Tuesday, March 5, 2013

A day of luxury at the Paris Fashion Week: Chanel, Valentino and Alexander McQueen


The penultimate day of parades in Paris is full of great designers and brands. The veteran does not mean sometimes the wisdom, much less. The proposals presented in the beautiful Paris not remain indifferent to almost anyone, whether for good or ill. The fashion circus has its climax in Paris, and I mean the circus that are mounted outside the parades . The street fashion seems to replace the fashion catwalks. And naturally, would be the coexistence of both. Leaving aside the street style, Paris is lived today in luxury fashion.

Jean-Charles De Castelbajac

Jean-Charles De Castelbajac

Castelbajac collection box is full of different shapes and sizes. The tartan is the main protagonist in almost all garments. Geometric prints, roses and chains in knitted dresses, oversized animal faces and some other futuristic print dress collection. Some designs that contribute almost nothing but they are there.



chanel 2

Chanel parades are always the most anticipated. His spring-summer collections have a pass, but the winter, lately, seem pretty boring. Karl Lagerfeld presented a collection where the color black and blue klein are preferred, although there is a flash of blue, pink and red. Cloth, tweed, patent leather, the occasional pearl transparencies ... Silhouettes, typical of Chanel. Nothing new on the horizon.


valentino collage

Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli are doing very well. In his new collection romantic insist on their side but full modernized and are right. Scalloped dresses or dresses in blue and white prints that remind me of old dishes, collars speckled hair worthy of a king and his sheer dresses classic and full of flowers.

Alexander McQueen


Sarah Burton has created a collection inspired by different periods of English history. A historical review that mixes future, present and past. Collars raised, wire mesh, volumes labor and surprising details to dress the queens of our century. God save the queen!

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