Category Archives: Fashion Week Reviews

Wearable, aka Elie Saab

If there is a designer out there that can be considered superfluously wearable, that’s Elie Saab. While his creations are undebatably pretty, we sometimes have to ask ourselves whether the commercial isn’t a bit too present. This season’s collection looks … Continue reading

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Biased view about…

Kenzo. Kenzo is my number 1, all time, all world favourite brand. Everything that is Kenzo – romantic, edgy, artistic, feminine, smart, soft, everything at the same time – that’s what I love. That said, Fall-Winter 2011/2012 is no different … Continue reading

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The darkness descends upon Lanvin – yay!

Alber Elbaz is one of the grands. That’s an established axiom nowadays in the fashion world and it seems no matter what he does, it’s always beautiful, wearable and artistic at the same time. Lanvin for Fall/Winter 2011-2012 is no … Continue reading

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The only celebrity designers that know what they’re doing*.

*because I still need time to adjust to Victoria Beckham as a designer, and Gwen Stephani’s LAMB disappointed after a strong SS2011. Celebrities and fashion, fashion and celebrities. While I understand the immediate correlation between the two – a famous … Continue reading

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Gucci, already?

Fashion month is flying by, darlings. It’s like yesterday I was praying for time to go faster so NYFW would start already and now, we’re more than half-way through. So, Gucci. This season, the Gucci woman is sexy, but mostly, … Continue reading

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As promised, Badgley Mischka

Seeing the first few looks of the Autumn Winter 2011-2012 Badgley Mischka collection, I was rather surprised to see quite a lot of black. It is arguable that, though the looks go through many more hues – hot pink, turquoise, emerald, … Continue reading

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Narciso Rodriguez has the right idea.

I though it was just me realizing I’ve lived during three different decades(whoa), but the 90s have seemed very appealing lately. Considering the minimalistic direction of ad campaigns and New York runways, it’s obvious I’m not the only one thinking … Continue reading

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