Paris Fashion Week Part.1

After New York, London and Milan the trendiest week settles down in Paris. And it is with excitement that we get ready to discover the collections of this winter 2010-2011. After the disappearance of the unruly child of fashion, Alexander Mcqueen whose parade was canceled, the show has to continue nevertheless.

What will be the inevitable trends which will meet in your next wintry wardrobe? Here are the first Designers…

Anne Valérie Hash

This Winter, Anne Valérie Hash presents a free woman who deceives volumes and transparencies. At the same time relaxed and smart, silhouettes decline in elegant tints of blue, grey, black, dregs of wine and green. Jersey, vital lead, are put next to silk and to wool. The Belgian creator definitively proposes a sensual  collection where everything is in delicacy, a hymn to femininity.

Gareth Pugh

The Gareth Pugh woman changes in an Alien for Winter 2010. Dressed in leather, like an agent coming from the Matrix movie,  she is the warrior of the modern times who gets dressed of black from head to toe. The futuristic collection (as usual) plays on the shimmer and shapes of armor: neoprene pantsuits, asymmetric ultra-long jackets and dresses; silhouettes are strong and protected by the material while remaining thin and sensual.

Dries Van Noten

The fashion designer Dries Van Noten proposes “casual” silhouettes based on plays of fabrics and material. The flowery motif painted by hand on the duchess satin  faces more sculptural cuts of a male closet. The ample forms of the trench coats and corolla  skirts inspired by the 50’s reflect an elegant and relaxed woman. Silhouettes contradict themselves ceaselessly both with the volumes and with the fabrics without ever losing their identity. A bit risky for a collection perfectly maitrisée.

Felipe Oliveira Baptista

Inspired by the Arctic pole, big explorers, desert landscapes and polar mammals, Felipe Oliveira Baptista wanted to make us share his urge for freedom and the return to essentials. By proposing what he calls a “new shape of clothing expression” the Designer elaborated a functional, general-purpose wardrobe adapted to all situations. Of neo-cool cuts with technical materials for a collection without frontiers!


Marco Zanini proposes for the coming winter a baby doll just taken from the sixties with blow-dry brushings and vibrant mouths. The collection tinged with turquoise, mandarin, anise green and camel remains very Summery and the first reactions were unanimous: this collection sometimes misses coherence. The Designer who wanted to mix materials and colors created strange associations that did not seduce the onlookers…


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  1. The Rochas outfit is quite weird… I don't know about this, but I'd need to look at the rest of the collection. Otherwise I really like Dries Van Noten. The leopard jacket is hot!

  2. Je trouve que Gareth Pugh a vraiment une personnalité et une identité des plus remarquables. Ses oeuvres sont toujours fidèles à sa vision de la femme et de la mode et je trouve cela magnifique.