Showing posts with label Paris Fashion Week. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Paris Fashion Week. Show all posts



Paris always the one closing this important Fashion Month. And yes, we are back! The fashion month is over. Paris Fashion Week has been really fun, but now it's time to check out our favorite Spring Summer 2017 trends from Paris Fashion Week!  

Stripes Storm
No doubts, stripe trends fits right in for spring and summer.

Left to right: Issey Miyake / Chloe / Isabel Marant / Lanvin / Givenchy

Left to right: Loewe / Martin Grant / Sacai / Sonia Rykiel 

Left to right: Balenciaga / Balmain / Ann Demeulemeester / Chloe / Acne Studios

Nude Affair
Again, with graceful silhouette in nude and blush.

Left to right: Isabel Marant / Givenchy / Lemaire / Rick Owens / Loewe

Left to right: Balenciaga / Dior / Balmain / Acne Studios 

The Classic White 
Several designers continuing make fun on the classic white dress by adding eye-catching silhouettes and exaggerated rounded sleeves.

Left to right:  Lanvin / Ellery / Issey Miyake

Left to right: Celine / Acne Studios / Ann Demeulemeester 

Left to right: Sonia Rykiel / Valentino / Rick Owens / Loewe 

Blue Mood
You can embrace the sand and sea in blue mood, or you can have a drama sexy night in mystery blue.

Left to right: Balmain / Acne Studios / Ann Demeulemeester / Balenciaga

Left to right: Maison Margiela / Celine / Chloe / Lanvin / Loewe 

Left to right: Valentino / Sacai / Sonia Rykiel / Stella Mccartney

Naturally Earth 
I heard someone said this earthy tones are the colors for body, mind and soul.

Left to right: Valentiono / Celine / Ellery / Stella Mccartney / Givenchy / Sonia Rykiel 

Pop of Red 
Wear like a flame in spring and summer. Be bold, bright and new again.

Left to right: Isabel Marant / Balmain / Lemaire / Dior / Ellery

Sexy Lady Boss
A perfect dramatic suit can be very versatile and offers the great balance of keeping you confident and looking polished.

Left to right: Givenchy / Issey Miyake / Celine / Chloe

Left to right: Lanvin / Dior / Ann Demeulemeester / Chloe / Ann Demeulemeester 

The New Trench Coat
No matter it's in oversized shapes, raw edges or elongated sleeves, never miss a trench coat for Spring.

Left to right: Balenciaga / Dior / Ann Demeulemeester / Balenciaga / Balmain

Left to right: Valentino / Maison Margiela / Martin Grant / Maison Margiela / Lemaire / Sacai 

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It's hard for somebody to live with me, I think. My time is inflexible and my temper is getting hard to please. If I were living with myself, I would get sick and tired of it, and all of my friends have to learn how to define their space for me. Well, just a little heart-to-heart-talks here with you. Same old same old, cut the craps and back to the point of the post. There is no hesitation in blogging about the Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Part 2. After a night of OT(over-time), and only few hours of sleep, I finally got myself ready and write about this post. 

Yohji Yamamoto
Yohji always has a power of making everyone match for the enigmatic strangeness of his clothes. In this collection, I saw the loosely secured dresses, off-kilter blazer, lace-lined leather coat and layering of spaghetti-strap slips, the message that I received from this collection is Sexy. I know that's a word that you don't see often around Yohji, but there was no other conclusion from his spring summer 2015 collection. Still vividly remember he had mentioned that he think to fit clothes too tight on women's body is for the amusement of men. It doesn't look noble. Also, it is not polite to other people to show off too much. "Simply, I wanted to break this taboo from a long time ago," he said. Guess I already got the answer from him. It is the first where his entire collection sticked by his new beliefs and revolved around such displays of delicately fabrics and models.

I have to say, the Japanese designers are fabulously talented at tailoring, so does Jun Takahashi. The fashion show was set with giant cherries for runway props, and for the finale, Jun Takahashi sent the models back out all in black, with feather wings to match. With Bosch-printed dress with a eye-catchy feathered belt, the wood print dresses, motorcycle jackets, multilayered tulle skirts, and the plastic body jewelry, all of these will be plenty to buy, at least for Undercover devotees. "Pretty Hate Bird", what a good show!

Maison Martin Margiela
This season, the Maison Martin Margiela wasn't showing its strong individually and quirky tendencies. Familiar stretchy nude body suits were layered over other garments like asymmetrical floral printed fabrics and men's suiting. As concept go, this wasn't a big one and compared to collections in the recent past, it will not linger long in my head. But, a vivid orange-red floral jacquard top and wrap skirt and slim dresses and skirts crafted out of what looked like vintage Japanese fabrics were the show's best outfits. 

Junya Watanabe 
There's always a surprise from Junya Watanabe. Rubber swimming caps, PVC, leather, glitter and Perpsex - all of these could be found in Junya Watanabe's latest spring summer collection. Just like his mentor Rei Kawakubo, Junya Watanabe is a designer who knows how to have fun with fashion, and in this collection Junya Watanabe played with bold color and circular piecing. The silhouettes from this collection were abstract and sculpted and the abstract geomatrics, oversized polka dots, breton stripe prints were the key to the collection.




Lack of sleep and time has caught up to me the past few weeks. First, I wanted to apologize for I'm blogging about Paris Fashion Week so late. Things have been busy here and we all have only twenty-four hour days, but i think it was worth the wait lots and lots. Let's back to the point of this post! Overall, I saw a lot of colors, texture, and architecture during Paris Fashion Week SS2015. I am really enjoying what I saw and have been developed a new preception for colors on the PFW Spring/Summer 2015. Looking back my current wardrobe, realized that I've spent too much in black, leather and skinny silhouettes. I'm starting to think as though it's right time to break my rules. In this post, I struggled to only pick a few designers that I really admire and hoping everyone to go and view these collection and appreciate the value of fashion. 

Rick Owens
FAUN, the name Rick Owens impressed on his Spring/Summer 2015 collection. It's not surprise Rick Owens wanted to present the pastel tulle. Like he said, it's hard to be shocking anymore. But luckily, Owens was able to imbue his collection with an urban color palette. With its voluminous tulle strapless dresses and volumous shorts, Owens also showed us a sense of structure and his ability to make tulle architectural, rather than merely a mass of air into his collection which is really impressed me a lot. I love the thick volumous shorts and tulle under the tunics. Although a lot of Rick fans wear his pieces in black, it's good to see Owens always manages to create beautiful colors on his collection.

Comme des Garçons
There is no doubt people will talk about the wearability issues with this collection, however I don't think that is a point with Rei Kawakubo. It was a dramatic performance and it was inspired by rose and blood. Kawakubo expressed the color with shredded and tiered satin, cut-up leather and acute shapes cutting in and out of the body. Every look is a masterpiece in itself. 

Haider Ackermann
This was a warm, cheerful, and romantic collection. I don't see the tailored dark and moody Ackermann designs in the collection. Colors like pink, lilac and dove gray replacing the designer's more usual darks, browns and plum shades. I particularly enjoy the designer's jackets, which is came held close to the waist part then burst forth with layers of wide ruffled fabric along the hips part. 

A.F. Vandevorst 
This collection represented a wonderful trick with materials. Every piece of it is looking like an average bit of draping, looked modern and unusual. There was plenty of prosaic stuff in this collection, like the silk separates in a feather print, or jumpsuits and jackets with interior backpack straps. No matter is the tailored vest in feather print, paired with flared pants or the dress and jackets of cotton and aluminum. There's not one look from this collection I wouldn't consider wearing.

Ann Demeulemeester 
It was a shock news when Ann Demeulemeester is leaving her label. Her design team has keeping her aesthetic while moving ahead on their own. We still can spotted Ann Demeulemeester's signature colors, black and white which creating the monochrome effect. Layers and embroidery appeared on jackets and shoes seemed to be the highlight of the collection. The sheer coats and shirts were used as layers won't surprise me, but feather-weight fabrics with floral patterns that embroidered on jackets and shoes was caught my attention. 


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