La Metamorphose staged its fall/winter 2021-2022 runway show at Paris Fashion week. Madame Butterfly, as the collection is named featured richly colored gowns, translucent textiles, and incorporated the namesake theme into varied pieces. This was the most understated collection I’ve seen from La Metamorphose to date. Neither my editor-in-chief or myself are fond of clichés, however La Metamorphose’s fall/winter collection made an excellent declaration of how less is more. Feminine menswear is one of my favorite areas of style, thusly I’m usually drawn to any brand that incorporates it in its seasonal collections.
La Metamorphose consistently creates seasonal collections that remind me why they’re the renowned brand that they are.
Very likely my favorite show of Paris Fashion Week, La Metamorphose created a memorable collection that had a strong selection of standout pieces that are nothing short of red-carpet worthy. This La Metamorphose runway showing seemed to softly build towards something.
Each look was a little more elaborate than the last, creating a sort of aesthetic symphony that continually built on itself, leading to an opulent crescendo. The only con with the La Metamorphose fall/winter collection is that there simply wasn’t enough. While that may or may not be much of a closing analysis on a collection, I found myself wanting to see more of what was presented.