However, the last days I have been reading a lot of different opinions on the Haute Couture Spring/Summer collections of 2014, I loved the shows and wanted to share my thoughts on some of them.
First of all, my favorite: Chanel. I loved the silhouettes and proportions, the way the models sprinted down the stairs and didn't look dead at all but rather seemed to have fun. I specially loved the pastel colors and how the structured clothes contrasted with the sneakers the models were wearing.
On the other hand, while everyone seems to be loving Elie Saab, it just doesn't say anything to me. The dresses are without question beautiful and seemed to be taken of a fairy tale, and I would die to be able to wear something that beautiful at least one time in my life, but I personally just don't feel this kind of princess aesthetic. I rather much prefer to see more bizarre, risky outfits.
I also wanted to share with you the Jean Paul Gaultier Spring Summer Prêt-à-porter Fashion Show, because I think he is the only designer that can pull off a show that weird, messy and (kind of) tasteless, that still remains beautiful, interesting and very entertaining. (On the other hand, I wasn't really a big fan of the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Collection).