First Day of Paris Fashion Week: Wardrobe Malfunction by Anthony Vaccarello

23rd September was the opening day for the Paris Fashion Week.The designer Anthony started his show that had designs with high slits. The slits were enough high to show off models’ undergarments. It was regarded as a ‘Misfire’ as described by many bloggers as well as editors. Vaccarello is a well-known designer in the field of fashion. He has played role of co-creative director of Versus Versace. For the same project he showed a well-done runway show at the New York Fashion Week. He did it with Donatella. For the second time in this season, Vaccarello is doing solo at Paris.

Ready-to-wear Spring/Summer 2015 collection by Vaccarello had a hot sailor theme. The concept was depicted through nautical stripes as well as with navy blue plus white-striped clothes.

The sailor theme looks much thought off if we look at the incident this way: The high slits which displayed undergarments of the models were put together with the help of snap hook or grommets. These grommets are usually found on boat. So it looks like that this sailor theme had seeped down till the slit! But we cannot rule out that showing off the undergarments was a deliberate attempt!

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Vaccarello has shown lot of experimentation with the material this season! The designer wrote his name on the dresses, shirts as well as on sweaters. This was done by techno-savvy way! He used laser-cutting plastic film and heat transfer method for fabric. To cope up with the casual attitude shown at Paris Fashion week the designer also showed off varieties like cropped denim along with cropped blazers.

We never know what the designer actually feels about this wardrobe malfunction. But with this incident of undergarments display his show has become talk of the town. And for this the designer must not have any objection, isn’t it?

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