Weinsanto Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 Collection at Paris Fashion Week

Weinsanto Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 Collection at Paris Fashion Week

Weinsanto imagines SATC, the quartet of NY’s favorite fashionistas and their closet to die for meets fearless Rihanna who’s most epic ensembles from low slung hipster jeans in the early 00s to her many red carpet showstoppers and every day oversized looks won her Fashion Paragon status.

These cultural icons impacted dressing as well as how we see modern womanhood. A no limits approach to the collection sees body hugging silhouettes, a la Samantha, to gigantesque oversize Badgal RiRi style.

Carrie & Co. sipping cosmos, the four leading ladies a testament to liberation that comes with personal expression. Equally, Rihanna’s attitude to dressing as celebrating her body, made her a fashion force.

For Fall Winter wardrobe at Weinsanto we have a range from daywear classics and workwear to escapism couture extravaganzas. The high low concept, has always been an integral part of the brand.

Always placing importance on collaborative work with his entourage, this season Weinsanto invites his longtime friend artist Romain Eugene Campens to create a print. A multi colored painting of abstract expressionism, representing the accumulation of the things in a lifetime is used for the simplest of pieces to the highly crafted couture. One such couture piece was created by using a technique where the artist peeled the first layers off his many paint palettes, and each of these were used as fragments making up a dress, then adding fresh paint for texture.

Ever conscious about the environment Weinsanto continues to source dead stock with LVMH’s NONA Source for which he is an ambassador. Camel wool blend used for monochrome outfits, cotton for shirts and Ts, and nylon for a sportswear/activewear feel with puffer jackets and ski chic pants.

An unusual textile find was a beige thin spaghetti-like thread appliqué that was used for mini skirt, dress and top. The vintage aspect of this material gives the pieces a retro feel.

Weinsanto Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 Collection, this season’s denim, a staple of Weinsanto, is khaki stonewashed. Tops include, oversized shirts, bra tops paired with oversized, boyish pieces like a slouchy pants, and bodycon corsets, “Baby Tops”, mid-rift bearing Ts, with the new swoosh W emblem and jersey sweats.

A black and aluminum grey handcrafted bandeau of frayed, folded and pleated threads adds a touch of sophistication.

The couture looks, masterpieces of craftmanship, sometimes borrow costume making techniques from the musicals where the clothing is constructed to survive the strains of performance. A statement corset dress of the artist’s print with structured undulating flowershapes. In the same print a quilted wrap around cape suspended on the model by strings of chandelier size glass beads attached to a turban baseball cap.

A gargantuan padded velvet evening jacket with incorporated brassiere designed to float around the model is constructed using stage costumes techniques.

Weinsanto introduces the “Samantha Bag “: A shoulder bag with corsetry detailing and folds resembling the traditional Alsatian cake Kougelhopf an homage to the designer’s roots. The bag, with the new W monogram emblazoned in metal comes in denim and leather.

Hats using the finest millinery skills add some drama as well as a mad magpie’s collection of jewelry.

Whatever comes our way, we dress for it. Power dressing or happy dressing influences the outcome of a day, a moment or a lifetime. Is this the life we deserve, or not?


Victor Weinsanto launched his namesake line in 2020 after two years of working with Jean Paul Gaultier, where he learned about savoir-faire, craftsmanship and freedom in his creative process.

As a former professional dancer, Victor brings his love of performing arts into his fun, colourful and cabaret themed presentations. He finds inspiration in live entertainment and art in general.

The models for Weinsanto’s shows are often muses and friends from different creative backgrounds such as dancing, acting, and cabaret. He is also inspired by History, architecture and music.

Since the launch of his brand, Victor’s stimulating, festive and innovative aesthetic has caught the eye of major French and international fashion press such as Vogue, WWD, Numero and W Magazine, as well as the attention of pop and fashion icons such as Madonna for whom he’s created custom looks. Weinsanto also attracts the attention of major stylists, and his creations have appeared on the phenomenon series “Emily in Paris” from which a friendship was born between Weinsanto and Actress Philippine Leroy Beaulieu, who has modeled for the designer’s FW 22 collection.

Since October 2021, Weinsanto is among the international designers invited to participate in Arab Fashion week for the Womenswear shows.

In 2022, Victor Weinsanto was one of the shortlisted designers for the LMVH Prize. He became an ambassador for NONA Source in 2023.

Weinsanto is supported by Adrian Joffe and Dover Street Market for commercial development, as such he is sold in Dover Street Market stores worldwide. The brand also has sales points in some of the best and most exclusive stores in the world such as H Lorenzo in Los Angeles and Maria Luisa in the Emirates and Selfridges.

Victor Weinsanto is also committed to a fashion industry that is sustainable, as such, he works with a selection of natural materials such as pineapple-fiber leather for his bags and has collaborated with the leading Web3 Circular Fashion ecosystem, LABLACO, for the creation of Phygital NFTs on his SS22 collection exclusively available at Dover Street Little Market in Paris. He’s also collaborated with Barney Studio for his first NFT. Most recently, Weinsanto has announced “M3TALOVE” a digital collection in collaboration with K-pop band LIGHTSUM and fashion tech platform BNV.


Credit of Weinsanto Fall Winter 2023 – 2024 Collection at Paris Fashion Week :

Make up by Mac Cosmetics

Hair by Beautic

All images by Weinsanto

PR Agency TL Paris

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