henningstad
3. RAMIL & PUJALTE - Spain

Spanish based designers Carmen Ramil and Gemma Pujalte, the phenoms behind the label Ramil & Pujalte presented a stunning collection entitled “Klimt”  featuring tailormade pieces with intricate detailing that felt fresh and couture. The fabrics, made in-house, such as silk and plexiglass resulted in a sculptural and artistic collection that felt wearable and elevated. Inspired by Gustav Klimt, the designers used rigid materials such as metal and methacrylate, along with cotton and acetate to create ornamental garments. The concept of opposites dominated the colour palette showcasing black versus white, gold versus silver and translucent versus opaque.

Photographer: Christina V Henningstad (Founder, Catwalkshows) | Photo Assistant: Serguei Chatel | Show Management: Oxford Fashion Studio | Location: INTERCONTINENTAL LE GRAND, PARIS | Press Team: The Riviere Agency

Designers Carmen Ramil and Gemma Pujalte | Photo: Christina V Henningstad

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