The new Paris Fashion Week fall 2013 edition will definitely be an interesting watch and the new Tsumori Chisato fall 2013 collection will certainly steal the spotlight. How can we be so sure? Well, the options spotted in the past have had an incredible whimsical allure which instantly stole the spotlight making everyone want to take a closer look. The focus on playfulness, the willingness to play with different fabrics and spectacular accents and constantly explore new style territories have quickly put the label in the spotlight at past Paris Fashion Week editions.
Among the stunning alternatives from the not so distant past from Tsumori Chisato, the spring 2012 collection is definitely worth mentioning. Combining femininity with eclectic motifs, the line definitely stood out at the time due to its distinct fun flair and subtle retro vibes. The new set of options of this year, comprised in the spring 2013 RTW collection was no less spectacular putting vibrant printed pieces in the spotlight and making a clear statement that the new season will be all about abandoning style safety in favor of more eye-catching alternatives that suit the mood of the season.
Will the Tsumori Chisato collection to be presented at this Paris Fashion Week 2013 edition deliver the same set of amazing options the brand got its loyal fans used to? All the questions regarding the Paris Fashion Week 2013 Tsumori Chisato collection will be answered on the 2nd of March at Hôtel Westin, 3 rue de Castiglione, Paris 1er starting with 11:30 am, alongside many important names in the industry.
For more insights into the world of Tsumori Chisato, visiting the brand’s official website,tsumorichisato.com/en/ would prove one of the most effective strategies. Aside from getting a bit more familiar with the amazing set of options which conquered many fashionistas in the past seasons, it might make it easier to know what to expect from the new Tsumori Chisato fall 2013 collection. We’ll bring the best highlights from the Tsumori fall 2013 line soon, so stay tuned!
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