Karl Lagerfeld described his collection as a view of "tradition with future".
In fact, that is exactly what the fashion show transmited to us.
The tweed was there, the skirt and jacket combos were there as well, but something more modern gave a different taste to all of it: the high knee boots or the fabrics, for example.
Also, remembering the 60s, Lagerfeld added to most of his creations a large belt on the models' hips.
According to Nicole Phelps, "after collections devoted to Russian fairy tales and American literature, Ulyana Sargeenko turned to orthodox architecture and priests' vestments as inspiration for her third couture show".
We could see bell silhouettes, ruffled collars, covered arms, lots of black, a bit of cardinal-red and velvet.
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