Maison Natan revealed their FW24 collection at Paris Fashion Week, celebrating a timeless refinement firmly rooted in the present. Precise lines and sculptural materials shaped with masterful craftmanship constituted a sophisticated collection imbued it with desire. 

The elegance and sublimation of the silhouettes evoke the 1950’s, an era dear to creative director Edouard Vermeulen. With a focus on elegance and innovation, the Belgian designer put his twist on classic forms, combining the richness of basic materials with “coated” fabrics to summon light on the garments. 

A medium length mohair dress cinched at the waist paired with an oversize coat with puffy sleeves constitute the perfect winter wardrobe. Purple ostrich feathers grace an oversized clutch, bringing edge to this classic piece. The richness of the hues collides with the precious materials to bring to life intricate constructions. A graphic satin top meets a long sheath skirt made of shantung silk, and an exquisite leather dress represents the timeless aesthetic of minimalism.