Alexis Mabille latest autumn / winter 2017-18 dress fashion release earlier in Paris Fashion Week, let us optimistic, we hope that the atmosphere of peace can be predicted. Bowtie-lover Alexis Mabille’s fashion show in Paris Fashion Week, fashionable can operate peacefully and quietly, but reminds us of the strong influence and inspiring attitude.
He told ladepeche. Fr, his new series “reflects a desire for peace, eager to celebrate femininity and beauty”. He also revealed Alexis Mabille fall / winter 2017-18 clothing collection for everyone because he hates “the idea of letting people side”. Democracy fashion designer Alexis Mabille has just launched a series of dream separations that can easily be reinterpreted as a whole, he likes the most fashionable concept, needless to say.
For these reasons, he took a completely different style icon, as well as a distinct but complementary theme, as the latest collection of the main source of inspiration to put one of his most diverse and attractive fashion shows. Soko, Dita Von Phenomenon and Audrey Marnay both, in fact, his inspiring autumn / winter 2017-18 moodboard, which inevitably explains why the collection of a lot of strong attention to the sweetheart neckline, pure embroidery patterns and countless The number.
As for the artistic sources of inspiration, French designer Alexis Mabille surrounded himself with religious iconographies, classic Parisian-inspired aesthetics and works from French cubist artist Georges Braque, which all together helped the overall collection exude some of its most peaceful, harmonious and coherent accents.
Transposed to fashion, all of these patterns brought three major motifs to the line-up, accordingly. Firstly, not noticing the dove embroideries on the sweatshirts, shirts and skirts is basically impossible. Cute and jocose at the same time, they will also very likely become Alexis Mabille’s signature trademarks from this exciting Paris Fashion Week, so we definitely expect to see them on every social media starting from September this year.
Secondly, the iconography-inspired motifs got Alexis Mabille trapped in a world made of warm gold colors, crisply-contoured figures and soft light-blues, with the latter being one of Christianity’s most important hues in both liturgical ceremonies and iconographic works. The theme of the colors was a pattern that also had a lot to do with Mabille’s fascination with Georges Braque, who before experimenting with Cubism was a leading figure in the Fauvism movement, the use of colors of which was extremely important and often saturated.
Lastly, the Alexis Mabille fall/winter 2017-18 ready-to-wear collection really filled us with a plethora of inspirations in terms of the Parisian-inspired look, too, as he took the standard frilled hems, pleated lines and relaxed cuts and translated them to their most contemporary counterparts, often maximizing the silhouettes and juxtaposing their ethereal silhouettes with more textured fabrics. Whether one will opt for a bomber jacket or a cocktail dress, all of these latest proposals of Alexis Mabille will look utterly feminine and optimistic, indeed.