Saturday, March 2, 2013

Isabel Marant Fall-Winter 2013/2014: I will be eternally grateful for designs as well!

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You know I'm an inveterate love of French designer Isabel Marant. I noticed it years ago to present collections as urban and wearable, and since then the love I feel for her is growing increasingly presenting a new collection. And whenever I have the same feeling (or process), and so:

- I look at the collection and I think this year there is no deal.
- I begin to edit images and increasingly I find more hook their proposals.
- Once I write the post and I am totally in love.

And so it happened (again) this time, and I'm girl traditions or routines. True it is that has nothing to do with previous years with Navajo print pants or your country or Hawaiian air. Proposals are smooth white or black, but with a savoir faire of the coolest.

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As we will see in all that we have been presenting collections, white and black are the main protagonists. From this collection which I liked (which at first was what made me doubt) has been all plain clothes at first instance seem to have nothing. But if we look closely are more elaborate than pleated fabrics and details. Although her ​​clothes were also tacked his strength, and low-cost insurance firms rushing to clone.

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How could it be otherwise, the tight-fitting mini dresses were present (something that passes the signature), and this time the mixture (again) of black and white has been the absolute queen.

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She's the one


And she is single, and saw the woman as she likes to dress. That's part of his charm, his clothes because he likes the design, and it shows herself wearing every day. As a designer should be able to wear what they propose, as many seem to want to ridicule women. And yesterday, the new version with integrated platform shoe and I won ...

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What do you think?

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