Gauchere RTW Spring 2021

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Gauchere RTW Spring 2021

Her broad shoulders and cinched waists, house signatures, were accentuated, sleeveless dresses given capped, padded shoulders, while shirt-like suit jackets, with a single button at the neck, hugged the waist and flared on the hips over pants so big they trailed the ground. Comforting earthy tones like russet and stone blue accentuated the juxtaposition of rigor and gentility that made for a particularly appealing proposition this season.

GAUCHERE is a French prêt-à-porter house founded in 2013 by the designer Marie-Christine Statz. Her vision is to create garments that point out the individual. At the heart of GAUCHERE is the art of tailoring, the appreciation of materials as they are and the translation in pure geometric structures and sculptural volumes. Marie-Christine’s intuitive designs are expressing the mood of today while aiming for permanence and timelessness.

The GAUCHERE woman is progressive. She is an active participant in today’s society. “Live and let live” is not just a phrase for her but an attitude towards life. She has her own style and knows what suits her.

Sean Mitchell

Author at Pynck

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