It's showtime. Start the Fashion Week in Paris, which remains an important benchmark for the global fashion. To be taking temperature, start with two tasty dishes that always leave us with good taste: Rochas and Dries Van Noten. Tomorrow more and better, and this is gathering pace.
Rochas, a full closet pastel
That precious collection of Rochas. Pretty and practical, it offers garments for a complete wardrobe, from jeans, to pencil skirts, flared skirts, oversize coats, vests, knitted sweaters, jackets type Bar, tight dresses, loose dresses, a delicious combination of pastel tones as salmon, baby blues, peach tones with autumnal colors like gray, burgundy, chocolate, or mustard.
This coated pure retro style 50s with maxi volume in the spotlight. I loved it.
Dries van Noten, sometimes I'ma woman, sometimes I'ma man
One of my favorite designers of Paris, Dries Van Noten repeats this duality between man and woman who both achieved success. This time his inspiration are Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing in Top Hat, and tartan was starring in his spring collection, has been replaced by flowers, stripes and oriental print. The male part is reflected by flannel suits, sophisticated pajamas, jackets and skirts stripes that overlap pinstriped pants.
The female is full of feathers. Suggestive right?