After Miu Miu’s Fall 2013 collection filled with trench coats in really cute Striped and Polka Dot prints, paired with those neck scarves. I just love how there is a variety to these neck scarves, meaning they come in many … Continue reading →
Alexander McQueen was known for his very Out of this World, but just so Beautiful designs. And his designs are just so Beautiful and Unique that I just want to wear them all and see what reactions I get. Fortunately, you can get a bit Out of this World in McQueen’s Cut-In wedges, I think the Craziest you can get in McQueen, unless you’re Lady Gaga or a model on the Alexander McQueen runway. The wedges, coming in a leopard print, and a Beautiful black velvet with golden embroidery on the sides. Each to leave such a fun, Beautiful, and Out of this World remark, just like all the models on the Alexander McQueen runway. Pair it with your most simple outfit, or just go Crazy! All for such a Chic, Beautiful bold remark.
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With Kim & Kanye sitting front row, Givenchy’s show começou, with a Beautiful array of Evening gowns. Some in leather, others in a Neutral hue, and others, a Draped Dream. But what left me and everyone else speechless was the Beautiful array of Crystallized evening gowns, and those Masks???? According to Instagram, the Bedazzled faces was done by Iconic makeup artist, Pat McGrath. Which really added a suspense to the collection. What I’m begging for right now, though is that Sparkled evening gown, with those Sexy cutouts, which Julia Nobis sported. Speechless.
Even though The Hotel de Salomon de Rothschild might’ve been an Old World Romantic hot spot, John Galliano‘s collection was nevertheless futuristic. As there were Sporty silhouettes, 3D cut visitors, and laser cut flowers. A trend seen at many shows over the past few years. John Galliano’s Bill Gaytten pairs each look with very futuristic Pumps, which really created and gave the collection sculpture. Gaytten a variety of hues from brights, to pastels, to neutrals. And mixing different prints together. All really giving the collection a lot of character.
Inspired by the Ocean, I see this very opulence, vibrant, and oeuvre vibe. Kenzo Creative directors, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon use a variety of colors and patterns throughout the collection. The collection begins with an array of monochrome looks, many with fabric cut and put onto dresses, pants, trenches, and tops, for that very Playfullness vibe with the fabrics seen throughout many of the shows throughout Fashion Week. And then switches it up to very vibrant and oeuvre patterns in blues and pinks. Making me wish I was on an expedition in Bali.