Fall Couture 2014

Alexandre Vauthier

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Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014

Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014

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  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014
  • Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014

Alexandre Vauthier Couture Fall 2014

Alexandre Vauthier is weaning himself off the dazzle of disco, and embracing resplendent reality.

Alexandre Vauthier is weaning himself off the dazzle of disco and embracing resplendent reality. He put a greater emphasis on day looks this season, pouring his precision-cutting skills into great tailoring.


Cropped carrot pants came with a particularly high waist, mimicking a tuxedo cummerbund and telegraphing a sexy, cool attitude. Vauthier unleashed his inventiveness by proposing seven styles of suit jackets, ranging from boxy-shouldered numbers to others with asymmetric lapels, all cropped and worked close to the body.


Though there were plenty of flashy evening options such as a one-shouldered romper embroidered in oxblood crystals, it was Vauthier’s craftsmanship that came to the fore. Lace embroidered with python and mink — shaven, then laser-cut to resemble lace — were among the standout techniques.

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