Rue du Mail fall 2020 collection…Welcome to Paris Fashion Week! Yes, this is the perfect place where you can show off your effortlessly chic and cool sartorial approach. Time to have some fun and find out what are the hottest trends proposed by Martine Sitbon for the upcoming cold-weather season. The famous designer showcased the Rue du Mail fall 2020 line that addresses to a woman who has a carefree elegance and a modern sense of style that brings forth an intriguing mix of rock and femininity.
The brand is well-known for embodying an organic romanticism that is rooted in the Parisian essence and which is reinvented season after season in a never-seen-before way. So, Rue du Mail’s fall 2020 collection is a feminine one with a few tough accents. Just have a nosey!
“The essence of my taste has not changed drastically over the years; it has just evolved. With Rue du Mail, my goal is to capture what is Parisian chic with a modern attitude. I wanted to explore and realize a form of a truly independent Parisian fashion house, and not just another brand; what is important to me is the soul of creativity within, and that soul has roots in Paris,” renowned designer Martine Sitbon said in an interview with Un Nouveau Ideal.
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So, her Rue du Mail fall 2020 collection is filled with chic silhouettes with a special urban feeling. The line includes coats, knits, shift dresses, skirts, and suits characterized by an undeniable elegance and a particular wearable feeling. You’d be surprised of how cool these pieces are! Check them out!
The dusty color palette in Rue du Mail’s fall 2020 collection was spice up by floral motifs, embroideries and the already popular herringbone pattern. “My creations are for dreamers who live in the reality. They are the same people I see when I go out to a café and when I travel. This is my way to keep myself relevant, because I do not design for people that do not exist,” Sitbon said about the new Rue du Mail collection presented during Paris Fashion Week 2020.
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