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Balmain Collection 2013

Balmain at Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013

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The upcoming Balmain show at Paris Fashion Week is expected to deliver the same level of opulence and nonconformism as the brand's previous collections did. So far, Olivier Rousteing, the brand's creative director, managed to raise up and even surpass everyone's expectations with his seemingly effortless artistic interpretation of Balmain signature designs and we hope that the upcoming collection created under the brand's wing will be at least as pleasantly surprising! The muse that sparked the designer's creativity for the upcoming collect... Read More

Balmain Fall 2013 Collection

Balmain Fall 2013 Collection

The Balmain fall 2013 collection was a strong counterargument for the “less is more philosophy”. In the past years, maximalism was the preferred effect and opulence was seen as the ideal choice, an ideology that is perpetuated for the cold months of 2013. Designer Olivier Rousteing didn't let recession related thoughts get in the way of dreaming big: “I understand it was a time of dreaming and going against a bad economy. But I wanted to imagine the seventies in the future—in 3070!,” he told Vogue. With an array of exciting with an exciting... Read More

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