if you ask me Valentino presented one the most beautiful collections that i’ve seen so far. An organza delirium with lace, some embroidery and a handful of romanticism created a poetic collection that could be described as an “ode to elegance”. Maria Grazia Chuiri end Pier Paolo Piccioli keep doing an amazing job.
for April Crichton, the new creative director,who designed alongside Nathalie Rykiel the first Sonia Rykiel collection, yellow is the color of next spring, in a 20’s context. Models walked down the vibrant yellow catwalk while Queen were singing the “Bicycle Race”. Low waisted skirts and tight little sweaters, pleats and crepe-de-chine. Our beloved Rosanna Georgiou appeared second on the catwalk and i almost cheered!
if you remember my small adventure from the previous time i came to Paris fashion week, well, history tends to repeat itself so once again Lanvin show was straight after Margiela show, which was 40 minutes delayed. Add a traffic jam and 25 minutes waiting at the same point of the street looking at each other in the shuttle makes a ‘mad me’ arriving at Lanvin by the time the show had started. no seats, no light to find your way to the stairs, all sweating and stressed.
lousy pictures. i promised myself next time i’ll be there an hour earlier no matter what because you really don’t want to see Freja Beha rocking the catwalk in some of the season’s greatest creations from the eighth fucking row.
my beloved fashion junkies, i arrived in Paris today for the fashion week and i’m already exhausted by the frenzy crowd, the rudeness of the fashionistas and above all by the luggage i had to carry from athens because two pairs of shoes just don’t do it for me. without further info i present you what i saw at Margiela show- Lanvin and more to follow soon because now i have to catch my breath and drink some water before i die over the keyboard.