Friday, October 8, 2010

Paris Fashion Week Review Vol.2

Loewe celebrated femininity with its short, fitted and flirty pieces. I thought that the colours were also very cool, colourful, but not striking, yet not pale: mate decisions.

I could not stop my excitement when I saw Jean Paul Gautier’s collection! He created a look for future rock and roll followers. The audience got 3D glasses so that they could see the 3D patterns featured on some of the pieces. Wow, the designer definitely knows how to jump ahead of others and how to work with technology. Amazing! The show also featured a few plus size models!


Sonia Rykiel is always all about femininity and celebrating the woman being. This time she did not disappoint either. Models had big curly hair, wearing platforms and fun hats. Collection featured a lot of stripes, jump suites, bows, lots of relaxed outfits, and fun colour combinations.


Viktor and Rolf certainly played a lot with volume and shapes. Although feminine enough, the main theme was playing with a men’s shirt in size, colour, and shape. I thought it was very interesting and innovative. 


Lanvin’s collection as so breathtaking!  I am speechless. It is not like there was something brand ndew, but colour decisions, asymmetrical shapes, and sleek silhouettes blew me away. See for yourself, may be it will give you the same impression!



Ah and Oh, Dior! So bright, colourful, and summerish! Definitely inspired by pin up and navy. Super fun, super flirty, super wearable and perfect for resort! John Galliano is so versatile!



Nina Ricci’s collection is so pretty, so feminine, it makes my heart melt. Lots of white, blacks and beige used for the pieces that show off a lot of ruffles and sheer fabrics.


Darya Werbowi opened Balmain show, and that was a great start! Balmain’s girl is a chill rock lover. Distressed denim, jackets, loose shirts, pointy high heels. It’s a breath of fresh air among allthe collections that were inspired by 70’s or those that are very girly and feminine. Very simple and cool, casual yet you can wear it for a night out.

Zac Posen’s first show in Paris was stunning! I wasn’t so sure if it was a spring summer 2011 due to the dark colours, but other designers cgot away with using dark palette, why can’t he?


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