Spring 2015 RTW : Paris Fashion Week : Part Three

Spring 2015 RTW : Paris Fashion Week : Part Three

So this is the final post covering Spring 2015; it's part three (the finale) of Paris Fashion Week and this post is just filled with all the big name fashion houses. I suppose overall, the collections that really stuck with me were The Row, Luisa Beccaria, Etro, Naeem Khan and Erdem. Starting off with Chanel, if you haven't seen it in news already, it was a lovely feminist gesture. But with reference to the actual clothes, I liked that they were simpler silhouettes, relying on colours for the edge. The watercolour print is…Read more
Resort 2015 : Part One

Resort 2015 : Part One

The Resort 2015 collections are starting to trickle in, with the destination cruise collections like Chanel, Louis Vuitton releasing ahead of time. I'm following a new format for my runway fashion posts where I club 10-12 collections in one post. It will be image heavy! If you're looking for specific designers, try the tags. We start off with Dior!   Dior Set upon a cruise over the Hudson river, the collection felt very Dior-esque with its large but soft prints. The minimalism and cuts gave it more edge. I really love the sharp…Read more
Spring 2014 RTW : Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu

Spring 2014 RTW : Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu

Spring 2014 RTW at Paris Fashion Week : Alexander McQueen, Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu   Alexander McQueen You always expect drama and edge with a McQueen collection and it was delivered.   Louis Vuitton The mood was celebratory even though the colour palette wasn't. The detailing with the beading, embroidery and is gorgeous.     Miu Miu The entire collection revolved around this chic Parisian girl and I love the aesthetics. The pastel coats in particular with the knit leggings is a very beautiful look.       Image Credit :┬áStyle.com |…Read more
Fall 2012 RTW : Louis Vuitton

Fall 2012 RTW : Louis Vuitton

Marc Jacobs added his vision of extraordinary details and huge hats to the Louis Vuitton collection as well. Some of the techniques used can only be marvelled at. I don't see many people wearing the entire look but many of them did have beautifully embroidered details like leather patchwork, prints etc. What drew me to this collection was the optical disc/kaleidoscope patterns on thick fabric. It wowed me. As I read one person say, many of the coats were very 'Downtown Abbey'-ish. I certainly felt that way with the opening piece. But as…Read more