From Chanel and Dior to Maison Margiela and Alexandre Vauthier, 21st century Haute Couture was made to be worn
MOJEH’s Haute Couture AW18 photoshoot, Walk This Way, explores the endless opportunities to be found in 21st century Haute Couture styling.Take Maria Grazia Chiuri’s reinterpretation of the two-piece suit at Dior. Structured, sophisticated and entirely sublime for every day office attire. Or Maison Margiela’s athleisure inspired looks. This is haute sports at its finest.
Gone are the days of ball gowns and fairytale moments. Instead, couturiers are increasingly curating their collections for everyday, functional wear. And why not? Impeccable creations should be enjoyed after all. Certainly never hidden away.
Couture’s enfant terrible Alexandre Vauthier is presenting an endless array of high-octane, ‘give a damn’ dresses, perfect for any woman looking to make waves. Either way, it’s official – the traditional rules of Haute Couture are left wailing in the wind and instead, we’re in an age of 24/7 haute style.
Videographer: Christophe Evrard | Styling: Anna Klein | Model: Lea Issarni at Next Models | Hair stylist: Tobias Sagner | Make-up artist: Mayumi Oda | Brand manager: Kelly Baldwin/MOJEH Production
Full story photographed by Chantelle Dosser for MOJEH 62, out now