Unveiling his Fall/Winter 2020 couture collection digitally on July 7, 2020 as part of Paris Haute Couture Week, Alexandre Vauthier proposed a retro-futuristic look without looking sci-fi.
Bold and unapologetic, the sleeves are exaggerated, the waist is small, the trousers are generously cut. But the dresses fit like a glove even when they are adorned with the hyperbolic ruffles.
Simply titled, “Alexandre Vauthier Presents Fall/Winter 2020 Couture Collection,” the images were shot in both New York by Inez and Vinoodh and in Paris by Karim Sadli, with overall creative direction by Franck Durand.
Since the launch of his Haute Couture range in 2009, his luxurious and futurist fabrics, Parisian savoir-faire and complete vision of the female body have allowed Alexandre Vauthier’s creations to seduce clients and press alike. Numerous articles and celebrities have endorsed the work of this talented designer, who trained alongside Thierry Mugler and Jean Paul Gaultier.
The essence of the Alexandre Vauthier style has been available for the past four years in ready-to-wear form, with looks inspired by the catwalk as well as must-have basics – fitted knits, milano jersey dresses – always worked with the same focus on cut and fabric. Vauthier’s garments are made in France, a further sign of quality and support for a unique craftsmanship and artisan know-how.
Photos courtesy of Alexandre Vauthier