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Paris Fashion Week Fall Winter 2020

Apr 17, 20 Paris Fashion Week Fall Winter 2020

World will never be the same..will it? Whatever it will be after we can go out of our houses, travel, communicate offline and attend party again, we will need to put cloths on, don’t we? Fashion survived after so many dramatic human crises, be it two World Wars, economical crashes or a rise of street style, well, the latter was...

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Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020

Mar 18, 20 Haute Couture Spring Summer 2020

Did you feel that the wind of fashion has been changing its direction? The latest fashion weeks shown all sign of the pendulum swinging to the other way. We might feel bored in à la Cinderella gowns all embellished with sequins and laces invariably proposed by the Lebanese designers. Gender-fluid collections of Gucci signed...

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Juana Martin

Mar 18, 20 Juana Martin

Spanish style has recently appeared in more and more collections of both ready-to-wear and haute couture lines. Mostly interpreted by foreigners. But how would Spanish designers themselves translate the quintessence of their national DNA? We sit and talked to the Andalusia-born couturier – the first one since Balenciaga’s...

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Paris Fashion Week SS 2020

Oct 16, 19 Paris Fashion Week SS 2020

Sustainability, whatever it means to anyone, was the headline of the Paris (and more or less all others) fashion week, shaping the highlights of spring/summer 2020 season. However, some brands “have a chance” of being eco-engaged for quite a time. Think, for instance, Stella McCartney, which has recently passed under the...

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Our choice: 5 collections from SS2019 Paris Fashion Week

Feb 06, 19 Our choice: 5 collections from SS2019 Paris Fashion Week

On the eve the new pret-a-porter season we present five Spring-Summer 2019 collections that inspired us the most. 1. John Galliano. This is one of the best to the present moment collections of the British Bill Gaytten in his position of creative director of the fashion house. The collection is inspired by the movie “Picnic at...

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Paris PAP SS2019

Nov 06, 18 Paris PAP SS2019

Chic has been brought back into common parlance by the Spring 2019 collections, where there’s been a casting off in certain quarters of anything considered “street” in favor of a certain restraint and refinement, a ladylike image of precision-tailored jackets, narrow skirts, vertiginous pumps, and stately frame...

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Yumi Katsura

Sep 07, 18 Yumi Katsura

She was born 86 years ago in Japan. Studied in Paris with designers who entered into the history of Haute Couture. She became a pioneer of western wedding dress but her heart always belonged to traditional Japanese vestments. That’s why she revolutionized the kimono making it a contemporary wear. She created a garment for the Pope...

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Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2018

Aug 01, 18 Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2018

“Unprecedented” for the French capital, the heat became, perhaps, the main topic of conversation at the Haute Couture spring-summer 2019 Fashion Week which ended July 6 in Paris. How to look glamorous, dressing “for a beach”, avoiding everything that is heavier than shirts, mini-shorts and sandals? A...

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London PAP FW2018

Feb 28, 18 London PAP FW2018

London has confirmed two biggest trends of the fall 2018: to a GLITTER of everything, which can sparkle on the New-York fashion week, the 1980s are added. Embodied in BROAD SHOULDERS of empowered woman with a conceptually new attitude towards her sensuality (in fact, Marc Jacobs has clearly based on this concept the whole...

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London PAP SS2018

Oct 03, 17 London PAP SS2018

It was the creative director of Burberry Christopher Bailey at the backstage of his show, who defined the main trend of London fashion week spring 2018: “A little more honest, a little less polished”: thus high meets low. The notes from the show of a very in vogue Ukrainian designer Natasha Zinko completed the message:...

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