Volumes have always made their impression on designer clothes. and for next season, it is the hips which are to be highlighted by the effects of materials and new dimensions. (itw). with its rounded finish, the `bar' jacket by christian dior remains the example of perfect clothing and by which many designers seem to be inspired. at lanvin, alber elbaz plays with it by creating waves on his tops and dresses. for thom browne, it is all about new experiments. (itw). of course to a lesser extent, you can choose mini-undulations on the very refined bustiers and dresses at versace. dare even to go a step further by implementing this game of proportions on evening gowns.
haider ackermann : i wanted the silhouette to be defined from afar, one that we can understand, therefore to define the waist, i wanted it to be done like the drawings of a child, you make a triangle, you make a circle and you have the silhouette.
thom browne : i really just wanted to take the different body parts and exaggerate them, and construct them in the way not filling them in which would be the easier way, but really constructing it through the way that the body parts were made.
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