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Valentino SS2016

Feb 07, 16 Valentino SS2016

French haute couture catwalks are reigned by Italians: after the triumphs of Versace and Giambattista Valli and a breathtaking show of the living legend of the world of impeccable taste and style Armani for the Armani Privé, the last day of the haute couture week in Paris is marked by a duo of Maria Grazia Currie and Pierpaolo...

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Atelier Versace SS2016

Feb 07, 16 Atelier Versace SS2016

How nice is, however, after men’s shows, where rule unisex and eccentricity, to return to the good old-fashioned femininity! Donatella Versace, opening the Parisian week of haute couture spring-summer 2016 for her Atelier Versace, traditionally released on the podium the entire royal armada of top models, led by a slightly...

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Men FW2016 London Trends

Jan 22, 16 Men FW2016 London Trends

It is cold, very cold outside. And while the temperature is still dropping and we are waiting for the warmer air, that the fashion week in Paris will bring us, in the cold London the past few days were back to business again. London men’s fashion week, offering us an exclusive first sneak-peak to the trends for the next...

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Revolutions In Fashion: Coco Chanel

Nov 25, 15 Revolutions In Fashion: Coco Chanel

This is a story of a little girl from an orphanage, who was about to change the world of fashion. This is also a story of a strong woman who had to rely on rich men’s help, but was able to do so without losing her pride. This also a story of a great feminist and a revolutionary woman, who’s biography is very hard to write, as...

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Revolutions In Fashion: Marie Antoinette

Nov 06, 15 Revolutions In Fashion: Marie Antoinette

Spring 1770, the young Marie Antoinette, born 14 years earlier as Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna, is on her way from Vienna to Versailles after spending countless hours with dressmakers from Paris. Her marriage with French dauphine is supposed to seal the Franco-Austrian alliance. And it is time for Marie Antoinette to step out of...

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SS2016 Paris Trends

Nov 02, 15 SS2016 Paris Trends

The main and unconditional trend of the next summer, on which this time agreed all four fashion capitals, is shoulders. Designers unanimously proclaimed open shoulders as a new décolleté. Variations of this theme can be found in virtually every spring-summer collection, with the exception of Rick Owens, who went his own, obscure...

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Chanel FW2015

Jul 18, 15 Chanel FW2015

Oh, this tireless sorcerer Karl, the inexhaustible fantasy of whom can envy any twenty years old designer! Each new season we are looking forward to the Chanel show that always prepares for us pleasant, full of creative magic surprises! At this time, the great Kaiser of fashion sent his models to… an Art Deco casino, into which...

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Giambattista Valli FW2015

Jul 16, 15 Giambattista Valli FW2015

In his new fall winter collection Giambattista Valli, the most romantic couture designer, poured a little bit of everything from the familiars to his work ingredients. We have emblematic for Valli kilometers of tulle, in which mannequins sunk like in clouds of foam; and maxi-Basques and other flounces on mini-skirts, voluminous...

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Dior Couture FW2015

Jul 16, 15 Dior Couture FW2015

Just for a few snow-white, milk-flowing and cloud weight looks passing as a leitmotif through the entire Christian Dior Fall-Winter 2015 haute couture collection, we can “forgive” Raf Simons any experiments with the legacy of the great French fashion house. Mostly loose, in the spirit of chemises of young novices...

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Ralph & Russo FW2015

Jul 13, 15 Ralph & Russo FW2015

“On the eve of her coronation, a young Tsarina sheds off her priceless tiara and flicks lose her hair. She storms out to search haunting forests for her Rasputin”. The first line of the annotation to the new autumn couture collection of Ralph & Russo perfectly sums up its spirit. Entirely liquid gold, crystals inlays and...

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