Fashion Week FW11 – Part 1

Matthew Williamson

Fashion Week is such an exciting moment and I definitely found a lot of wonderful creativity in London and Milan. I want to first talk about Matthew Williamson because I would wear pretty much everything he designed for this next season. He found a way to make very wearable garments that you can pair and mix as much as you want. I love the fact that the looks are extra feminine and urban sexy.

Dolce & Gabbana

I loved this collection very much as well. I love the fitted silhouettes, the colors taken to another level with the mix of the prints. I love the fun, the girliness of the looks and the play of texture and prints.

Burberry Prorsum

I was quite surprised by Christopher Bailey for this season. It is so different from what I was used to but why not? The coats are of course very present, but often take another shape than the classic trench coat. He shifts away from the oldest roots of the Maison and finds inspiration in the 60’s. I’m not a huge fan of the sixties but I do like some of the garments. A cow hat appeared very often on the looks of women and men and I don’t find it wearable at all.

Versace

The looks were cute, feminine and graphic at Versace. I’ve always love the clean graphic lines and I really like the result. The furry scarf is just adorable, I would totally wear it. The white dress is stunning as well.

Gucci

I can definitely recognise Gucci and it’s luxurious, almost overwhelming italian style. The red dress is one of the most amazing dresses. The colors are rich and deep, the fabrics are just as luxurious. I love the blue python blazer so much!

Etro

Etro shows a beautiful collection and, just like with Matthew Williamson, I can for sure see myself wear most of the pieces. I love the socks that give this négligé look, and I love the mix of color and texture that keep me excited. There are some bright tones here and there but always nuanced by the neutral colors. To me this collection really answered the needs of a young, working and fashion forward woman.

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