The penultimate day of parades Fashion Week in Paris highlighted among others because it matched two of the largest and most anticipated shows: Chanel and Alexander McQueen. But they also presented their spring-summer collections 2013: Valentino, Paul and Joe, Paco Rabanne, Moncler Gamme Rouge ... A carousel of brands and designers for a very interesting day.
Chanel, pearls and certain simplicity
Chanel parades are always the most anticipated for being an iconic brand and its staging. The new collection exudes a certain simplicity, tweed and many pearls. Not the worst collections, but Karl Lagerfeld designs are not my cup of tea.
Valentino, romanticism naked
I have a weakness for Valentino, I like the style of their clothes timeless and full of romance. His new collection is in line with the above. Sheer dresses, some nude color minimalism and starring a collection to dress well designed and very salable.
Alexander McQueen, the Spirit of the Beehive
Sarah Burton continues the legacy of Alexander McQueen with consistency. The new collection is full of beehives in the tissues, beekeeper hats and unconventional silhouettes to transport a woman with an air current but Marie Antoinette and other past times. All this topped with honey or sweet pastels colors.
Moncler Gamme Rouge summer butt
The Moncler Gamme Rouge collection is totally dispensable but acceptable. Bathing suit and light clothes made in mesh with small flower ornaments for a sixties looks.
Paul and Joe, aloha Hawaii
Paul and Joe presented a collection inspired by Hawaii. The mixture of Hawaiian flowers on blouses, pants or dresses gives joy to the garments. The designs are for current and determined women who like a touch of color to your clothing.
Paco Rabanne, the future is the past
It's amazing how many times you can modify, interpret a style. In Paco Rabanne get it in some way. Dresses, pantsuits and monkeys with chains, mesh, metal to draw the silhouette of women looking to the future.