The discussion of this Fashion Week in Paris will divide a few: Louis Vuitton or Prada ? ¿ Marc Jacobs and Miuccia Prada ? Both are marketing geniuses, so it's hard to pick a winner at one time to put the who did it before. For the next Autumn-Winter 2012/2013 the French firm is given a surfeit of print retro as some time since we've seen.
The printing is the use of signatures to be recognized, in the absence of logos. In the absence of something that makes them more apparent in a moment of such information and competition is logical that Louis Vuitton is marked a Prada in the sense of the basic tricks to be recognized at a quick glance. But this is not new at the firm, but they do every season.
The taste of retro prints is also one of the hallmarks of Marc Jacobs. Each season seeks to complicate the idea with some "original" or "innovative." The collection rather than Prada reminds me of Marni Spring-Summer 2012 , which in turn shares Miuccia school. If it's all a circle.
Jacobs recovered by Jamiroquai hats, as my colleague Di For Dior. A horrible hat. It also points to the game of overlap with skirt and pants that is all the rage among firms depending on which.
Broad forms, details on dresses that we have seen in Marc Jacobs Fall Winter 2012/2013 and a paisley sharing spotlights with bright ideas.
A collection insipidus.