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It's no secret that the Gareth Pugh brand is not going to endorse mainstream trends such as floral prints anytime soon. Instead, the designer, who has collaborated with Matthew Stone and Ruth Hogben in order to bring his collection to the state of masterpiece, focused on geometry to take his designs over the edge. A dose of fetishism becomes immediately apparent, especially if we take into account the fact that the show opened with the naked former plus-size model Crystal Renn. With the notable aggressive touch that became apparent from the ... Read More
After a few masculine touches at the beginning of the Paris Fashion Week, it seems that femininity is regaining terrain in collections of brands like Nina Ricci. As designer Peter Copping himself states, the latest designs in the spring 2012 collection are “Very chic, very French” and mentions the fact that he took inspiration from haute couture: “Sixties couture, if you like”. With the multitude of elegant feminine ensembles that enchanted the audience, it is obvious that the concept was well translated in the designs. If we are to talk abo... Read More
After a variety of ultra colorful outfits with a strong feminine vibe presented at the Milan Fashion Week, we are glad to see an equally stylish approach with a more balanced tone at the Paris Fashion Week. With a focused approach towards versatility and utility, the latest Balenciaga spring 2012 collection presented at the Paris Fashion Week impresses with structure and a careful sense of proportions. Bringing back the boxy blazer and eclectic colorful prints, the designer has chosen elegant ensembles that are easy to recreate in real life.... Read More
With the changes that have affected the John Galliano brand, the line was naturally in the spotlight of fashion critics and Galliano fans alike. After the designer was fired from his own brand due to the well known offensive statements against a Jew couple, whether or not the brand will ever be the same without Galliano was on everyone's minds. Well, the answer to this question seems to be yes, as designer Bill Gaytten has captured the style elements that the brand has become known for over the years and took them to the next level. Sheernes... Read More
Sophistication with a minimalistic yet luxurious touch is the style ideal behind the spring 2012 Lanvin collection presented at the Paris Fashion Week. Despite the obvious inclination towards refined attire options, the designer has chosen the concepts behind sportswear for a classy yet easy to wear collection that resonates well with the concepts that the brand has imposed over the years. Minimalism, well defined and rather subtle cuts, asymmetry and a fairly conservative touch in terms of color palette best define the looks presented. Gold... Read More
Hermes' creative director, Christopher Lemaire, seems to have channeled his 'inner zen' towards creating a serene fashion collection for the spring 2011 season unveiled at the Paris Fashion Week. Soft oriental vibe designs enchanted the eyes at Hermes, so take a peek at the amazing collection and draw inspiration for your new season style. Stylish yet very soft and with a high dose of innocence attached, the first designs contoured the French label's vision over fashion. White and cream designs - shirts, blazers, dresses and pleated skirts -... Read More
Miss the color blocking trend that was one of the hottest fashion trends for spring/summer 2011? Then you should definitely check out the spring 2012 Kenzo collection to spot new interpretations of this trend and many other style trends you might like to adopt in the new season. With strong tones and creative layering techniques, the brand presented a fairly eclectic and daring set of outfits at the Paris Fashion Week. Despite the fairly noticeable casual vibe of the looks presented, the source of inspiration is not actually casual attire op... Read More
Classy and balanced, well structured yet easily customizable, the looks presented on the Yves Saint Laurent runways at the Paris Fashion Week were followed closely by A-list celebs like Kylie Minogue who were anxious to see the style direction the brand has chosen for the spring 2012 season. As many have expected, elegant ensembles were the main focus in for the latest line. Flawless structural details, alluring tones and style variety were some of the strongest attributes that made the outfits stand out. Designer Stefano Pilati took well ... Read More
Elegance with a subtle understated touch as opposed to ostentatious, ultra colorful outfits tend to dominate at the spring 2012 Paris Fashion Week and the latest Givenchy collection beautifully aligns with this unwritten standard, presenting a fabulous array of outfits in a much more relaxed approach from what designer Ricardo Tisci has created so far for the Givenchi label. Structured jackets, eye-catching textural details, metallic touches for a more spectacular effect, sheer touches or statement necklaces are some of the main style highli... Read More
Romance and cutting-edge sophistication as a string point for creating breath-taking attire is the concept that guided designer Sarah Burton in creating the latest Alexander McQueencollection. The latest collection reminded fashion critics of the well known creative spirit that has defined the brand over the years carrying an almost surreal allure. As far as the source of inspiration is concerned, the designer declared: “It’s all about femininity and womanhood. It’s about embellishment and celebrating women’s beauty.” Carefully structured do... Read More
The spring 2012 Paris Fashion Week finished in style with the collections of some of the most well known luxury labels in the world and, as far as evening wear is concerned, the Elie Saab brand has definitely attracted the most attention. The latest Elie Saab show was suggestively named Color Shock, highlighting the designer's preoccupation with drawing attention with the help of strong tones. Well defined cuts, sheerness and lacy details along with eye-catching sequins were only some of the style elements used to create to-die-for red carpe... Read More