Chanel Fall-Winter 2010/11 Video

Karl Lagerfeld invited his guests in the North Pole for a spectacular show in the Grand Palais. This fall and winter collection 2010-2011 is dedicated to furs. However, while at Fendi (for whom Karl Lagerfeld also works), they are all real, at Chanel, this season, they are all fake! When they don’t recover boots, furs are sown, knit, woven in the tweed, signature of the Maison. Declined under all its forms, the fur even turns into pants! It has the merit to warm-up the coldest of us.

Paris Fashion Week Part.2

Balenciaga experimental, Balmain sparkling, A. F. Vandevorst Simple

Big disparity of styles last week in the Parisian Fashion Week: while Nicolas Ghesquière pushes the research at Balenciaga, Christophe Decarnin prefers to cover the women of golod. On Thursday morning, Balenciaga seems to have transformed a floor of the hotel Crillon into a laboratory. On an illuminated podium, Nicolas Ghesquière is once again the most experimental of the current Designers. While the rest of them revisit the previous decades, Balenciaga prefers to look forward, exploiting completely the technological resources of the 21st century.

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.

Christian Dior Fall-Winter 2010/11

Okay, I want to know how you like this collection. I like the mix of leather and very airy, soft fabrics. I love the feminine looks, almost wild and animal (can you see their influence?). I like the equestrianism style (or horse backridding outfits) however I would not see myself wear most of what Galliano proposed. It’s fun to watch though!

Alice at department store Printemps in Paris

The store is celebrating the release of the new Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland on March 24th. Amazing designers like Haider Ackermann, Manish Arora, Chloé, Ann Demeulemeester, Christopher Kane, Nicholas Kirkwood, Maison Martin Margiela, Bernhard Willhelm, and Alexander McQueen (God bless him) have done a fabulous job in making Alice current and sooo chic.