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Chanel Resort 2017

May 10, 16 Chanel Resort 2017

The genius of Karl Lagerfeld knows no boundaries. The major talent of the permanent creative director of Chanel is his unique ability to capture the spirit of the times and to transform all the actuality of our planet into fashion directives for its inhabitants. The Cruise collection of the entrusted to him fashion house, along with...

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FW2016 Paris Trends

Mar 17, 16 FW2016 Paris Trends

“Fashion is dead. Long live the clothes!”- Maybe that would be the slogan with which the fall-winter season 2016-2017 of the Parisian prêt-à-porter week will go into the history of fashion. Brand “Vetements” (“Clothing” in French), a group of young designers led by Demna Gvasalia, turned the street...

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Revolutions in Fashion: A Wind of Change

Mar 05, 16 Revolutions in Fashion: A Wind of Change

What is Fashion? What is Art? We all are used to look at art as something superior, some kind of divine expression of feelings, of reality, of the existence. We see haute couture and high fashion as sort of art, that expresses current times. Paris. The capital of fashion. Parisian fashion weeks were always the ones to look for,...

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Lan Yu Couture SS2016

Feb 23, 16 Lan Yu Couture SS2016

Chinese city of Suzhou is not without reason called Venice of the East: just one look at a photo of its many picturesque canals is enough to immediately schedule a trip to this fabulous area. Founded in 500 BC, since ancient times Suzhou is famous for its laces, which unique technique of weaving ports the name of the city (Su Xiu)....

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Yiqing Yin SS2016

Feb 19, 16 Yiqing Yin SS2016

What will remain of the modern woman after the civilization disappears? After the end of the world what a metamorphosis awaits her look? To This question, which has been inspiring for a while the directors of Hollywood blockbusters, answered Yiqing Yin in her new collection ‘’Blooming ashes’’. First, according to Yiqing, the...

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Julien Fournié SS2016

Feb 17, 16 Julien Fournié SS2016

If I was faced a difficult task to choose from all of modern French haute couture designers just one, I would have no doubt made a bet on Julien Fournié. Among a variety of reasons, including personal ones (I am fond of Julien himself and what he is doing), the main is, perhaps, that the fashion brand Fournié combines all the...

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Alexis Mabille SS2016

Feb 16, 16 Alexis Mabille SS2016

His new haute couture spring-summer 2016 collection Alexis Mabille presented in gilded decors of Hotel d’Evreux, overlooking the Place Vendome. The top Parisian mannequins of the “old guard”, all longtime friends of the designer, strolled through the halls, demonstrating to a tired, after a whole day of defilé...

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Jean Paul Gaultier SS2016

Feb 16, 16 Jean Paul Gaultier SS2016

Paris is a moveable feast. And a fashion week in Paris is a part of this vibrant and unique feast. On the streets you meet people of all ages, differing from each over in style, but united by fashion rush and hurrying to the next show. So let’s join them! With a thrilled and sinking heart I arrived at Jean Paul Gaultier show. The...

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Yanina Couture SS2016

Feb 13, 16 Yanina Couture SS2016

It is no secret that the Russian aristocracy in the tsarist times was fluent in French. No wonder that whole passages in the novels of our great classics – from Pushkin to Leo Tolstov were written in the language of Molière. The history of these two countries intertwined; French were captivated by Nordic beauties while the...

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Maison Margiela SS2016

Feb 11, 16 Maison Margiela SS2016

Maison Margiela has always been noted for its eccentricity, which attracted and continues to attract the public. With the arrival of John Galliano no significant changes followed. Though at the spring-summer 2016 haute couture week in Paris Maison Margiela presented their collection without usual eye masks. Asymmetry, layering and...

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