Paris Fashion Week (PFW) is one of the most anticipated of the year, as it is where the big maisons parade and where celebrities and fashionistas fight for a place in row A. It is also the longest fashion week and that closes the cycle of the 4 most fashionable places in the world. It’s after Paris that all models, prs, bloggers, photographers, stylists, dressmakers, journalists … put their feet up and rest for at least 2 days, then start all over again.
I confess that I am dazzled by the parades presented in Paris! I usually want the whole collection, without exception.
Dior is always one of the most anticipated shows. Now with Maria Grazia Chiuri as creative director of the brand, more so. She was able to rejuvenate the brand and attend to audiences she had not attended before. Not to mention that he managed to innovate, keeping some traces of Christian Dior. It is always a success!
Yves Saint Laurent brought the classic bulky dresses and the girl who just wants to have fun in the midst of great shine and leather! I found the theme of the parade as much as possible, even more so the walkway has as background the illuminated Eiffel Tower.
Balmain and his squad of independent, powerful women. This is what I feel when I attend the parades of Oliver Rousteing, which always causes frisson during fashion week either with its collection or with the list of celebrities in its A-row.
Valentino is inspired by the expeditions of Apollo and the space missions. Pierpaolo wants to bring back in each collection the glamor of the 80’s that Mr. Valentino brought the fashion. We are all with you!
Chanel always at 10 a.m. on a Tuesday at the Grand Palais. It is there that Karl Lagerfeld can do EVERYTHING, turn the location into an airport, into a robotics center, make a rocket take off, and now create a waterfall. All to bring a keepsake into your viewers and present your collections that are always wonderful.
Karl brings to spring / summer 18 healing by the power of nature, the importance of hand-made and optimism. The plastic booties are the opposite and an alert about unbridled consumption and pollution.
Louis Vuitton opened its new store at 2 Place Vendôme in Paris with a lot of glamour! It was in these streets that Vuitton learned its artisan art and inaugurated its first store in 1854. This store represents the beginning of everything, and will reconnect Place Vendôme and the traditional mtetiers of the House. Haute couture, prompt delivery, jewelery, watches, leather products, shoes, fragrances, accessories and craft workshops will all be in one place, all in the place.
On the catwalk, that happens at Louvre Museum, a more sporty line, stripes and overlays.