Shalom Harlow is the loin, Irina Shayk the lion and Naomi Campbell the she-wolf in Dante's Inferno according to Daniel Roseberry for this Schiaparelli Haute Couture spring summer 2023 thanks to hyper-realistic replicas in resin and fake fur
The dark forest comes to life in Paris, so Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli Haute Couture spring summer 2023 reinterprets Dante's Inferno, while the three fairs of the mountain beyond which salvation lies, in turn interpreted by the most famous top models in the world, parade . The loin, the lion and the she-wolf take to the Schiaparelli catwalk, as they once again rewrite history as queens of fashion - they are Naomi Campbell, Irina Shayk and Shalom Harlow.
Shalom Harlow is a loin, in this case a rare snow white leopard, with wide open jaws on an animalier strapless sheath dress, Irina Shayk in a black velvet dress is accompanied by a majestic lion head with a combed mane while showing her fangs , while the black she-wolf and her orange eyes are transformed into a long-haired coat that envelops Naomi Campbell. Lust, pride and greed intersect in Haute Couture as in the writings of Dante Alighieri, and in the meantime animals also arrive in the first row, in an intersection worthy of Inception which sees Kylie Jenner wearing the same dress as Irina while walking the catwalk.
The controversies that arose on social media
The social media public protests and labels the creations that Daniel Roseberry brought on stage "a wrong message", but although identical to the animals represented, they are in reality hyper-realistic replicas in resin and with fake fur , therefore absolutely recreated in animal welfare which acted as a reference for the designer, as well as celebrating the Italian work of Dante Alighieri. Given the turbulence triggered by today's parade, it would be a good idea to take the opportunity to address the issue in a constructive way around the topic of animal exploitation, and it would be welcome if the starting point in this case were soft toys instead of real fur.
All the animals by Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli Couture
An animalistic world that looks to the roots of the surrealist brand and that Daniel Roseberry, Creative Director since 2019, has never tired of reinterpreting. If it already inaugurated its path with parrot looks with the Spring Summer 2020 Haute Couture, the antelope horns of the Autumn Winter 2021 show were decorated in gold as in the history of Madame Schiap 's brand. In the Haute Couture autumn winter 2022 the birds returned, until today with the continuation of the story of Dante's Inferno by Schiaparelli.