LEONARD Show- Women's CollectionAutumn/Winter 2018/19 in Paris (with interview)

Designer: Christine PhungInspiration: Iceland, the Northern Lights, the ice lakes, magnified by colours and prints. Collection: a touch of sportswear, a ski trend, with puffers, XXL quilted scares, zipped anoraks and sweaters worn over stirrup trousers. Fluid dresses, unfolding to become capes with drawstrings. Pleated skirts are worn underneath varsity jackets. To note: the first outfit, composed of a big red jumper and a flared skirt, the big puffer scarves and the half-moon shaped bags. Interview with Christine Phung: This inspiration comes from Iceland, the landscapes, the Northern Lights, but mixed with flowers and leaves from the tundra, where there’s autumnal colours, and the entire wardrobe is inspired by skiing and the technical clothes needed in the extreme cold, and I twisted either the volumes or the material. One part of the house’s DNA is colour, with lots of pink and red this season, purple and flashes of saffron yellow, like autumn leaves, and also icy, frosted blues. The 'flou' is also a key part of the house’s DNA, a lot of 'flou', draping and there I wanted evanescent dresses at the end for this woman becoming this fantasy landscape. Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)

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