Viktor & Rolf a Paris Fashion Week Fall 2020
Excitement and anticipation surround the Paris Fashion Week 2020 and the fashionistas are already beginning to wonder what their favorite brands will bring. Viktor & Rolf at Paris Fashion Week constantly brought amazing alternatives to the table and naturally created great expectations in the process. The label has put plenty of stunning options to the table over the years, from ready to wear collection to accessories and even fragrances.
From fashionistas with an eye for fab designs which adequately combine several needs to A-list celebs, Viktor & Rolf has become a name synonym with sophistication and elegance. Among the celebs who fell in love with the brand’s creations are Rihanna’s one shoulder dress or Natalie Portman’s from the Golden Globes 2020 who we’ve seen looking spectacular in the label’s creations. Among the creations that stole the spotlight over the years, the spring 2020 shoes and the bags from the same season were among the best sellers from the label and some of our personal favorites in terms of accessories besides the many ready-to-wear options presented at previous Paris Fashion Week editions.
What will be theme of the newest collection? Will the new options match the vibe of the new season or will they serve as a contrasting element in the fall 2020 trends scene? The answer to these questions will be coming soon. The new Paris Fashion Week 2020 fashion show is scheduled to be presented at the Espace Ephémère Tuileries, Jardin des Tuileries, Paris 1er on March the 2nd starting with 1:30 pm in front of an anxious crowd.
Remembering some of the elements that proved a fabulous source of insights in the past can give a fabulous insight into what’s to come. For a full view of the label’s hottest offerings till the present season, visiting the label’s official website, viktor-rolf.com can be a great idea. We’ll watch the development of the new Paris Fashion Week 2020 edition and bring you updates on the Viktor & Rolf collection as soon as possible.
Photos via WWD