Balmain Fall 2014

Whether it was the military inspired staples, going Global feel, or the Balmain that caught people’s eye. For me, it was all of the above. As a baggy olive pocketed leather jacket gets paired with a zebra and knitted pencil skirt. Fringe gives a Classic leather pencil skirt, an eccentric feel. While the peplum remains the keen staple, in a tribal way. Creative Director, Oliver Rousteing, is definately the genius when it comes to mixing staples, with Balmain’s signature edge.

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Christopher Bailey Tests Tribal

There are 3 words that describe today’s Burberry Prorsum collection: Tribal, Classy, and British. As Creative Director, Christopher Bailey takes the Tribal route. When everything, from a Classic Burberry trench, to a simple wrap around scarf gets dip dyed in pretty much the Chicest print of the season. To perfectly pump up your wardrobe on those dreary winter days.

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The Elegant 1940s Lady is Ready for the Future in Fashion at Carolina Herrera

In shows, Carolina Herrera kicked off today with a new theme in mind: That Elegant 1940s Lady meets the futuristic Lady. Making the two collide for a vibrant, yet Ladylike collection. Fur came in all hues, from black to a bright tangerine. Triangular shaped cutouts wrap around the neckline of a Classic 1940s style shift. Brightly hued Geometric prints give a floor length gown a futuristic zest. While tribal inspired earrings finish off pretty much every look. Now if the Elegant 1940s Lady is ready to face the future in fashion, then I don’t know who is.

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