by Allyson Portee
  • 1 minute read
  • January 22, 2020
This Lebanese-Italian Designer’s Paris Haute Couture Show Was All About Sustainability And Shapes

Sustainability is a topic of great significance in fashion these days, and couture designers like Tony Ward are pulling up seats to the discussion. His Couture Spring-Summer 2020 collection, ‘Revive’ was made using vintage pieces, where most of the fabrics and dresses were upcycled and revived to create the various looks of the collection.

Set in central Paris at the Palais de la Decouverte, Tony’s show opened with jaw-dropping designs boasting magnificent detail and artistry, with a color theme ranging from pure white to aqua to bright yellow. The collection revolves around the idea of ‘soft’ geometry and draws inspiration from shapes, such as the Mandala. The sustainability aspect seeped in beautifully with the idea of circular philosophy and reusing materials. Superb, we say.

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