After adopting an exaggerated theme and décor in so many shows, Karl Lagerfeld kept it calm. . There was neither immersive set nor overt theme. In fact, it was a mirrored circular runway inspired by the famed Art Deco mirrors of Coco Chanel’s stairs at her atelier on the Rue Cambon. (more…)
What gingham is to Spring, windowpane plaid will be to Fall. The hatched print is going to have a major moment in a season filled with buffalo plaids and tweedy tartans. The wide windowpane checks in smart black and white feel more sophisticated than the rest and have thusly been placed on everything from trench coats to evening gowns while still looking right at home on slouchy cool-girl separates.
Once again, Karl Lagerfeld amazed us!! Turning a traditional Parisian cafe into a fashion runway, this is such a creative idea. A café that he named Brasserie Gabrielle complete with waiters serving croissants and coffee at the bar to the fashion show’s guests.It was extremely French.The two toned pumps revisited that Chanel introduced back in the 50’s. Also the tweed touch was available. The Checkered print dominated the designs. Karl got inspired by Parisian coffee shop’s floors and turn them into beautiful skirts and bags. (more…)
Finally, the Paris couture week ended: it was outstanding. For the next season, it will be all about capes, pastels, midriffs, flowers everywhere, new creative patterns and fabrics.Here are my favorite collection,Let’s start:
As I’d like to call: The Genius. He never disappointed me.The livestream time was during my school time: So all day long, I was waiting impatiently to see what Saab had done. Each time, I say he reaches the pick but in every new collection he finds another pick to reach it, unbelievable. It was inspired by his past, back in the 60’s, dedicated to Beirut. This period for him was: golden age. (more…)