AZ Factory’s Avant-Garde Garden Party Kicks Off Haute Couture Week in Paris

In the garden of the Fondation Cartier, models stand amongst tall flowers and grass in AZ Factory’s latest and greatest couture looks. The collection is defined by an artful and sophisticated interpretation of bold prints, sequins, and large cuts which mirror the elements of the space as if each look were a magnified homage to part of what makes this garden so lovely. The late morning sunshine casts shadows of dancing leaves on the ground and bounces off of sequin detailing, giving the looks a magical little sparkle. White butterflies flutter around wildflowers, matching the model’s white mascara. It is a gorgeous and refreshing collection which mixes elements of oversized and architectural design with refined surrealism in an understatedly bright pallet that embraces playful, botanical elegance. On this occasion, the worlds of what is naturally occurring and what has been painstakingly curated (
couture-iated?) melt together seamlessly and beautifully- an exciting omen for the week to come!


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Rianna Murray

American in Paris. Interested in Art and Fashion.