Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Paris Fashion Week: Part 2

Let's look at the brilliance of Chanel first...I mean a real ice sculpture shipped from Scandinavia on the runway?!

This outfit looks cozy and glamorous. The white with the layers of jewels makes it all look so surreal. I want to bundle myself up in this furry coat!!

This chunky knit looks just like a big puffer jacket and I love the sparkles on the skirt! Oh and furry boots...what a must have.

The final outfit for the show was this bridal dress knitted in silk tulle ribbon with flouncy layers in the back. The dress is supposed to resemble Chanel's bouclé tweed.

"I was working on something domestic. Casual things mixed with classic. And a kind of rigidity," said Nicolas Ghesquière for Balenciaga

Christophe Decarnin's (one of my favorite designers) collection for Balmain has been described as "Baroque rock n' roll"

This plum purple is so beautiful and paired with gold and sequins galore it exudes the Baroque style

These big shoulders with the miniest dress are two of Decarnin's signatures

Play on length is big this season and this dress satisfies those Balmain girls who love to show a little skin by the deep v-neck and high leg-slit. This dress has already been word by 3 celebrities!

Chloé's show played on the character of a classic 70's American girl with all of the neutrals, pant suits, and natural makeup on the models. However, it seemed the designer, Hannah MacGibbon, has left behind her signature billowy dresses, chunky shoes, and hardware adorned bag for a more sophisticated style that may leave Chloé followers confused.

Another puffer I spying a trend?

The beauty of Paris Fashion Week will continue tomorrow! And for all of those who are not yet following I would greatly appreciate it if you did!!

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