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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020
    Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers.

    This season the brand is one of the…[Read more]

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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
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    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the house after Yoan SERFATY, he made a pause on the black and leather DNA to be more eclectic with this dialog between construction and deconstruction, which is specific and well appreciated in the Belgian designers. This season the brand is one of the most attended show: appreciated by streetwear and luxury influencers and buyers, the brand is more popular than ever. Under the Alexandre III bridge, the show was a dual experience: inside and outside for standing with a view, on la Seine and the tourist boats.  Glenn MARTENS\'s goal is to have classic pieces but also unique. With a sound design based on the famous The Blue Danube by STRAUSS, the classic is turned into a noisy electronic sound à la Orange Mécanique. A Drama effect with the velvet dress and hypnotic graphics, from transparent ruffle pants and velvet dresses to shoes like tiger-printed mules, must be a commercial success for buyers.  Asymmetric creation that I call visual anomalies, we pay attention to these mistakes in the manufacturing process: oversized collars, irregular buttons. Y/PROJECT made for the bold silhouettes lovers: a python printed trench coat that we wear correctly with iconic Accordion Bag. The architectural aesthetic is still inspiring for Gleen, where we can guess the sewing patterns, like on denim pants with a column leg. In the Must-have accessories, we can note the 3D relief broaches and Extra-long clutches, reminding a clarinet case. Orchestral is the Next Trend? written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #yproject #yprojectarticle #yprojectss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE1339_ALE1249_ALE1245_ALE1225
    Orchestral Show for Y/Project Spring Summer 2020 Since the Glenn MARTENS took the direction of the h
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020
    Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making…[Read more]

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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
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    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk about Parisian style-nominated number one for the French more Influent person in the world By Vanity Fair, despite the small period of doubt at his debuts for CELINE. Even the top Korean artist Black Pink travel to see his latest collection, making all his fans excited. The fashion brains were also like Jessica Michault, Sophie Fontanel, Emmanuelle Alt, and Anna Wintour, who came very discreet in the CELINE black box.  After a moment in the darkness and a spectacular big bang light-moving-sculpture, the first 2020 CELINE woman appears, with her fresh and gender-fluid silhouette: denim shirt, flare jeans, white flat sneakers and a marine six-buttons blazer. The perfect continuity with the last men\'s season.  Boheme, more feminine, will also be very fashionable next spring: boyish silhouettes are broken with aerial dresses, ruffle blouses, paisley headscarves, that look bolder thanks to faux fur jackets and suede and reptilian high boots. Hannah MOTLER made the Must-have look walking in her long ruffled skirt, a unique piece made of a Japanese denim patchwork. The night is part of Hedi, and we must shine and call to the couture technics: must have is to wear thousands of sequins, gold thread embroideries. A Parisian maximal effect because \"Rive Gauche Triomphe.\"  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celiness20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle _FIO0640_FIO0341_FIO0159_FIO0077
    The Celine Woman Sparkles for Spring Summer 2020 Hedi Slimane is the designer to quote when we talk
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020
    Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School. 

    A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A…[Read more]

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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
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    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hottest places during this Paris fashion week: after Koche in the George Pompidou Museum, Anais Mak takes us in the Henri IV High School.  A simple manufacturing clothes collection that Anais makes fresh and young as a sign of liberty and feminity. A Blazer and short suit is opening the show, embellished with an extravagant tiger print. Classics from the wardrobe revisited, a cardigan is more relax fitted, a blazer worn with pleated skirts with beautiful iridescent effects like a Saturday night fever is continuing at school.  Fashion references, especially to Monsieur Saint Laurent, by the abundance of hearts in the collection: buttons, belts, also on the knitwear and boobs patches for a nightdress. And let\'s forget heels girls, we wear the Nike Air Force 1 with a unique custom by Anais: without shoelaces and embellished with a golden wave.  The intention was more transparent for the final with the two woman bride holding hands under the same veil, walking with the famous Carmen Opera, L\'amour est un oiseau rebelle, A moment to remind us that fashion is a big machine. However, designers still have tips for expressing themselves and people who want to wear their creations.  written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anaisjourden #anaisjourdenarticle #anaisjourdenss20 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #ritualprojects #ritualprojectsarticle _ALE0720_ALE0565_ALE0373_ALE0130
    Back To School Is The Next Trend For Anais Jourden Spring Summer 2020 Cultural buildings are the hot
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 3 weeks ago

    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstructed silhouettes, Moohong’s collection for SS2020 walked the line between the expected and the non-traditional. With designs described as counter-intuitive, Moohong’s garments do indeed appear at first glance to be different in a vaguely new way…[Read more]

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    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstructed silhouettes, Moohong’s collection for SS2020 walked the line between the expected and the non-traditional. With designs described as counter-intuitive, Moohong’s garments do indeed appear at first glance to be different in a vaguely new way. The lineup of SS2020 reflected this sentiment in multi-structural pieces like the double structured blazers, duo waist trousers, and sleeve-tie button-down tops. Where one feels a sense of being just a bit out of sorts but also intrigued. Patterns were kept to a minimum and only appeared as tone on tone stripes and basic plaids and were used sparingly. Solids dominated while satin-like finishes and metallics added interest and variation to the more understated fabrics. For this collection, two opposing approaches come together in a cohesive yet atypical expression of vitality. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle hauturely_moohong-ss2020-18hauturely_moohong-ss2020-26hauturely_moohong-ss2020-30hauturely_moohong-ss2020-41
    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstr
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    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstructed silhouettes, Moohong’s collection for SS2020 walked the line between the expected and the non-traditional. With designs described as counter-intuitive, Moohong’s garments do indeed appear at first glance to be different in a vaguely new way. The lineup of SS2020 reflected this sentiment in multi-structural pieces like the double structured blazers, duo waist trousers, and sleeve-tie button-down tops. Where one feels a sense of being just a bit out of sorts but also intrigued. Patterns were kept to a minimum and only appeared as tone on tone stripes and basic plaids and were used sparingly. Solids dominated while satin-like finishes and metallics added interest and variation to the more understated fabrics. For this collection, two opposing approaches come together in a cohesive yet atypical expression of vitality. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle hauturely_moohong-ss2020-18hauturely_moohong-ss2020-26hauturely_moohong-ss2020-30hauturely_moohong-ss2020-41
    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstr
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    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstructed silhouettes, Moohong’s collection for SS2020 walked the line between the expected and the non-traditional. With designs described as counter-intuitive, Moohong’s garments do indeed appear at first glance to be different in a vaguely new way. The lineup of SS2020 reflected this sentiment in multi-structural pieces like the double structured blazers, duo waist trousers, and sleeve-tie button-down tops. Where one feels a sense of being just a bit out of sorts but also intrigued. Patterns were kept to a minimum and only appeared as tone on tone stripes and basic plaids and were used sparingly. Solids dominated while satin-like finishes and metallics added interest and variation to the more understated fabrics. For this collection, two opposing approaches come together in a cohesive yet atypical expression of vitality. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle hauturely_moohong-ss2020-18hauturely_moohong-ss2020-26hauturely_moohong-ss2020-30hauturely_moohong-ss2020-41
    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstr
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    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstructed silhouettes, Moohong’s collection for SS2020 walked the line between the expected and the non-traditional. With designs described as counter-intuitive, Moohong’s garments do indeed appear at first glance to be different in a vaguely new way. The lineup of SS2020 reflected this sentiment in multi-structural pieces like the double structured blazers, duo waist trousers, and sleeve-tie button-down tops. Where one feels a sense of being just a bit out of sorts but also intrigued. Patterns were kept to a minimum and only appeared as tone on tone stripes and basic plaids and were used sparingly. Solids dominated while satin-like finishes and metallics added interest and variation to the more understated fabrics. For this collection, two opposing approaches come together in a cohesive yet atypical expression of vitality. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Moohong Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #moohong #moohongarticle #moohongss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #autrementpr #autrementprarticle hauturely_moohong-ss2020-18hauturely_moohong-ss2020-26hauturely_moohong-ss2020-30hauturely_moohong-ss2020-41
    Moohong Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Known for unconventional tailoring and deconstr
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 10 months, 4 weeks ago

    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of…[Read more]

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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through the lens of rose-colored glasses in a joyful romp of exquisite artistry, could not only describe the SS2020 collection but the Manish Arora brand as a whole. The Manish Arora aesthetic is an unabashedly beautiful expression of the happy art of garment creation. Using a love of unapologetic color, intricacies of folk art, a bold silhouette, and regal adornment make this brand unique. Pink and gold anchored the collection and was infused throughout, with some exceptions expressed in black satin sprinkled with sequined rainbow hearts embroidered starbursts and colored studs found on ankle-skimming dresses, jackets, and pullover hoodies. Oversized bows popped up intermittently and adorned necks and waists. With a decided sixties mod disposition via Carnaby Row accentuated with a nod to eighties expressed in a bubble gum pink rainbow embroidered windbreaker, acid-washed distressed denim, and statement belts. As well as a smattering of the 1970s as seen in the sequined sheath maxi dress and pearl-encrusted prairie skirts with a campy Laura Ashley vibe, the looks entice the viewer in a funhouse mirror of happy hues and reflective facing patterns. Floor-length peasant skirts adorned with Indian & Eastern European floral folk art, tropical botanicals, paisley, and ornate birds are paired with pieces like an eighties era embroidered denim jacket and ruffled bib tops. Hearts figure prominently throughout the lineup and are used as trim, and in a playful pattern of heart-shaped geodes on a sea of stripes, in a standout sacred heart embossed hoodie dress and a plethora of crossbody bags. Butterflies, hamsas, starbursts, peacocks, bongo drums all suggest a tribal celebration as does the extraordinary headdresses. Parachute pants, flouncy brocade skirts, a floor-length tulle gown in hot pink and pussy-bow blouses in all manner of prints and textiles round out the spirited psychedelic collection. While the accessories stay in the vein of camp, humor and nostalgia with the smiley face handbags, Saturday morning cartoon belts and bags adorned with rainbows, stars, and hot lips, as well as evil eyes, tiger eye butterflies and hamsas. Then feather-trimmed pumps and platform stiletto boots remind you that this is an over the top collection that is to be celebrated and admired. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8824-1569499182Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8777-1569499077Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8827-1569499198Manish-Arora-RTW-SS20-Paris-8844-1569499255
    Manish Arora Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week A kaleidoscope of kitsch, as seen through
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely,…[Read more]

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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and emphasis on movement and comfort, the SS2020 lineup presents a starkly alluring world of minimalist elegance. The brand prides itself on creating clothing that adheres to the utilitarian essence of the act of wearing clothes, where one can move freely, unrestrained in fabrics that breathe, but also offer the wearer a uniquely tactile experience. Nehera gave a distinct emphasis on masculine tailoring and, in particular, the button-down shirt. They presented button-down shirts in the more expected symmetrical execution as well as the unconventional application, as seen in the arm-free decorative sleeves in several looks. This androgynous aesthetic was balanced by overly feminine pieces expressed in puffed sleeved shoulders, billowing dresses, bottoms, and straight cut skirts with built-in-belts. While more conventional pieces kept the collection grounded like the scooped-neck black maxi dress, available in both long-sleeved and sleeveless, long biker shorts, and culottes. Shirt dresses, buttonless trenches and halter tops also lent an air of conventionality with their simple forms and unfettered fits. Solids dominated and were shown in reflective satins, simple cottons, and linen, as well as an unexpected crochet-like jumpsuit. An occasional painterly patterned showed up on three pieces: a singular cropped vest, a button-down top, and an A-line dress and added a sense of whimsy and interest. While a palette of neutrals peppered with marigold, red, peach, navy, pale blue, and yellow allowed the lineup to be both soothing and playful. Accessories such as the straight-forward single band slides, pointed riding boots, and bucket bags adhering to the minimalist approach were unadorned. Instead, they focused on structure and functionality. In total, the lineup for SS2020 is a streamlined yet flirtatious coalescence of form, function, and grace. written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Nehera Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherass20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3609-1569421595Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3728-1569421870Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3665-1569421723Nehera-RTW-SS20-Paris-3625-1569421627
    Nehera Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Quietly bold with its unfussy approach and empha
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week
    Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery…[Read more]

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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand la
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand la
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand la
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    Schandani Spring Summer 2020 during Paris Fashion Week Paris Fashion Week kicked off with a brand launch presentation for Schandani. It was held in a gallery in the third arrondissement of Paris, otherwise known as the Haut-Marais. Bordering the fashionable Marias district and adjacent to a well-known fashion university, the independent gallery tucked away on a cul-de-sac was the perfect location to commence the SS2020 season. A lively and artful lineup, the inspiration for the SS2020 collection is an expression of the retainment of the essence of childhood and the inner child in us all; a desire to keep the wonderment of childhood alive through artfully constructed garments. The use of handkerchiefs in many of the pieces reinforces this sense of nostalgia. Handkerchiefs which can still be found in modern-day society are not often used, and they are, in a sense, a relic of another era. Perhaps a less complicated era—though the techniques involved are indeed quite complicated. Trained as a traditional artist in watercolor, Chandani uses tulle in her work as it allows for a soft, playful use of color, similar to the application of watercolors. She then implements a complicated patchwork and pleating technique with the handkerchiefs and overlaying the tulle to create unique and dreamy pieces that are both beautiful and strong. Her creations are also quite structural with a sense of independence—they can stand on their own and also work harmoniously with other pieces from the collection as well as everyday streetwear. Described as “Demi-couture for those who see intricacy as the purest form of expression”; the collection for SS2020 holds true to this sentiment in a remarkable yet approachable combination of art and craftsmanship. To learn more about the designer and her unique brand head to Schandani.com written by Alicia Mackin Click HERE to view the full Schandani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #schandani #schandaniarticle #schandaniss20 #aliciamackin #pfw #pfwarticle #ouibridge #ouibridgearticle w1000-1034334vk0BNpgKw1000-1034334bIp21AYTw1000-1034334RAxf82Zow1000-1034334nifuuYzI
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    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    Chanel’s farewell to the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld was held on 4/5/19 at the Grand Pails in Paris, France. Winter Wonderland came to life with faux snow, built-in cabins, and a snowy mountain backdrop. Chanel’s F/W 2019 ready to wear runway show was nothing short of mag…[Read more]

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    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld was held on 4/5/19 at the Grand Pails in Paris, France. Winter Wonderland came to life with faux snow, built-in cabins, and a snowy mountain backdrop. Chanel’s F/W 2019 ready to wear runway show was nothing short of magical. Before the show began, Karl’s voice from a recent Chanel podcast pumped through the speakers. He spoke in French about his offer to become the creative director of Chanel 37 years ago. Initially, he turned the position down because everyone said it would not work, but he decided to go for it and challenge himself. The very last sentence which he said in English was “Oh, it’s like walking in a painting, and that I will never forget.” With that, the models began to walk in their painting handcrafted by Karl himself. They walked boldly with their chins up and one hand in their pocket down the snow-covered runway. The Chanel signature could be spotted a mile away. Classic and timeless silhouettes graced the catwalk in tweed, houndstooth, and mixed plaid. The color palette was black, white, gray, and brown. Wide leg trousers, oversized blazers, and coats, with separates, sweater dresses, and fedoras were pieces we saw. This fashion show was like something out of a movie. There were 2,600 guests including celebrities Janelle Monae, Kristen Stewart, Stella Tennant and Penelope Cruz who walked in the show. Many models that Karl helped shape their careers like Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell were also in attendance to pay their respects to the late great Lagerfeld. One thing is for sure Karl Lagerfeld bridged generational gaps and made the house of Chanel relevant again with his creativity and imagination. He was all about looking to the future and never looking back. written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Chanel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chanel #chanelarticle #chanelfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0735_ALE0700_ALE0072_ALE0898
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    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld was held on 4/5/19 at the Grand Pails in Paris, France. Winter Wonderland came to life with faux snow, built-in cabins, and a snowy mountain backdrop. Chanel’s F/W 2019 ready to wear runway show was nothing short of magical. Before the show began, Karl’s voice from a recent Chanel podcast pumped through the speakers. He spoke in French about his offer to become the creative director of Chanel 37 years ago. Initially, he turned the position down because everyone said it would not work, but he decided to go for it and challenge himself. The very last sentence which he said in English was “Oh, it’s like walking in a painting, and that I will never forget.” With that, the models began to walk in their painting handcrafted by Karl himself. They walked boldly with their chins up and one hand in their pocket down the snow-covered runway. The Chanel signature could be spotted a mile away. Classic and timeless silhouettes graced the catwalk in tweed, houndstooth, and mixed plaid. The color palette was black, white, gray, and brown. Wide leg trousers, oversized blazers, and coats, with separates, sweater dresses, and fedoras were pieces we saw. This fashion show was like something out of a movie. There were 2,600 guests including celebrities Janelle Monae, Kristen Stewart, Stella Tennant and Penelope Cruz who walked in the show. Many models that Karl helped shape their careers like Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell were also in attendance to pay their respects to the late great Lagerfeld. One thing is for sure Karl Lagerfeld bridged generational gaps and made the house of Chanel relevant again with his creativity and imagination. He was all about looking to the future and never looking back. written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Chanel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chanel #chanelarticle #chanelfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0735_ALE0700_ALE0072_ALE0898
    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the ic
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    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld was held on 4/5/19 at the Grand Pails in Paris, France. Winter Wonderland came to life with faux snow, built-in cabins, and a snowy mountain backdrop. Chanel’s F/W 2019 ready to wear runway show was nothing short of magical. Before the show began, Karl’s voice from a recent Chanel podcast pumped through the speakers. He spoke in French about his offer to become the creative director of Chanel 37 years ago. Initially, he turned the position down because everyone said it would not work, but he decided to go for it and challenge himself. The very last sentence which he said in English was “Oh, it’s like walking in a painting, and that I will never forget.” With that, the models began to walk in their painting handcrafted by Karl himself. They walked boldly with their chins up and one hand in their pocket down the snow-covered runway. The Chanel signature could be spotted a mile away. Classic and timeless silhouettes graced the catwalk in tweed, houndstooth, and mixed plaid. The color palette was black, white, gray, and brown. Wide leg trousers, oversized blazers, and coats, with separates, sweater dresses, and fedoras were pieces we saw. This fashion show was like something out of a movie. There were 2,600 guests including celebrities Janelle Monae, Kristen Stewart, Stella Tennant and Penelope Cruz who walked in the show. Many models that Karl helped shape their careers like Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell were also in attendance to pay their respects to the late great Lagerfeld. One thing is for sure Karl Lagerfeld bridged generational gaps and made the house of Chanel relevant again with his creativity and imagination. He was all about looking to the future and never looking back. written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Chanel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chanel #chanelarticle #chanelfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0735_ALE0700_ALE0072_ALE0898
    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the ic
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    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the iconic designer Karl Lagerfeld was held on 4/5/19 at the Grand Pails in Paris, France. Winter Wonderland came to life with faux snow, built-in cabins, and a snowy mountain backdrop. Chanel’s F/W 2019 ready to wear runway show was nothing short of magical. Before the show began, Karl’s voice from a recent Chanel podcast pumped through the speakers. He spoke in French about his offer to become the creative director of Chanel 37 years ago. Initially, he turned the position down because everyone said it would not work, but he decided to go for it and challenge himself. The very last sentence which he said in English was “Oh, it’s like walking in a painting, and that I will never forget.” With that, the models began to walk in their painting handcrafted by Karl himself. They walked boldly with their chins up and one hand in their pocket down the snow-covered runway. The Chanel signature could be spotted a mile away. Classic and timeless silhouettes graced the catwalk in tweed, houndstooth, and mixed plaid. The color palette was black, white, gray, and brown. Wide leg trousers, oversized blazers, and coats, with separates, sweater dresses, and fedoras were pieces we saw. This fashion show was like something out of a movie. There were 2,600 guests including celebrities Janelle Monae, Kristen Stewart, Stella Tennant and Penelope Cruz who walked in the show. Many models that Karl helped shape their careers like Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell were also in attendance to pay their respects to the late great Lagerfeld. One thing is for sure Karl Lagerfeld bridged generational gaps and made the house of Chanel relevant again with his creativity and imagination. He was all about looking to the future and never looking back. written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Chanel Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #chanel #chanelarticle #chanelfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0735_ALE0700_ALE0072_ALE0898
    Winter Wonderland at Chanel Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Chanel’s farewell to the ic
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    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    Designer Stella McCartney, daughter of famous singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, is an English fashion designer. Her love for fashion and design started at a young age. At the age of thirteen, she already made her first jacket. Then by the time she was sixteen she was int…[Read more]

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    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartney, daughter of famous singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, is an English fashion designer. Her love for fashion and design started at a young age. At the age of thirteen, she already made her first jacket. Then by the time she was sixteen she was interning at Christian Lacroix, working on her first haute couture collection. McCartney graduated from design school in 1995 and presented her graduation collection which was worn by supermodels Naomi Cambel, Kate Moss, and Yasmin Le Bon. Recyclable, sustainable, and oh so fashionable are the words that describe Stella McCartney’s F/W 19 Collection. Stella McCartney presented her men and women’s F/W 19 collection on 4/3/19 in Paris, France. A mix of reggae and techno blasted from the speakers as the models strutted down the runway which had heartfelt dedications written on it from the #thereshegrows Campaign. Sustainability is something that this designer is very familiar with, but this year she took it to the next level. Using viscose, organic cotton and eco-canvas McCartney also teamed up with the London brand Hunter to design special statement rain boots for her show. Stella mentioned on her website that she wanted to create a collection that people would be able to pass down from generation to generation. The clothes were stylish, chic, and classic. She certainly accomplished her goal! written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #stellamccartney #stellamccartneyarticle #stellamccartneyfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0576_ALE0509_ALE0398_ALE0243
    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartne
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    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartney, daughter of famous singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, is an English fashion designer. Her love for fashion and design started at a young age. At the age of thirteen, she already made her first jacket. Then by the time she was sixteen she was interning at Christian Lacroix, working on her first haute couture collection. McCartney graduated from design school in 1995 and presented her graduation collection which was worn by supermodels Naomi Cambel, Kate Moss, and Yasmin Le Bon. Recyclable, sustainable, and oh so fashionable are the words that describe Stella McCartney’s F/W 19 Collection. Stella McCartney presented her men and women’s F/W 19 collection on 4/3/19 in Paris, France. A mix of reggae and techno blasted from the speakers as the models strutted down the runway which had heartfelt dedications written on it from the #thereshegrows Campaign. Sustainability is something that this designer is very familiar with, but this year she took it to the next level. Using viscose, organic cotton and eco-canvas McCartney also teamed up with the London brand Hunter to design special statement rain boots for her show. Stella mentioned on her website that she wanted to create a collection that people would be able to pass down from generation to generation. The clothes were stylish, chic, and classic. She certainly accomplished her goal! written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #stellamccartney #stellamccartneyarticle #stellamccartneyfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0576_ALE0509_ALE0398_ALE0243
    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartne
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    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartney, daughter of famous singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, is an English fashion designer. Her love for fashion and design started at a young age. At the age of thirteen, she already made her first jacket. Then by the time she was sixteen she was interning at Christian Lacroix, working on her first haute couture collection. McCartney graduated from design school in 1995 and presented her graduation collection which was worn by supermodels Naomi Cambel, Kate Moss, and Yasmin Le Bon. Recyclable, sustainable, and oh so fashionable are the words that describe Stella McCartney’s F/W 19 Collection. Stella McCartney presented her men and women’s F/W 19 collection on 4/3/19 in Paris, France. A mix of reggae and techno blasted from the speakers as the models strutted down the runway which had heartfelt dedications written on it from the #thereshegrows Campaign. Sustainability is something that this designer is very familiar with, but this year she took it to the next level. Using viscose, organic cotton and eco-canvas McCartney also teamed up with the London brand Hunter to design special statement rain boots for her show. Stella mentioned on her website that she wanted to create a collection that people would be able to pass down from generation to generation. The clothes were stylish, chic, and classic. She certainly accomplished her goal! written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #stellamccartney #stellamccartneyarticle #stellamccartneyfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0576_ALE0509_ALE0398_ALE0243
    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartne
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    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartney, daughter of famous singer and songwriter Paul McCartney, is an English fashion designer. Her love for fashion and design started at a young age. At the age of thirteen, she already made her first jacket. Then by the time she was sixteen she was interning at Christian Lacroix, working on her first haute couture collection. McCartney graduated from design school in 1995 and presented her graduation collection which was worn by supermodels Naomi Cambel, Kate Moss, and Yasmin Le Bon. Recyclable, sustainable, and oh so fashionable are the words that describe Stella McCartney’s F/W 19 Collection. Stella McCartney presented her men and women’s F/W 19 collection on 4/3/19 in Paris, France. A mix of reggae and techno blasted from the speakers as the models strutted down the runway which had heartfelt dedications written on it from the #thereshegrows Campaign. Sustainability is something that this designer is very familiar with, but this year she took it to the next level. Using viscose, organic cotton and eco-canvas McCartney also teamed up with the London brand Hunter to design special statement rain boots for her show. Stella mentioned on her website that she wanted to create a collection that people would be able to pass down from generation to generation. The clothes were stylish, chic, and classic. She certainly accomplished her goal! written by Kia Danielle Click HERE to view the full Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #stellamccartney #stellamccartneyarticle #stellamccartneyfw19 #kiadanielle #pfw #pfwarticle _ALE0576_ALE0509_ALE0398_ALE0243
    “Oh Stella” Stella McCartney Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Designer Stella McCartne
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    What Is ‘Normal’ Today? – Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    Titled “Finally Normal People”; the Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is a perfect slice of Manish’s style, peppered with danger and spiced with rebellion. A melting pot of fashionistas outside the American Cathedral in Paris jostled to get in, only to get a peek at t…[Read more]

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    What Is ‘Normal’ Today? - Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Titled “Finally Normal People”; the Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is a perfect slice of Manish’s style, peppered with danger and spiced with rebellion. A melting pot of fashionistas outside the American Cathedral in Paris jostled to get in, only to get a peek at the all-out maximalist approach. Metallic makeup smeared on barely exposed body parts only to emphasize the otherworldly demeanor of the woman as imagined by the designer. Spurring festival fever, modern-day hippies appear to walk straight out of a dystopian future. Rose-colored hues, sunset oranges, and punchy fluorescents remained consistent as Manish Arora yet again adds color and whimsy to the wardrobes. Although baker boy hats may be an ongoing trend, Manish took it to a stratospheric level with lavish embellishments making it a head-turner. Underwhelmed by pastels? Bored by beige? The collection, boldest of red, yellow and pink, almost like a rainbow. No space for “subdued” or “minimalism,” the designer imbues the season with a frisson of 1920s glamour of flapper girls and art deco elements. A full-length and richly embroidered lehenga skirt and head-mounted creations encrusted with feathers amongst others paved way into a whimsical world. Fanciful layers of peacock feather motifs added an explosion of joyful flamboyance. Embellished with fantastical creatures, the designer brings the charm of his imagination to the cathedral. Inspiring messages of affirmation emblazon fun-fur sweatshirts and sand stained tees for the holistic Instagram generation: ‘What if this is all real,’ ‘I am the one I have been waiting for,’ ‘Everything you need is inside you,’ claims Arora. Quirky elements, fringes, denim platform boots, sequin encrusted epaulets, feathers, sequins, ball bag, leopard print hoodies, warrior masks were a few of our favorite highlights in the collection. It was indeed how the designer exclaimed “Far-flung travelers have gathered into a world tribe- a fusion of Navaho, Indian, Tribal and Americana. Spiritualism strikes a chord with pop art and Hollywood glamour in optic cartoon prints, swirling, psychedelia and sequins. The closing look was comprised of a headdress, holding burning incense sticks which diffused the essence within the walls of the cathedral. Manish was here to leave a lasting essence, and he indeed did! written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #daleedassoomar #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_dan0535hauturely_dan0513hauturely_dan0074hauturely_dan0008
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    What Is ‘Normal’ Today? - Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Titled “Finally Normal People”; the Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is a perfect slice of Manish’s style, peppered with danger and spiced with rebellion. A melting pot of fashionistas outside the American Cathedral in Paris jostled to get in, only to get a peek at the all-out maximalist approach. Metallic makeup smeared on barely exposed body parts only to emphasize the otherworldly demeanor of the woman as imagined by the designer. Spurring festival fever, modern-day hippies appear to walk straight out of a dystopian future. Rose-colored hues, sunset oranges, and punchy fluorescents remained consistent as Manish Arora yet again adds color and whimsy to the wardrobes. Although baker boy hats may be an ongoing trend, Manish took it to a stratospheric level with lavish embellishments making it a head-turner. Underwhelmed by pastels? Bored by beige? The collection, boldest of red, yellow and pink, almost like a rainbow. No space for “subdued” or “minimalism,” the designer imbues the season with a frisson of 1920s glamour of flapper girls and art deco elements. A full-length and richly embroidered lehenga skirt and head-mounted creations encrusted with feathers amongst others paved way into a whimsical world. Fanciful layers of peacock feather motifs added an explosion of joyful flamboyance. Embellished with fantastical creatures, the designer brings the charm of his imagination to the cathedral. Inspiring messages of affirmation emblazon fun-fur sweatshirts and sand stained tees for the holistic Instagram generation: ‘What if this is all real,’ ‘I am the one I have been waiting for,’ ‘Everything you need is inside you,’ claims Arora. Quirky elements, fringes, denim platform boots, sequin encrusted epaulets, feathers, sequins, ball bag, leopard print hoodies, warrior masks were a few of our favorite highlights in the collection. It was indeed how the designer exclaimed “Far-flung travelers have gathered into a world tribe- a fusion of Navaho, Indian, Tribal and Americana. Spiritualism strikes a chord with pop art and Hollywood glamour in optic cartoon prints, swirling, psychedelia and sequins. The closing look was comprised of a headdress, holding burning incense sticks which diffused the essence within the walls of the cathedral. Manish was here to leave a lasting essence, and he indeed did! written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #daleedassoomar #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_dan0535hauturely_dan0513hauturely_dan0074hauturely_dan0008
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    What Is ‘Normal’ Today? - Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Titled “Finally Normal People”; the Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is a perfect slice of Manish’s style, peppered with danger and spiced with rebellion. A melting pot of fashionistas outside the American Cathedral in Paris jostled to get in, only to get a peek at the all-out maximalist approach. Metallic makeup smeared on barely exposed body parts only to emphasize the otherworldly demeanor of the woman as imagined by the designer. Spurring festival fever, modern-day hippies appear to walk straight out of a dystopian future. Rose-colored hues, sunset oranges, and punchy fluorescents remained consistent as Manish Arora yet again adds color and whimsy to the wardrobes. Although baker boy hats may be an ongoing trend, Manish took it to a stratospheric level with lavish embellishments making it a head-turner. Underwhelmed by pastels? Bored by beige? The collection, boldest of red, yellow and pink, almost like a rainbow. No space for “subdued” or “minimalism,” the designer imbues the season with a frisson of 1920s glamour of flapper girls and art deco elements. A full-length and richly embroidered lehenga skirt and head-mounted creations encrusted with feathers amongst others paved way into a whimsical world. Fanciful layers of peacock feather motifs added an explosion of joyful flamboyance. Embellished with fantastical creatures, the designer brings the charm of his imagination to the cathedral. Inspiring messages of affirmation emblazon fun-fur sweatshirts and sand stained tees for the holistic Instagram generation: ‘What if this is all real,’ ‘I am the one I have been waiting for,’ ‘Everything you need is inside you,’ claims Arora. Quirky elements, fringes, denim platform boots, sequin encrusted epaulets, feathers, sequins, ball bag, leopard print hoodies, warrior masks were a few of our favorite highlights in the collection. It was indeed how the designer exclaimed “Far-flung travelers have gathered into a world tribe- a fusion of Navaho, Indian, Tribal and Americana. Spiritualism strikes a chord with pop art and Hollywood glamour in optic cartoon prints, swirling, psychedelia and sequins. The closing look was comprised of a headdress, holding burning incense sticks which diffused the essence within the walls of the cathedral. Manish was here to leave a lasting essence, and he indeed did! written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #daleedassoomar #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_dan0535hauturely_dan0513hauturely_dan0074hauturely_dan0008
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    What Is ‘Normal’ Today? - Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Titled “Finally Normal People”; the Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is a perfect slice of Manish’s style, peppered with danger and spiced with rebellion. A melting pot of fashionistas outside the American Cathedral in Paris jostled to get in, only to get a peek at the all-out maximalist approach. Metallic makeup smeared on barely exposed body parts only to emphasize the otherworldly demeanor of the woman as imagined by the designer. Spurring festival fever, modern-day hippies appear to walk straight out of a dystopian future. Rose-colored hues, sunset oranges, and punchy fluorescents remained consistent as Manish Arora yet again adds color and whimsy to the wardrobes. Although baker boy hats may be an ongoing trend, Manish took it to a stratospheric level with lavish embellishments making it a head-turner. Underwhelmed by pastels? Bored by beige? The collection, boldest of red, yellow and pink, almost like a rainbow. No space for “subdued” or “minimalism,” the designer imbues the season with a frisson of 1920s glamour of flapper girls and art deco elements. A full-length and richly embroidered lehenga skirt and head-mounted creations encrusted with feathers amongst others paved way into a whimsical world. Fanciful layers of peacock feather motifs added an explosion of joyful flamboyance. Embellished with fantastical creatures, the designer brings the charm of his imagination to the cathedral. Inspiring messages of affirmation emblazon fun-fur sweatshirts and sand stained tees for the holistic Instagram generation: ‘What if this is all real,’ ‘I am the one I have been waiting for,’ ‘Everything you need is inside you,’ claims Arora. Quirky elements, fringes, denim platform boots, sequin encrusted epaulets, feathers, sequins, ball bag, leopard print hoodies, warrior masks were a few of our favorite highlights in the collection. It was indeed how the designer exclaimed “Far-flung travelers have gathered into a world tribe- a fusion of Navaho, Indian, Tribal and Americana. Spiritualism strikes a chord with pop art and Hollywood glamour in optic cartoon prints, swirling, psychedelia and sequins. The closing look was comprised of a headdress, holding burning incense sticks which diffused the essence within the walls of the cathedral. Manish was here to leave a lasting essence, and he indeed did! written by Daleeda Soomar Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #daleedassoomar #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_dan0535hauturely_dan0513hauturely_dan0074hauturely_dan0008
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with…[Read more]

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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japanese designer Masanaka SAKAO has chosen to present her collection in the form of a fashion presentation with an original and captivating scenography by inviting us to the Garage AMELOT. At this location, the cars have been removed and replaced with Tatras fashion in a captivating scenography for the desired collection titled “Timeless Beauty.\" The models appear to us coming out of a fog mist with the playing of mirrors and neon lights, like coming from the eternal snows. Being one standing in a unit like an army, the models are one and remain motionless, watching the guests. The guests being dumbfounded and intimidated did not dare too close, except a few reckless photographers. TATRAS is a brand that values ​​the quality and comfort of winter clothing by giving more distinguished silhouettes. Ideal for expeditions in harsh winter while having an assertive style. The models were covered behind ski goggles or sunglasses with nylon jackets, richly available with or without a fur hood, plain black or silver checkered pattern or more vivid colors of blue, red and taupe. The silhouettes mix ski styling and makeup like the royal blue jacket with metallic highlights and matching lipstick. The Moon Boots are also an integral part of the collection. Although vintage, they modernized the models with the TATRAS silhouette, which can easily leave the ski area to descend on a more urban ground. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Tatras Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #tatras #tatrasarticle #tatrasfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-10hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-20hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-32hauturely_pfwwaw19-tatras-michael-atkinson-photography-38
    Winter Sportswear in a Bewitching Fog at TATRAS Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Japan
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary a…[Read more]

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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS and Jenny MENNERHEIM presented their collection in a different atmosphere by leaving their scenography landmark, the Café Marly. They welcomed us in the neighborhood of Arts and Métiers in a dimly lit room to flow more whimsically as contemporary art and fashion. The music played during the show took on intimate concert tunes, with special guest Lorelle RAYNER as a prelude to the parade. RAYNER lent her captivating voice while dedicating a poem that inspired the collection. This poem had strong words about existence, sharing, and vision of goals in life, whether personal or for our society. It was an intellectual and arty reflection that reminds us that fashion is not a superficial art, and it can evoke philosophical reflections. This season, Ilan and Jenny offer a contemporary wardrobe with a masculine archetype and artistic tailoring draw inspired by the architecture of John LAUTNER to give a modern edge to the feminine wardrobe. This collection brought me the question: does a woman need to draw inspiration from the locker room of her male equal to reach his position? I will answer, no. The attitude EACH X OTHER presented is an independent woman, free, arty with a hint of sensual nonchalance with its rebellious locks and nude makeup. She is reinvented, and we understand it. From the first look, a slate blue crossover coat with a knit tank top sets the mood for the show. The clothes follow the curves of the body and at the same time are restructured by asymmetries. A favorite look was the embossed coat with matching pencil skirt, the braided knit and velvet softness on the fabric was one of a kind. Another intriguing aspect is the designs can be modified as you want. Buttoned armholes allow the sleeves of an oversized blazer to transform into a vest or blouse. We will also opt for the braided knit and velvet softness on a set of petrol blue composed of an embossed coat with matching pencil skirt. The EACH X OTHER woman takes a more virile build in looks where the blazer draws her silhouettes with a broader shoulder, which added hints of strength. She dares bold colors like red as a trendy color for the season. The collection is understandable and easily wearable. This strategy works because we can already identify the most desirable pieces that will be a hit with buyers. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #eachxother #eachxotherarticle #eachxotherfw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #purplepr #purpleprarticle _DAN0229_DAN0101_DAN0017_DAN0149
    Acoustic Collection at Each x Other Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo Ilan DELOUIS
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite…[Read more]

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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Central SAINT MARTINS in London and gaining experience at Alexander MCQUEEN, the Chinese designer Masha Ma began her self titled brand in 2011. Producing surrealist artist and seeks to express the unconscious of the female mind: fascination, infinite desires, and emotions. Her collection entitled \"SHE WALKS AMONG US\" expresses the idea that women of the future are already hybridizing with the present to improve it. The spirit gives an aesthetic change while compared to her previous collections, where the aesthetic was more punk. Masha breaks free from her MCQUEEN influences to propose a more personal vision. The silhouettes become contemporary without looking futuristic, which is more visually projectable of ready to wear. This spirit of hybridization combines a minimalist style with cuts of quality materials that mix with silhouettes more atypical by their extraordinary geometry. We love the asymmetry games created by assembling different materials, like a Prince of Wales check blazer is adorned with lace at the waist and shoulders paired with bootcut pants. Subtle fashion references are added to looks like these round glasses smoke reminiscent of the 1970\'s Christian DIOR Space Age sunglasses. Other flagship accessories seen in this collection include dangling earrings, worn solitary to have an impact on the look and the carved bags with their beautiful green marble print or in simple nude. The graphic games are rich. They mix patterns and materials with a selection of vitamin colors. They play on layering with a fluorescent pink raincoat on a blue and white coat dress. Animal print used in the collection includes a faux fur leopard coat or a more experimental way in surrealist print patchwork to deconstruct a simple white shirt dress, which is a sensation with Millennials from Asia. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #mashama #mashamaarticle #mashamafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #springlondon #springlondonarticle hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-2hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-10hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-17hauturely_mashama-rtw-ss19-paris-26
    Realistic Surrealism at Masha Ma Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week After graduating from Ce
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    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCHILD has never been so popular during a Paris Fashion Week. This hotel is a magical place that typically hosts the VALENTINO Couture shows. Although this time the hotel hosted the collection of the designer Nobieh TALAEI, who grew up between Tehran…[Read more]

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    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCHILD has never been so popular during a Paris Fashion Week. This hotel is a magical place that typically hosts the VALENTINO Couture shows. Although this time the hotel hosted the collection of the designer Nobieh TALAEI, who grew up between Tehran and Berlin. This season, she delivered her collection in a moving way like an emotional travel diary. The show had a fast pace: one had to have the vile eye as the silhouettes walked quickly on their flat platform shoes. The collection appeared to us like the pages of a book. The designer reinterprets the spirit of travel by paying tribute to her Persian origins with her nomadic silhouettes reinterpreted with new proportions of materials. The looks have colors that are reminiscent of the mountainous landscapes of Iran: sand, camel, beige and creme. These have a fluidity that designer Nobieh transcribed in a more modern way like with the Prince of Wales check, recurring in the collection. A few of the looks were paired with graphic patterned scarves so oversized they could be rugs. One of our favorite looks consisted of colorful stripes on a nicely proportioned caftan dress. Stripes were also noticed on accessories throughout the collection, like large canvas tote bags, with proportion, so exaggerated they drag on the ground when being carried, giving a nonchalant attitude. This collection mixes Eastern and Western influences to get clothes, both modern and encompassing a cultural heritage. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nobi Talai Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nobitalai #nobitalaiarticle #nobitalaifw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-36hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-22hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-14hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-1
    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCH
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    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCHILD has never been so popular during a Paris Fashion Week. This hotel is a magical place that typically hosts the VALENTINO Couture shows. Although this time the hotel hosted the collection of the designer Nobieh TALAEI, who grew up between Tehran and Berlin. This season, she delivered her collection in a moving way like an emotional travel diary. The show had a fast pace: one had to have the vile eye as the silhouettes walked quickly on their flat platform shoes. The collection appeared to us like the pages of a book. The designer reinterprets the spirit of travel by paying tribute to her Persian origins with her nomadic silhouettes reinterpreted with new proportions of materials. The looks have colors that are reminiscent of the mountainous landscapes of Iran: sand, camel, beige and creme. These have a fluidity that designer Nobieh transcribed in a more modern way like with the Prince of Wales check, recurring in the collection. A few of the looks were paired with graphic patterned scarves so oversized they could be rugs. One of our favorite looks consisted of colorful stripes on a nicely proportioned caftan dress. Stripes were also noticed on accessories throughout the collection, like large canvas tote bags, with proportion, so exaggerated they drag on the ground when being carried, giving a nonchalant attitude. This collection mixes Eastern and Western influences to get clothes, both modern and encompassing a cultural heritage. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nobi Talai Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nobitalai #nobitalaiarticle #nobitalaifw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-36hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-22hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-14hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-1
    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCH
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    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCHILD has never been so popular during a Paris Fashion Week. This hotel is a magical place that typically hosts the VALENTINO Couture shows. Although this time the hotel hosted the collection of the designer Nobieh TALAEI, who grew up between Tehran and Berlin. This season, she delivered her collection in a moving way like an emotional travel diary. The show had a fast pace: one had to have the vile eye as the silhouettes walked quickly on their flat platform shoes. The collection appeared to us like the pages of a book. The designer reinterprets the spirit of travel by paying tribute to her Persian origins with her nomadic silhouettes reinterpreted with new proportions of materials. The looks have colors that are reminiscent of the mountainous landscapes of Iran: sand, camel, beige and creme. These have a fluidity that designer Nobieh transcribed in a more modern way like with the Prince of Wales check, recurring in the collection. A few of the looks were paired with graphic patterned scarves so oversized they could be rugs. One of our favorite looks consisted of colorful stripes on a nicely proportioned caftan dress. Stripes were also noticed on accessories throughout the collection, like large canvas tote bags, with proportion, so exaggerated they drag on the ground when being carried, giving a nonchalant attitude. This collection mixes Eastern and Western influences to get clothes, both modern and encompassing a cultural heritage. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nobi Talai Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nobitalai #nobitalaiarticle #nobitalaifw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-36hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-22hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-14hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-1
    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCH
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    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCHILD has never been so popular during a Paris Fashion Week. This hotel is a magical place that typically hosts the VALENTINO Couture shows. Although this time the hotel hosted the collection of the designer Nobieh TALAEI, who grew up between Tehran and Berlin. This season, she delivered her collection in a moving way like an emotional travel diary. The show had a fast pace: one had to have the vile eye as the silhouettes walked quickly on their flat platform shoes. The collection appeared to us like the pages of a book. The designer reinterprets the spirit of travel by paying tribute to her Persian origins with her nomadic silhouettes reinterpreted with new proportions of materials. The looks have colors that are reminiscent of the mountainous landscapes of Iran: sand, camel, beige and creme. These have a fluidity that designer Nobieh transcribed in a more modern way like with the Prince of Wales check, recurring in the collection. A few of the looks were paired with graphic patterned scarves so oversized they could be rugs. One of our favorite looks consisted of colorful stripes on a nicely proportioned caftan dress. Stripes were also noticed on accessories throughout the collection, like large canvas tote bags, with proportion, so exaggerated they drag on the ground when being carried, giving a nonchalant attitude. This collection mixes Eastern and Western influences to get clothes, both modern and encompassing a cultural heritage. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nobi Talai Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nobitalai #nobitalaiarticle #nobitalaifw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-36hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-22hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-14hauturely_pfwaw19-nobi-talai-michael-atkinson-photography-1
    Nomadic getaway at Nobi TALAI Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The Hotel Salomon de ROTHCH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: “Vicious Circle.” The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code…[Read more]

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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNHOFF invited us to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris to present their new collection. The collection had an intriguing title due to its negative connotation: \"Vicious Circle.\" The designers were inspired by American secret societies and the dress code from the 1930s. This collection will surely awake the winter\'s shorter days by playing light games on the materials, with the choice of colors, bright and fluorescent, keeping the silhouettes with a comfortable and elegant spirit. They chose to cast ethic and diverse models. The first look opens with a lavender shade that that paves the way for intense colors in the collection. The colors, corduroy, and satin that one finds in the dresses and skirts are contrasted with a bright primary yellow. They play with knots, and bows emerge as a focal point of the collection. The small choice worn around the neck to the XL one used to adorn the busters aerial taffeta dresses, worked in solid colors to highlight the volume-influence of Mister Pier Paolo. The duo finds a balance and mixes materials like multicolored tweed with iridescent plastic fringes, an oversized green anise sweater or a tone-on-tone taffeta dress. The Talbot Runhof designers give their audience a large selection of clothes with a creative and jovial spirit to not depress the lack of sunshine next winter. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #talbotrunhoff #talbotrunhoffarticle #talbotrunhofffw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle hauturely_tr_fw19_037_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_025_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_013_xlhauturely_tr_fw19_005_xl
    Talbot Runhoff Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week The duo of German designers at TALBOT RUNH
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    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion show for CELINE’s women’s collection. The controversy after the first runway show marking a clear aesthetic break with the Phoebe PHILO DNA didn’t settle well with some fashion critics, nor with the clientele that has given birth to the OLDCELINE h…[Read more]

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    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion show for CELINE\'s women\'s collection. The controversy after the first runway show marking a clear aesthetic break with the Phoebe PHILO DNA didn’t settle well with some fashion critics, nor with the clientele that has given birth to the OLDCELINE hashtag on social networks. But Hedi SLIMANE, skilled communicator, knew how to use this to get noticed and better bounce for this show. He found the right balance between his slimanesque look and the CELINE DNA without channeling his previous SAINT LAURENT or DIOR for men skills. This brought a relaxed breath for the audience. A trend we noticed is luxury minimalism in a “Parisienne bourgeoise style” with structured cuts and luscious materials enhanced by a rebellious and younger attitude that we saw in the silhouettes of SLIMANE. Hedi has understood the issue of Old Celine and designs his collection from the archives looking further ahead of Phoebe PHILO taking up the dress codes of the 70’s young Parisians. This season he introduces a softer color palette using beige, brown, wineberry. Renowned for his perfect cuts of skinny tuxedos, which Karl LAGERFELD even had in his personal wardrobe. The women\'s looks are revealed almost in all archetypes, as is they emerged from the closet after 50 years then updated, and it works! The jabot or lavaliere shirt, cardigan, caban, camel coat, and Vichy jacket take on a new youth. Hedi SLIMANE finds the trend desirable and has renewed new silhouettes that have more amplitude with capes and even a graphic poncho made with the purest wool. Superb looks continue with the off-white teddy bear coat that blends with a jacquard sweater and high caramel leather boots that were matched with skinny jeans. Panty skirts come back as a highlight in the collection and are easily worn with different styling for day and night in a version covered with black sequins of jet or gold color with a matching jacket reminiscent of disco years. He allows himself more freedom for his silhouettes to embrace more couture but is still well-proportioned. Closing the show was a black sequined turtle neck top with a black tuxedo jacket and pant set to signify that SLIMANE remains true to his style. She\'s finally here! The new Celine woman that is expected from Hedi will now walk behind her aviator sunglasses and proudly wear her TRIUMPH bag. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celinefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle ISI_1884ISI_1742ISI_1199ISI_0799
    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion
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    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion show for CELINE\'s women\'s collection. The controversy after the first runway show marking a clear aesthetic break with the Phoebe PHILO DNA didn’t settle well with some fashion critics, nor with the clientele that has given birth to the OLDCELINE hashtag on social networks. But Hedi SLIMANE, skilled communicator, knew how to use this to get noticed and better bounce for this show. He found the right balance between his slimanesque look and the CELINE DNA without channeling his previous SAINT LAURENT or DIOR for men skills. This brought a relaxed breath for the audience. A trend we noticed is luxury minimalism in a “Parisienne bourgeoise style” with structured cuts and luscious materials enhanced by a rebellious and younger attitude that we saw in the silhouettes of SLIMANE. Hedi has understood the issue of Old Celine and designs his collection from the archives looking further ahead of Phoebe PHILO taking up the dress codes of the 70’s young Parisians. This season he introduces a softer color palette using beige, brown, wineberry. Renowned for his perfect cuts of skinny tuxedos, which Karl LAGERFELD even had in his personal wardrobe. The women\'s looks are revealed almost in all archetypes, as is they emerged from the closet after 50 years then updated, and it works! The jabot or lavaliere shirt, cardigan, caban, camel coat, and Vichy jacket take on a new youth. Hedi SLIMANE finds the trend desirable and has renewed new silhouettes that have more amplitude with capes and even a graphic poncho made with the purest wool. Superb looks continue with the off-white teddy bear coat that blends with a jacquard sweater and high caramel leather boots that were matched with skinny jeans. Panty skirts come back as a highlight in the collection and are easily worn with different styling for day and night in a version covered with black sequins of jet or gold color with a matching jacket reminiscent of disco years. He allows himself more freedom for his silhouettes to embrace more couture but is still well-proportioned. Closing the show was a black sequined turtle neck top with a black tuxedo jacket and pant set to signify that SLIMANE remains true to his style. She\'s finally here! The new Celine woman that is expected from Hedi will now walk behind her aviator sunglasses and proudly wear her TRIUMPH bag. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celinefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle ISI_1884ISI_1742ISI_1199ISI_0799
    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion
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    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion show for CELINE\'s women\'s collection. The controversy after the first runway show marking a clear aesthetic break with the Phoebe PHILO DNA didn’t settle well with some fashion critics, nor with the clientele that has given birth to the OLDCELINE hashtag on social networks. But Hedi SLIMANE, skilled communicator, knew how to use this to get noticed and better bounce for this show. He found the right balance between his slimanesque look and the CELINE DNA without channeling his previous SAINT LAURENT or DIOR for men skills. This brought a relaxed breath for the audience. A trend we noticed is luxury minimalism in a “Parisienne bourgeoise style” with structured cuts and luscious materials enhanced by a rebellious and younger attitude that we saw in the silhouettes of SLIMANE. Hedi has understood the issue of Old Celine and designs his collection from the archives looking further ahead of Phoebe PHILO taking up the dress codes of the 70’s young Parisians. This season he introduces a softer color palette using beige, brown, wineberry. Renowned for his perfect cuts of skinny tuxedos, which Karl LAGERFELD even had in his personal wardrobe. The women\'s looks are revealed almost in all archetypes, as is they emerged from the closet after 50 years then updated, and it works! The jabot or lavaliere shirt, cardigan, caban, camel coat, and Vichy jacket take on a new youth. Hedi SLIMANE finds the trend desirable and has renewed new silhouettes that have more amplitude with capes and even a graphic poncho made with the purest wool. Superb looks continue with the off-white teddy bear coat that blends with a jacquard sweater and high caramel leather boots that were matched with skinny jeans. Panty skirts come back as a highlight in the collection and are easily worn with different styling for day and night in a version covered with black sequins of jet or gold color with a matching jacket reminiscent of disco years. He allows himself more freedom for his silhouettes to embrace more couture but is still well-proportioned. Closing the show was a black sequined turtle neck top with a black tuxedo jacket and pant set to signify that SLIMANE remains true to his style. She\'s finally here! The new Celine woman that is expected from Hedi will now walk behind her aviator sunglasses and proudly wear her TRIUMPH bag. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celinefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle ISI_1884ISI_1742ISI_1199ISI_0799
    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion
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    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion show for CELINE\'s women\'s collection. The controversy after the first runway show marking a clear aesthetic break with the Phoebe PHILO DNA didn’t settle well with some fashion critics, nor with the clientele that has given birth to the OLDCELINE hashtag on social networks. But Hedi SLIMANE, skilled communicator, knew how to use this to get noticed and better bounce for this show. He found the right balance between his slimanesque look and the CELINE DNA without channeling his previous SAINT LAURENT or DIOR for men skills. This brought a relaxed breath for the audience. A trend we noticed is luxury minimalism in a “Parisienne bourgeoise style” with structured cuts and luscious materials enhanced by a rebellious and younger attitude that we saw in the silhouettes of SLIMANE. Hedi has understood the issue of Old Celine and designs his collection from the archives looking further ahead of Phoebe PHILO taking up the dress codes of the 70’s young Parisians. This season he introduces a softer color palette using beige, brown, wineberry. Renowned for his perfect cuts of skinny tuxedos, which Karl LAGERFELD even had in his personal wardrobe. The women\'s looks are revealed almost in all archetypes, as is they emerged from the closet after 50 years then updated, and it works! The jabot or lavaliere shirt, cardigan, caban, camel coat, and Vichy jacket take on a new youth. Hedi SLIMANE finds the trend desirable and has renewed new silhouettes that have more amplitude with capes and even a graphic poncho made with the purest wool. Superb looks continue with the off-white teddy bear coat that blends with a jacquard sweater and high caramel leather boots that were matched with skinny jeans. Panty skirts come back as a highlight in the collection and are easily worn with different styling for day and night in a version covered with black sequins of jet or gold color with a matching jacket reminiscent of disco years. He allows himself more freedom for his silhouettes to embrace more couture but is still well-proportioned. Closing the show was a black sequined turtle neck top with a black tuxedo jacket and pant set to signify that SLIMANE remains true to his style. She\'s finally here! The new Celine woman that is expected from Hedi will now walk behind her aviator sunglasses and proudly wear her TRIUMPH bag. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Celine Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #celine #celinearticle #celinefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle ISI_1884ISI_1742ISI_1199ISI_0799
    Celine Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Hedi SLIMANE reassures us with his second fashion
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    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    Can Manish ARORA be considered as the Indian Alessandro MICHELE or rather the Indian John GALLIANO? The extravagant creator has transformed the atmosphere of the Parisian American cathedral for the show and guests. With reflections on the floor…[Read more]

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    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Can Manish ARORA be considered as the Indian Alessandro MICHELE or rather the Indian John GALLIANO? The extravagant creator has transformed the atmosphere of the Parisian American cathedral for the show and guests. With reflections on the floor of the stained glass windows and the smell of incense, we were immersed in time with a runway worthy of a futuristic show. It assures its taste of more is more with vibrant silhouettes and strong communicative collection. The first look had \"Finally Normal People\" printed sweater, the title of its collection. With these designs, we are not talking about classic but artistic, experimental, and innovative ready-to-wear. The aesthetics of Manish\'s Indian cultural heritage can be found in the richness of colors and embellishments like jewels, accessories, and embroidery. The makeup was also incredible. Model\'s skin was stained with fluorescent pigments as if to rise to a rank of Indian divinity and preserve the world from devastation. Although this inspiration is slightly chaotic and violent because it references Mad Max and Armageddon. In our world, the Manish ARORA woman gets to find her place and assert herself with a distinct style. They wander like hippies of modern times, animated by saturation of colors. These colors are used in extraordinary prints of peacock feathers, or psychedelic floral designs used to make dresses, volatile capes, and satin platform shoes, mixed with glossy blue faux fur or navy denim. The extraordinary quality of work on accessories, larger than life. Native American and tribal inspirations are found with horn caps with long feathers in shades of blue. Sunglasses were transformed as if we should face a solar storm. Backpacks become adorned with LED screens with prints of childlike unicorns. The most impressive are these monumental masks assembled of wood, created by the artist Dan SCHAUB, which transform the face into a unique architecture. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _DAN0008_DAN0074_DAN0513_DAN0535
    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion W
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    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Can Manish ARORA be considered as the Indian Alessandro MICHELE or rather the Indian John GALLIANO? The extravagant creator has transformed the atmosphere of the Parisian American cathedral for the show and guests. With reflections on the floor of the stained glass windows and the smell of incense, we were immersed in time with a runway worthy of a futuristic show. It assures its taste of more is more with vibrant silhouettes and strong communicative collection. The first look had \"Finally Normal People\" printed sweater, the title of its collection. With these designs, we are not talking about classic but artistic, experimental, and innovative ready-to-wear. The aesthetics of Manish\'s Indian cultural heritage can be found in the richness of colors and embellishments like jewels, accessories, and embroidery. The makeup was also incredible. Model\'s skin was stained with fluorescent pigments as if to rise to a rank of Indian divinity and preserve the world from devastation. Although this inspiration is slightly chaotic and violent because it references Mad Max and Armageddon. In our world, the Manish ARORA woman gets to find her place and assert herself with a distinct style. They wander like hippies of modern times, animated by saturation of colors. These colors are used in extraordinary prints of peacock feathers, or psychedelic floral designs used to make dresses, volatile capes, and satin platform shoes, mixed with glossy blue faux fur or navy denim. The extraordinary quality of work on accessories, larger than life. Native American and tribal inspirations are found with horn caps with long feathers in shades of blue. Sunglasses were transformed as if we should face a solar storm. Backpacks become adorned with LED screens with prints of childlike unicorns. The most impressive are these monumental masks assembled of wood, created by the artist Dan SCHAUB, which transform the face into a unique architecture. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _DAN0008_DAN0074_DAN0513_DAN0535
    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion W
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    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Can Manish ARORA be considered as the Indian Alessandro MICHELE or rather the Indian John GALLIANO? The extravagant creator has transformed the atmosphere of the Parisian American cathedral for the show and guests. With reflections on the floor of the stained glass windows and the smell of incense, we were immersed in time with a runway worthy of a futuristic show. It assures its taste of more is more with vibrant silhouettes and strong communicative collection. The first look had \"Finally Normal People\" printed sweater, the title of its collection. With these designs, we are not talking about classic but artistic, experimental, and innovative ready-to-wear. The aesthetics of Manish\'s Indian cultural heritage can be found in the richness of colors and embellishments like jewels, accessories, and embroidery. The makeup was also incredible. Model\'s skin was stained with fluorescent pigments as if to rise to a rank of Indian divinity and preserve the world from devastation. Although this inspiration is slightly chaotic and violent because it references Mad Max and Armageddon. In our world, the Manish ARORA woman gets to find her place and assert herself with a distinct style. They wander like hippies of modern times, animated by saturation of colors. These colors are used in extraordinary prints of peacock feathers, or psychedelic floral designs used to make dresses, volatile capes, and satin platform shoes, mixed with glossy blue faux fur or navy denim. The extraordinary quality of work on accessories, larger than life. Native American and tribal inspirations are found with horn caps with long feathers in shades of blue. Sunglasses were transformed as if we should face a solar storm. Backpacks become adorned with LED screens with prints of childlike unicorns. The most impressive are these monumental masks assembled of wood, created by the artist Dan SCHAUB, which transform the face into a unique architecture. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _DAN0008_DAN0074_DAN0513_DAN0535
    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion W
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    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week Can Manish ARORA be considered as the Indian Alessandro MICHELE or rather the Indian John GALLIANO? The extravagant creator has transformed the atmosphere of the Parisian American cathedral for the show and guests. With reflections on the floor of the stained glass windows and the smell of incense, we were immersed in time with a runway worthy of a futuristic show. It assures its taste of more is more with vibrant silhouettes and strong communicative collection. The first look had \"Finally Normal People\" printed sweater, the title of its collection. With these designs, we are not talking about classic but artistic, experimental, and innovative ready-to-wear. The aesthetics of Manish\'s Indian cultural heritage can be found in the richness of colors and embellishments like jewels, accessories, and embroidery. The makeup was also incredible. Model\'s skin was stained with fluorescent pigments as if to rise to a rank of Indian divinity and preserve the world from devastation. Although this inspiration is slightly chaotic and violent because it references Mad Max and Armageddon. In our world, the Manish ARORA woman gets to find her place and assert herself with a distinct style. They wander like hippies of modern times, animated by saturation of colors. These colors are used in extraordinary prints of peacock feathers, or psychedelic floral designs used to make dresses, volatile capes, and satin platform shoes, mixed with glossy blue faux fur or navy denim. The extraordinary quality of work on accessories, larger than life. Native American and tribal inspirations are found with horn caps with long feathers in shades of blue. Sunglasses were transformed as if we should face a solar storm. Backpacks become adorned with LED screens with prints of childlike unicorns. The most impressive are these monumental masks assembled of wood, created by the artist Dan SCHAUB, which transform the face into a unique architecture. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #manisharora #manisharoraarticle #manisharorafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle _DAN0008_DAN0074_DAN0513_DAN0535
    Finally Normal People: Psychedelic Avalanche at Manish Arora Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion W
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    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    In an intimate and friendly reception, at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental hotel, Dana STINEE MESSIKA invited us to preview her new collection. Throughout her collection, the art of embroidery was in the spotlight.

    Indeed, since 2016, Dana has created her brand after…[Read more]

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    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and friendly reception, at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental hotel, Dana STINEE MESSIKA invited us to preview her new collection. Throughout her collection, the art of embroidery was in the spotlight. Indeed, since 2016, Dana has created her brand after experiencing the world of modeling in Australia and Japan. We spoke with the designer, and she told us she wants her clothes to be worn by any woman when she opens her closet. \"I wanted to take the garment out of its pedestal, its deterministic enclave and reducing Gala, Bridal and Evening Wear.\" She wants her line to remain accessible in terms of price while offering clothing easily transformable for day and evening wear. The collection is also timeless while having a valuable and unique side. By putting embroidery in the spotlight, she wants her clients to become aware of the delicacy and effort to achieve the designs and thus complete the garment. With inspiration from Japan, a country known for embroidery, Dana uses this on kimono sets, dresses, and pants made of satin and silk. Cranes made of colored threads and ostrich feathers come to life on the garments which inspires us. We look forward to seeing future seasons from Dana and Danamé and comparing how the brand changes over time. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Danamé Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #daname #danamearticle #danamefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle 10202123
    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and frien
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    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and friendly reception, at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental hotel, Dana STINEE MESSIKA invited us to preview her new collection. Throughout her collection, the art of embroidery was in the spotlight. Indeed, since 2016, Dana has created her brand after experiencing the world of modeling in Australia and Japan. We spoke with the designer, and she told us she wants her clothes to be worn by any woman when she opens her closet. \"I wanted to take the garment out of its pedestal, its deterministic enclave and reducing Gala, Bridal and Evening Wear.\" She wants her line to remain accessible in terms of price while offering clothing easily transformable for day and evening wear. The collection is also timeless while having a valuable and unique side. By putting embroidery in the spotlight, she wants her clients to become aware of the delicacy and effort to achieve the designs and thus complete the garment. With inspiration from Japan, a country known for embroidery, Dana uses this on kimono sets, dresses, and pants made of satin and silk. Cranes made of colored threads and ostrich feathers come to life on the garments which inspires us. We look forward to seeing future seasons from Dana and Danamé and comparing how the brand changes over time. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Danamé Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #daname #danamearticle #danamefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle 10202123
    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and frien
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    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and friendly reception, at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental hotel, Dana STINEE MESSIKA invited us to preview her new collection. Throughout her collection, the art of embroidery was in the spotlight. Indeed, since 2016, Dana has created her brand after experiencing the world of modeling in Australia and Japan. We spoke with the designer, and she told us she wants her clothes to be worn by any woman when she opens her closet. \"I wanted to take the garment out of its pedestal, its deterministic enclave and reducing Gala, Bridal and Evening Wear.\" She wants her line to remain accessible in terms of price while offering clothing easily transformable for day and evening wear. The collection is also timeless while having a valuable and unique side. By putting embroidery in the spotlight, she wants her clients to become aware of the delicacy and effort to achieve the designs and thus complete the garment. With inspiration from Japan, a country known for embroidery, Dana uses this on kimono sets, dresses, and pants made of satin and silk. Cranes made of colored threads and ostrich feathers come to life on the garments which inspires us. We look forward to seeing future seasons from Dana and Danamé and comparing how the brand changes over time. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Danamé Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #daname #danamearticle #danamefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle 10202123
    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and frien
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    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and friendly reception, at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental hotel, Dana STINEE MESSIKA invited us to preview her new collection. Throughout her collection, the art of embroidery was in the spotlight. Indeed, since 2016, Dana has created her brand after experiencing the world of modeling in Australia and Japan. We spoke with the designer, and she told us she wants her clothes to be worn by any woman when she opens her closet. \"I wanted to take the garment out of its pedestal, its deterministic enclave and reducing Gala, Bridal and Evening Wear.\" She wants her line to remain accessible in terms of price while offering clothing easily transformable for day and evening wear. The collection is also timeless while having a valuable and unique side. By putting embroidery in the spotlight, she wants her clients to become aware of the delicacy and effort to achieve the designs and thus complete the garment. With inspiration from Japan, a country known for embroidery, Dana uses this on kimono sets, dresses, and pants made of satin and silk. Cranes made of colored threads and ostrich feathers come to life on the garments which inspires us. We look forward to seeing future seasons from Dana and Danamé and comparing how the brand changes over time. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Danamé Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #daname #danamearticle #danamefw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle 10202123
    The Art of Embroidery at Danamé Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week In an intimate and frien
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    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    We often wonder about the status of women and how fashion designers interpret this femininity through successive collections. But what is the point of thinking when we can focus on the life of a creative woman? NEHERA has looked into the matter by offering a…[Read more]

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    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wonder about the status of women and how fashion designers interpret this femininity through successive collections. But what is the point of thinking when we can focus on the life of a creative woman? NEHERA has looked into the matter by offering a collection for active and ambitious women using a creative process, with more formal silhouettes, ideal for a celebration. An intellectual reflection that this Slovakia based brand, which has existed since the 30s, although they relaunched successfully in 2014 after taking time off. The Nehera brand can be seen as one of the first geniuses of the Scandinavian fashion style because of their minimalist spirit, a creative value on the cuts, and the quality of the materials. These are the principles which have made the fame of other designers like Phoebe PHILO and Victoria BECKHAM. Daywear, silhouettes are styled cautiously by layering designs while still allowing lightness so that one can feel comfortable in his movements. The garments retain a large functional part. Even though the pieces are not a uniform, some archetypes are recognizable as the surgeon made in a split dress matched in layering effect with bronze-colored viscose or denim trousers. The shearling jacket is entirely deconstructed and reassembled to become a dress with assumed asymmetrical design. Other asymmetries that are the specificity of this collection include thick and thin color-blocked stripes on dresses. This is one of our favorite ready-to-wear collections for creative women of today and tomorrow. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_nehera-fw19-25hauturely_nehera-fw19-26hauturely_nehera-fw19-24hauturely_nehera-fw19-12
    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wo
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    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wonder about the status of women and how fashion designers interpret this femininity through successive collections. But what is the point of thinking when we can focus on the life of a creative woman? NEHERA has looked into the matter by offering a collection for active and ambitious women using a creative process, with more formal silhouettes, ideal for a celebration. An intellectual reflection that this Slovakia based brand, which has existed since the 30s, although they relaunched successfully in 2014 after taking time off. The Nehera brand can be seen as one of the first geniuses of the Scandinavian fashion style because of their minimalist spirit, a creative value on the cuts, and the quality of the materials. These are the principles which have made the fame of other designers like Phoebe PHILO and Victoria BECKHAM. Daywear, silhouettes are styled cautiously by layering designs while still allowing lightness so that one can feel comfortable in his movements. The garments retain a large functional part. Even though the pieces are not a uniform, some archetypes are recognizable as the surgeon made in a split dress matched in layering effect with bronze-colored viscose or denim trousers. The shearling jacket is entirely deconstructed and reassembled to become a dress with assumed asymmetrical design. Other asymmetries that are the specificity of this collection include thick and thin color-blocked stripes on dresses. This is one of our favorite ready-to-wear collections for creative women of today and tomorrow. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_nehera-fw19-25hauturely_nehera-fw19-26hauturely_nehera-fw19-24hauturely_nehera-fw19-12
    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wo
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    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wonder about the status of women and how fashion designers interpret this femininity through successive collections. But what is the point of thinking when we can focus on the life of a creative woman? NEHERA has looked into the matter by offering a collection for active and ambitious women using a creative process, with more formal silhouettes, ideal for a celebration. An intellectual reflection that this Slovakia based brand, which has existed since the 30s, although they relaunched successfully in 2014 after taking time off. The Nehera brand can be seen as one of the first geniuses of the Scandinavian fashion style because of their minimalist spirit, a creative value on the cuts, and the quality of the materials. These are the principles which have made the fame of other designers like Phoebe PHILO and Victoria BECKHAM. Daywear, silhouettes are styled cautiously by layering designs while still allowing lightness so that one can feel comfortable in his movements. The garments retain a large functional part. Even though the pieces are not a uniform, some archetypes are recognizable as the surgeon made in a split dress matched in layering effect with bronze-colored viscose or denim trousers. The shearling jacket is entirely deconstructed and reassembled to become a dress with assumed asymmetrical design. Other asymmetries that are the specificity of this collection include thick and thin color-blocked stripes on dresses. This is one of our favorite ready-to-wear collections for creative women of today and tomorrow. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_nehera-fw19-25hauturely_nehera-fw19-26hauturely_nehera-fw19-24hauturely_nehera-fw19-12
    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wo
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    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wonder about the status of women and how fashion designers interpret this femininity through successive collections. But what is the point of thinking when we can focus on the life of a creative woman? NEHERA has looked into the matter by offering a collection for active and ambitious women using a creative process, with more formal silhouettes, ideal for a celebration. An intellectual reflection that this Slovakia based brand, which has existed since the 30s, although they relaunched successfully in 2014 after taking time off. The Nehera brand can be seen as one of the first geniuses of the Scandinavian fashion style because of their minimalist spirit, a creative value on the cuts, and the quality of the materials. These are the principles which have made the fame of other designers like Phoebe PHILO and Victoria BECKHAM. Daywear, silhouettes are styled cautiously by layering designs while still allowing lightness so that one can feel comfortable in his movements. The garments retain a large functional part. Even though the pieces are not a uniform, some archetypes are recognizable as the surgeon made in a split dress matched in layering effect with bronze-colored viscose or denim trousers. The shearling jacket is entirely deconstructed and reassembled to become a dress with assumed asymmetrical design. Other asymmetries that are the specificity of this collection include thick and thin color-blocked stripes on dresses. This is one of our favorite ready-to-wear collections for creative women of today and tomorrow. written by Youness Boumia Click HERE to view the full Nehera Fall Winter 2019 collection. #article #nehera #neheraarticle #neherafw19 #younessboumia #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle hauturely_nehera-fw19-25hauturely_nehera-fw19-26hauturely_nehera-fw19-24hauturely_nehera-fw19-12
    A Creative and Comfortable Wardrobe at Nehera Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week We often wo
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    Heill Fall Winter 2019 during Paris Fashion Week
    The designer Heill YANG has chosen to host his show at the prestigious Hotel Ritz. The same location where the ASHI Studio show was held last January. The Korean designer has launched his brand with a style that mixes couture know-how and combining it with traditional art inspirations from his home…[Read more]

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