Anja Rubik seen in a gorgeous tobacco suede Céline coat from Resort 2014 and Repossi jewelry at the Saint Laurent show.
We have been overwhelmed by the collections in Paris. So far, the best week of them all. As many other times as well… We fell head over heels in love with Lemaire’s two collections, both for his own self-titled brand as well as Hermès where he is the creative director. We are intrigued by his strong urban and modern woman with who dresses in timeless shapes and cuts. The pieces are literally perfection for fall. On the other hand, as mentioned before, we bow for Nicholas Ghesquière’s powerful looks for Louis Vuitton. We love the fact that he has intertwined his own very familiar shapes into the Parisian label. As a follow up from the previous fashion weeks in New York, London and Milan, the beauty trend with accentuating the eyes while leaving the rest of the face naked and au natural is seen at the Parisian girls as well. And when it comes to the hair, there is one style only: a low pony tail, preferable in a twisted knot as seen on the models at Balenciaga, Lanvin and Céline. Here we have gathered some of our favorite weeks from the week in Paris.
We dig the dark scruffy eyes backstage at the Lanvin show, as well as the au natural makeup as seen on the models at Stella McCartney.
There were many (!) best shows…as you may know we have already covered a few this week. But there was one we haven’t mentioned yet, at that was Haider Ackerman’s sensual and cool collection. He made one of the best looks for this season as seen above on Sasha Luss.
The 60s mod boot was spotted at several shows, here at Saint Laurent. If there is one decade we love even more, it’s the 70s. There were a lot of distinct reference from this superior era at the LV show: sunglasses, boots and accessories were among many others our favorite items.