Like a fireworks show where the final fireworks is the climax of the show, Paris is at the end of the Fashion Weeks as the peak of the fashion of the season remains to be defined, in this case, the Spring -Summer 2013. And in the great Fashion Week in Paris, the last days are the ones we reserve the leading names: Saint Laurent, Chloe, Tom Ford, Stella McCartney, Giambattista Valli ... Great names and great collections that you must see, of course in Jared.
Saint Laurent, new air
Hedi Slimane showed his first collection for Saint Laurent and see that new winds are in the French firm: an intense perfume, seductive, mysterious woman wraps the new Saint Laurent and imbued with a love of adventure, dense black color, and the seventies. Long dresses, shirts and ties to the ground layers make up the collection. If we waited anxiously feminine reinterpretation of smoking by Slimane, we have to wait. Maybe for winter ...
Tom Ford, supposedly sexy
It is assumed that the Texan is the designer who best manages the concetto of sexy, provocative, sensuality, without losing the elegance. And in this revival that caused the sado-maso light because of shadows Fifty Grey, Tom Ford recovers leather, waterproof black vinyl, zippers, monkeys, belt buckles and other paraphernalia, but it does a fairly hackneyed, and especially not up to what I usually do. Barring some really striking dress, the rest seemed weak.
L'Wren Scott, timeless elegance
A presentation that surprised me for good. Great job combining white and black, adding a tad of the disco boom of the seventies, and shooting when the designer adds color and intricate iridescent fabrics, make the collection worthy of attention.
Chloé, large volume
The oversize trend that the brand worked again during winter runways for spring, adding ruffles, drapes, baggy jeans and layers and layers of fabric that overlap but have the weight with the use of fabrics like chiffon and transparencies.
Giambattista Valli, minimalism
I was surprised to see the Italian and removing many decorative bauble to his collection and preferring minimalism. White, nrgos, gray, with some crimson and gold to build a women's collection, but much closer to the minimalism and simplicity of the 90 that the usual romance Giambattista Valli.