August 15, 2020

Autumn-Winter 2012/2013 fashion: the flagship silhouettes of the podiums


The silhouette is the first thing you see on a person. By silhouette, we hear the cut of clothes in particular. The latter must be able to highlight the curves of our body. Close to the body, oversize, marked size ... Our clothes and their cuts say a lot about our personality. The winter fashion puts forward a paradoxical mix of androgynous cut and very feminine cut, everyone will find his account! Fans of the tomboy style will be adorned with jodhpur to endorse a very cavalier look and the more girly will see the 50s become their best ally look. There are other very feminine elements like the XXL belt at the edge of the corset that will reveal all our sensuality. The winter 2012 podiums also re-publish successful summer trends such as the peplum cups. The little basques characteristic of this type of clothing will come nestle in all our wardrobe (jacket, dress, skirt, pants ... will be set with a peplum cut). We reviewed all the winter 2012 podiums to find the pearls of the autumn of 2012.

The oversize coat trend
Exit the curved coats, this winter we put on big coats with falling or square shoulders of masculine inspiration. We do not hesitate to choose two sizes above to play the card XXL thoroughly! The waist is rounded and this coat is worn length knees or mid-thighs for maximum effect. This cocooning aspect seduces us particularly.
(From left to right: Chloe, Stella McCartney, Chanel)

The trend XXL belt
Halfway between the belt and the corset, this accessory highlights our dresses or our tops to display very slender silhouettes. The height of femininity, this type of belt will be essential to spend a winter 2012 trendy.
(From left to right: Acne, Hermes, Haider Ackermann)

The peplum trend
Basque dresses have invaded our summer dressing room, we are literally addicted to this trend. The Couture houses anticipate our desires by reworking the peplum cup in our winter wardrobe. The famous Basque come cheer our tops, our skirts and even our jackets. We particularly like the peplum cut for the volume it brings to our looks.
(From left to right: Carven, Lanvin, Dior)

The cavalier trend (jodhpur + leather boots)
This type of serious look, strict and a bit sporty lets us dream about a woman on her, a strong personality is hidden behind this outfit (at least the aspect that gives off this combination). Practical and chic at the same time the jodhpur jumpsuit and leather boots will be indispensable this winter. On some podiums, the jodhpur even tends to turn into baggy tightened at the ankle. The silhouette remains nevertheless identical.
(From left to right: Hermès, Givenchy, Gucci)

The trend skirt on pants
Originally rather reluctant to this type of silhouette (which is often associated with a miscalculation of the proportion game in our looks), we were perplexed when we discovered the skirt on the pants during the parade Chanel ! It turns out that it is nevertheless present in many other collections. Once the eye is used, we must admit that this silhouette has the potential to spend the winter in the court of fashionistas.
(From left to right : Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Hermes)

The baby doll trend / 50s
Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn continue to inspire us today. The 50s and their baby doll looks are on the scene this winter. Marked waist, flared skirt and refined shoulders characterize the hourglass silhouette typical of the 50s. The latter will wreak havoc accompanied by a nice pair of salomés.
(From left to right: Valentino, Dior, Lanvin)


Kate Moss photographed by Mario Sorrenti for Liu Jo Fall/Winter 2012-13 | FashionTV (August 2020)