Anthony Vaccarello Fall 2016 RTW Reveals the Designer’s ‘Vision of Freedom’
It’s smoking hot in here, so take off all your clothes! Oh my, oh my, oh my! We have seen some really sexy, really sheer, really open, and out of this world pieces on the different Fashion Week runway shows, but none can come near the sexiness and sheer audacity of an individual wearing a mindless that looks more like a micro, with an intense plunge to the neckline that surpasses the abdomen and comes down closer to the space below the belly, the skirt kept closed and covering the essentials with some pretty lacing that looks like it can be undone at any time for some very easy access.
It appears that while plunging necklines have been a huge trend for 2015 and 2016, Anthony Vaccarello decided they do not plunge enough, cutting it even lower and reducing the amount of the chest shown, thus creating more of a sensual allusion. The laced up effects come in handy with plunging blazers, corseted skirts worn with tube tops and skin tight pants, asymmetrical bottoms, leather dresses, and so much more. There are some dresses with single sleeves and unraveling laces on the other side, skirts with a similar problem, and even those that have been tightened up but the lacing falls towards the center of the skirts.
We see lots of leather appear on the Anthony Vaccarello fall/winter 2016-2017 ready-to-wear presentation on the first day of the Paris Fashion Week, appearing as wraparound jackets, straight legged pants, pointed tow pumps, etc. Sexiness overload happens at the sight of the faux corset top underneath the black blazer and paired with some slouchy trousers. Then again, it gets pretty sexy to see a girl in an oversized blazer that looks quite manly, while the mesh tops showing off everything underneath make for a more modern creation in terms of the fashions. We might prefer to wear something to cover up a bit more underneath the mesh pieces, including the dresses that easily show off the chest underneath, while sheer shirts also come into play but stay hidden under cropped jackets, tucked into some severely cut up skin-tight pants.
Towards the middle of the collection, we get into some not so well cut out outfits that look more like a bunch of rags thrown together, while we soon get into some more lace, more chest shown through the plunging necklines and a lot more legs with those mini hemlines. Fur-lined jackets are totally in as we expected, while red and black combinations look as good as the black and white trend we have gotten used to of late.
As for the black lace dresses with the mesh embroideries, we can easily say that wearing a black pair of undies underneath was probably a grand idea. Come to think of it, it appears that black in general is the top color of choice for the fall and winter seasons of this year when it comes to the designer’s color palette.
Photos courtesy of Vogue