From opening and closing looks featuring a map print and a gradation of colour intensity, to loose silhouettes which conveyed freedom, Chitose Abe’s Sacai show delivered a hybrid synergy unlike anything we’ve seen this season. The looks showcased ingenious pattern-making and bold experimentation—evident in half-knit, half-chiffon dresses, chiffon and feathered numbers, as well as structured yet easy separates—and were finished off with rope belts and carabiners for a refreshingly sporty take.
See all the highlights from Sacai Spring/Summer 2020 below.
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@alexandermcqueen was an exquisite collection that celebrated collaboration, with embroidery over sketches by students of Central Saint Martin's. Also extravagantly gorgeous were @GiambattistaValli and @schiaparelli. @givenchy and @stellamccarney gave us looks that were effortless cool. @sacai blurred the boundaries of clothing archetypes. See these and so much more in today's episode of #BazaarDaily#pfw #harpersbazaarsg #paris #parisfashionweek