Christophe Josse, a Parisian Couturier in his early forties, recently presented a few of his Pret-a-porter 2010 models together with his Haute Couture winter collection.

He History of Art but having this habit of drawing silhouettes, he tempted by his fate. He’s worked for the House Louis Ferraud but also as Creative Director of the House Torrente.

The Look

Slightly tinted with classical historical references, his creations are soft, vaporous and romantic. The designer is well known for his sublime wedding dresses, which are often transparent, playfully exposing and concealing the body. Carefully respectful of the female silhouette and with a preference for uncommon classical porcelain-like beauties, much unexpected in fashion nowadays, Josse’s cuts express femininity in its most innocent and unveiled nature.

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