Everyone loves a comeback, and for Paris Fashion Week, all eyes are on Vionnet. Today marked the return of the label that was bought in Feb 2009 by the Italian industrialist Matteo Marzotto. Swide reveals the tweets from those that have just seen the collection.
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The House of Vionnet was opened in 1912 by Madeleine Vionnet who quickly became known as, “the Queen of the bias cut” and became famous for her Grecian-style dresses. New designer Rodolfo Paglialunga showcased the Spring 2010 collection at the Musée de l’Homme based on the concept of “easy, yet catchy” versatile pieces that are easy to wear and personalize.
Vionnet collection by Rodolfo Paglialunga was homage to Madame V: rectangular squares sewn together to create draping, Most in silk. New York Time’s the Moment Blog
New Vionnet collection is beautiful. Very feminine, still sexy, and true to the heritage of the house Grazia Daily UK
Just saw Vionnet collection. Clever blend of versatile (most items can be worn 2-3 ways) and fashion. Christine Binkley, WSJ
In Paris at the Madeleine Vionnet exhibit at Les Arts Decoratifs. Incredible, modern, not a single fastening on any of her dresses. Booth Moore, LA Times
Rodolfo Paglialunga told WGSN that his Vionnet collection is based on the idea of a scarf – draped around the body to create tunics WGSN
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