A Haute Couture fashion show
at Grévin
Discover Julien Fournié's Haute Couture Revolution evening!

While the great haute couture houses unveil their forthcoming collections, Musée Grévin is being transformed, allowing you to discover Julien Fournié’s great HAUTE COUTURE REVOLUTION evening.

The fashion revolution is underway at Musée Grévin

Grévin is a stunning example of Parisian architecture, which was transformed into a runway to host the official Fashion Week evening of Julien Fournié Haute Couture, a member of the very select club of fifteen Haute Couture houses in the world.

During this unique evening, guests were able to discover “LAST QUEEN”, Julien Fournié Haute Couture's latest capsule collection. The six models walked the runway in the magnificent setting of the Hall of Columns, wearing the creations from this collection. 
The six looks were influenced by today's Haute Couture pieces and represent the splendour of life at Versailles through the styles of a fashion icon, Marie-Antoinette:  fleur-de-lis motifs, ceremonial jewels, feathers, silk and embroidery, etc. Marie-Antoinette is a pioneer of Haute Couture and has inspired the fashion world through the centuries.   

Let’s take a look back at the evening and Julien Fournié Haute Couture’s six creations. ⬇️

Come and admire Julien Fournié Haute Couture's LAST QUEEN collection up close at Musée Grévin!

The six exceptional looks from Julien Fournié Haute Couture's "LAST QUEEN" collection will remain on display at Musée Grévin from 28 June to 1 September 2024.  Enter the exclusive world of fashion and discover the outfits of a Haute Couture fashion show as if you were there!


Julien Fournié showcases the undisputed pioneer of Haute Couture

The Haute Couture fashion show ends with the unveiling of Marie Antoinette’s new waxwork, wearing a Julien Fournié Haute Couture outfit
As a historical icon of fashion, Marie-Antoinette is represented as a queen wearing a majestic court dress embroidered with crystals, many jewels and a replica of the Queen's Diamond Necklace. Through her dress, Marie-Antoinette embodied “French-style” fashion and expressed creative fashion and inspired Haute Couture. 
Her waxwork is featured in the museum alongside fashion icons such as Jean-Paul Gaultier, Christian Dior and Coco Rocha.

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