The Guy Laroche fall 2020 collection is one of the collections that impressed at this Paris Fashion Week 2020 edition. It seems like the the new options borrow some of the edgy masculine vibes seen at Milan Fashion Week yet in a classy allure that feels a lot softer. The inspiration for the latest Guy Laroche fall 2020 collection was Marlene Dietrich and brought both spectacular feminine pieces and amazing masculine notes with a easily distinguishable modern allure.
With a multitude of spectacular options plenty which aim to satisfy both the need for drama and the timeless elegance that has become of the defining characteristics of the brand, the Guy Laroche fall 2020 collection feels surprisingly fresh and wearable even through there are plenty of pieces which would test the limits of most fashionistas with their boldness, particularly sheer blouses. The preference for leather as a way to make a statement is still beautifully reflected in the new season options spotted at Paris Fashion Week, strengthening the belief that leather pieces will be an important part for fall/winter 2020.
The Guy Laroche fall 2020 collection brought plenty of exciting alternatives that were rarely seen so far: color blocking and explicit military influences are a few examples. The label also brings deep necklines back into the spotlight bringing plenty of body fitting pieces that are sure to make a strong impression every single time. The focus on well defined proportions is clearly highlighted in each of the new offerings, being by far the hottest new tendency of the new season.
If at first the collection was focused on daywear, towards the end the looks were more focused on glam alternatives which will definitely steal the spotlight with the multitude of spectacular touches that combine boldness and sophistication with statement-making elements that are sure to put you in the spotlight. Whether you’re a conservative dresser or you prefer plenty of fab edgy touches, the new collection can be a fabulous source of inspiration for the colder months to come.
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