Yesterday was the third day of Fashion Week in Paris and saw great parades like Balenciaga , Lanvin or Carven but in the background there were other names looking place. Proposals Rick Owens modern face of Nina Ricci formality or Barbara Bui
Manish Arora, travel to Egypt
The Indian designer Manish Arora, also current creative designer Paco Rabanne woman ever minimalist not sin if you follow their usual line where excesses become fashionable. For the next summer 2013 these excesses translate memories as a recharged Egypt, an Egypt in its heyday centuries ago.
Sharon Wauchob, lights and shadows
The Irish designer Louis Vuitton trained in mixed ideas. For one thing seems to be clear in Fig wide loose clothing for women and another contrasting opposites game that pits white minimalism dressed in coats and looks in greater perceived oriental inspiration and even a touch of Etro. I did not like.
Barbara Bui, plus New York
Barbara Bui would have a more comfortable place in New York than in Paris. If not sure we'd be seeing Paris on the catwalk on the other side of the pond. Your idea of fashion is accessible trend, no muss, no not open the range to big surprises but effective. The catch: is that too much to be Paris.
Nina Ricci, the party varied
The 47 Nina Ricci outputs are those that become too heavy to go t to the general public and search logic returns could leave us both a winter collection that summer. Mixed pastel colors, with metallic silver where the key is. Topos large, fringe, festival, more nude, do not miss the fuscia and black. And incidentally look Haider Ackermann inspires too certain outputs (saving the Grand Canyon there away).
Rick Owens, goodbye to black
In the interest of seeking a forward vision must locate Rick Owens. The Californian designer, but settled in Paris since 2003, leaving the black as the dominant color as a great surprise and opted for a palette of earth tones and grays which emphasizes less flattering dresses with ruffles and layers that dominates silk and folds and their architectural vision.