The jumpsuit with a hundred faces

March 18th, 2016 / by / in: Cool things / No responses

Have you ever thought that a jumpsuit can be anything more than a denim outfit for a outdoor adventure or a fetish pice from latex? Well, the recent years in fashion taught us that this piece can be whatever you would like to be: an ideal choice for a cocktail, a delicate pice for day-to-day wear or even a stunning piece for the evening. Or, as the designer Carolina Ritzler said to me in Paris, “it transforms a mood into an attitude”. And I should take Carolina’s word for real. Because the jumpsuit is the DNA of her collection. And, as I learnt, the creations are 100% made in France, precisely made in Paris. (CLICK on the gallery above, for more pictures)

Look at the beautiful models from Carolina Ritzler – www.www.carolinaritz.com, The creations are 100% made in France, Paris.

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Carolina Ritzler

“Hyper-suggestive, the jumpsuit only reveals the ankles, wrists, neck and some pieces are low-necked which brings an unexpected touch of sensuality. It became a real seduction tool in an ongoing game between genres but it has not lost its practicability and comfortability”, said Carolina, while I was looking at the wonderful display of some short-sleeves pieces, white for brides and fur covered jumpsuits, in the Designers Apartment during Paris Fashion Week. I was pretty amazed by the winter jumpsuit imagined for a chic après-ski party: with detachable pieces (jacket, jumpsuit, fur lining). Who says that you cannot be sexy on the slopes?! “With sneakers, the jumpsuit is perfectly flattering your « cool » attitude. Nonetheless, it can also be worn with high heels, belted waist, buttons slightly open or zip down to reveal an elegant look.”

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Carolina Ritzler

Carolina Ritz is not only creating jumpsuit. She chose to decline mini-collections per decade, including the ten basic and timeless pieces of each period. This allows her to revisit all cult pieces of the late twentieth century : the dress-coat from the 60s, the cape from the 70s, the perfecto from the 80s, the over size trench from the 90s…

As for me… I loved the smoking-like jumpsuit, black and silky, suitable for a elegant dinner and the military touch of the short pants one. (www.www.carolinaritz.com, main point of sale Le Bon Marche)

Photography: Maxime Vigato

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