Fashion Week FW11 – Part 2


Chloé

One of my faves for sure! I love the mix of feminine and masculine looks, high waist of course with thin belts, and the mix of textures and colors. The neutrals and especially beiges have been my color palette for a long time now but I also crave more bold colors. Hannah MacGibbon was obsessed with snakeskin and I am too. The lines are simple and beautiful, the hair is fresh and natural. Sophisticated. Amazing. I love it.

Balmain

Interesting runway for Balmain which switched from the glam rock punk looks to the seventies inspiration. Christophe Decarnin definitely hangs on the tight slim cigarette pants, and adds beautiful slimming mid-caf booties. The looks are rich and feminine with all the amazing broderies, and also low waisted without belts. I love the details on each piece and the flattering silhouettes.

Kenzo

Antonio Marras made a beautiful collection with a lot of patterns and patchworks, which is a signature piece for the brand. He apparently was inspired by the mexican great artist Frida Kahlo and the result is flowy, bohemian, long colorful dresses.

Stella McCartney

I love the Stella esthetics in general and this season I am excited again. I love the way she works the simplicity, the knits and the sheers, the ample and tight lines. The polka dots are fun and I love the way she spread them on the garments. This is the classic elegance that would make anyone look fantastic wearing her looks.

Barbara Bui

Her looks remind me a bit of Burberry’s FW10’s runway. I keep loving the aviator style, the shearling and big collars, the neutral colors and the cuffs everywhere. I love the leather always, the tight almost leggin pants forever and the fierce look most definitely. The structure and sophistication are beautiful and successful in this collection.

3 comments

  1. Hey,

    I really love your selection and your point of view about the clothes you selected. I made some selections on my blog too.

    Hope you will see my blog, and tell me what you think of it 🙂

    See you soon

    Justine

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