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 Gisele is so gorgeous that she can look chic even when she is barefoot. That’s what Karl Lagerfeld must have thought when he chose her as the face of the new Chanel campaign for spring 2015. Gisele walks all around Paris barefoot, looking breathtaking. The whole campaign was captured by Karl Lagerefeld himself!


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PFW Spring 2015 Ready to wear FeaturedAnd we’ve finally reached the end of Paris Fashion Week, and the end of the fashion month. I’m happy to report that the last day was a nice surprise to an otherwise, not very interesting fashion week, despite the well-known designers that it included. For me the highlight of the day were the bright & ethereal creations of Rahul Mishra, followed by Miu Miu and Masha Ma for their feminine lines and the abundance of pencil skirts. I was also a fan of Hermes’, Louis Vuitton’s and Moncler Gamme Rouge’s collections, for their mostly clean and minimal lines, and interesting designs.

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PFW RTW Spring 2015 Day 8 featuredParis Fashion Week has almost come to an end (it ends today), and we’re finally ready to wave this fashion month goodbye, because even though we didn’t go to the actual shows, even covering them from the comfort of our houses, was not an easy job. So don’t get me wrong, but I feel a bit relieved for that fact. I was eagerly waiting for day 8 to come, because I wanted to see the shows of Chanel, Valentino and Alexander McQueen. While Valentino had some really nice pieces in this collection, I wasn’t that impressed with the other two. I loved the idea of Chanel Boulevard, and how everything was presented, but I didn’t like the actual collection that much. I think Chanel left their usual classic feminine chic image behind, and did something different with their last 2 collections. More colors, more prints, and a lot of sporty chic again! Sporty chic was definitely a trend we saw in many collections this season, so it’s definitely going to be big again this spring. My favorites of the day were: Valentin Yudashkin for his dreamy, and feminine creations, and Shiatzy Chen. Which were your favorites of the day?

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Elie Saab Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

Elie Saab Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

As the Fashion Week of Paris comes to an end, things are getting more interesting. On day seven, we saw some of the most famous houses, like Stella McCartney, Elie Saab, Veronique Branquinho, Sonia Rykiel and Sain Laurent. Everyone showed some great designs but I really loved the ones by Elie Saab. They are feminine and unique, in stunning shades, which remind of spring time. This was a day which I definitely wanted to be there. Let’s see what was presented that day.

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PFW day 6 spring 2015 ready to wear featuredIt was the 6th day of the Paris Fashion Week yesterday, and while we have lots more shows to see, so far I’m not that impressed. I believe that Milan Fashion Week had much more interesting collections to show. Among all the shows of the day, the ones that stood out for me were Maxime Simoëns (which was my favorite of the day) for its colorful and feminine pieces, and then, Martin Grant, who kept it minimal but still feminine (even in darker hues) and Akris, because of the sporty chic vibe I got from the show. Let’s see all the designers of the day. As usual you can click on the links below the photos to see their whole collections.

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Junya Watanabe Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

 We can’t imagine fashion week without some crazy, theatrical collections like Vivienne Westwood’s, Junya Watanabe’s and the Japanese Comme des Garçons’ as the highlight !

However, on the fifth day, monochrome outfits were the ones which stood out the most, with black and white starring in almost every collection. What impressed me the most, was no other than Thierry Mugler‘s show, whose collection was designed by David Koma and while the lines of his collection were stricter, with blazers and suits, they still remained feminine enough!

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A.F. Vandevorst Spring 2015 Ready-to-WearA.F. Vandevorst Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

I expected many things from Paris Fashion Week so I am not going to lie about it. I did not see enough breathtaking creations even during day 4. We mostly saw dark and white shades. I thought that Spring is about colors and floral patterns but every single designer had different plans. However I liked some pieces but I only found two of them interesting. Firstly, Christian Dior showed us some stunning designs and I have to admit that it was the best Ready-to-Wear I had ever seen. Also, Andrew Gn had some unique and not at all monotonous patterns and this was a lovely surprise. So take a look at what was presented that day.

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Paris Fashion Week Day 3On the third day of the Paris Fashion Week black & white and blue sihlouettes made their appearance. However, there were also colorful looks; don’t forget that we’re talking about spring. In my opinion, the cut-outs and transparencies on Balmain’s outfits made an impression. Some of the looks may be simple but, simplicity is all you need to be chic. The third day of the shows ended great, in my opinion of course, with monochrome and a small dose of drama by Lanvin’s designer Alber Elbaz. We’re still on the begginning and we have so much more to see… Can’t wait! Until then, get a taste of yesterday’s shows:

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PFW Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear day 2 featuredThe second day of Paris Fashion Week wasn’t as impressive as I expected it to be. I can’t say that I liked a lot of collections, but I can tell you which ones stood out in my opinion. I LOVED Guy Laroche’s creations, and I would happily wear each and every one of them; some minimal, some printed, but all very feminine and pretty. After Guy Laroche, I liked Balenciaga’s collection (with Alexander Wang behind the wheel) for its pure, strict lines and decorative embellishments. However, I didn’t enjoy the dark, kind of futuristic vibe of the show. My next favorites were the creations of Alexis Mabille, and Sonia by Sonia Rykiel whose collection included a lot of pink and was a refreshing and playful note among the mostly black and white pieces of other collections. On the other side, on the top of the collections I didn’t like, were Dries Van Noten’s creations full of printed pieces mixed together, while the models were walking on a forest-like carpet. Which ones were your favorites of the day?

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So since yesterday Paris Fashion Week is on and I am pretty excited for the big shows! During day one I had high expectations which fell apart the moment I checked the shows! Most of the collections were medium, and some were really bad like the “Hood by air” one. There was a lot of black and white (which I don’t really like) in many shows, but of course there were bright exceptions of spring-full collections like the ones by Pascal Millet and Jacquemus! So let’s see what happened during day 1!

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