Spring Summer 2024 couture collection « Les Jardins de Luisa Casati »
Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week

Lena Erziak showcases a collection inspired by the extravagance of Marquise Luisa Casati. Luisa left her mark on her era with extravagant events, including luxurious and extravagant balls characterized by opulence. She effortlessly navigated both high society and avant-garde artists. Luisa, known for her eccentricities and beauty, earned a reputation as a femme fatale, captivating audiences by strolling with leashed cheetahs and adorning herself with live snakes as jewelry. Her legendary soirées featured exotic animals, making her a patron of prominent fashion designers. In Venice and Capri, she hosted extravagant parties, declaring her desire to be a “living work of art.”
In the former Robert de Montesquiou residence, she hosted all the high society of Paris in the winter garden of the residence.

It is in this garden that we discover Lena Erziak’s collection, made up of feathers in abundance but also silk chiffon, organza, silk taffeta and duchess satin. Looks with extravagant and perfectly executed volumes, in shimmering and punchy Colors, made for a « femme fatale », glamorous, strong and with character. This 100% made in France collection required all the French couture know how such as feather workers and corset makers.

Credit Courtesy Of LENA ERZIAK


Spring Summer 2024 couture collection
Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week

Robert Abi Nader’s return to Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week is an ode to diversity and inclusion. Drawing inspiration from art, design, and history, the designer showcases style, precision, and modernity in this new collection.

From embroideries to drapes, Swarovski crystals to precious stones, and pearls, each creation required hundreds of hours to come to life. Throughout this collection of 40 looks, satin blends with organza, lace, and silk gazar. The corset is impeccable, the jacket falls perfectly, and the colors are radiant: green, yellow, blue, pink, white, red. Black surprises in small touches.

For the first time, Robert Abi Nader presents 6 innovative men’s looks, breaking away from the stereotype of men’s suits by combining jackets with abayas, refreshing the contours of men’s fashion.

The Grand Finale presents a majestic hand-embroidered bridal gown, crafted in the designer’s workshops.

Credit Courtesy Of ROBERT ABI NADER


Spring Summer 2024 couture collection « Lune d’Or »

Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week

Once upon a time, Altyn Ay was a princess, the spoiled younger daughter of the creator of Heaven. Her beauty was illuminated by the light of the moon whose name she bore, and the shine of the stars was reflected on her eyelashes. Her laughter resounded in the sky in a thousand melodic echoes, she was always so cheerful and beneficent.

Her favorite game was playing swing on the moon. At nightfall Altyn Ay was going to earth to play with the little girls, to help them fall asleep, leaving them generous gifts such as pearls, diamonds and emeralds.

And since then Altyn Ay – Golden Moon – has been revered as the symbol of beauty and fidelity to the traditional feminine virtues of Turkic culture.

The inspiration for the Spring Summer 2024 Couture collection is a magical fairy tale, enveloped in the enchanting breath of the Orient, adorned with original Kazakh designs. The designer visited Paris last summer, and was inspired by the chic and elegance of French culture and architecture. The idea came to mix these French inspirations with Kazakh handmade know-how.

This unusual symbiosis between European culture, Kazakh traditions and Eastern art has made it possible to create outfits in which every woman can feel like a true queen!

Velvet, jacquard & chiffon are the preferred materials. The looks are adorned with rich handmade embroidery. Also note the original prints created in Nurshah’s atelier. This is a variation of the oriental “Paisley” print, in which the designer has woven traditional Kazakh ornaments.

This collection is a living embodiment of the generous and beautiful soul of the Kazakh people and their love for world art heritage.

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