Paris Fashion Week
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It was sensational as always lots of colors, different inspirations, eccentricities and definitely the most anticipated week of this entire fashion month. But one thing particularly caught my eye the V-shape cut which was emphasized by the multiplication of layers like Demna Gvasalia’s first collection for Balenciaga. The show was really impressive in terms of shapes and structures like this leather biker jacket worn with a flashy red shirt under; or this deep blue cross coat worn with impressively high heels leather boots to cleverly enhance the women body. In comparison Dior house went with a more classy look not like if the clothes were kinda “too-big for you” but more with a V-shape fitted silouette which was ingeniously highlighted by tight hairs and dark lips.
Milan & Paris…
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Flounces are everywhere this season from bags to shoes. Guillaume Henry (ex-Carven) actual creative director of Nina Ricci realized an impressive work with this unique bag. It was declined throughout all the collection in at least six different colors and three types of materials (possibly pony hair, lamb skin…). What I really liked about this bag is the contrast it brings to the overall look like a touch of craziness in a word of “codes and strict boundaries”. In addition to be the creative director of Chanel and its own label, the unrivaled Karl Lagerfeld is also working at Fendi. This Milan colorful collection was more on the wavy side total look with these over-the-knee boots distinctive design and with this “totally wearable” bag.