Thursday, 29 January 2015


Tropical jungle on the show of Karl Lagerfeld at the Grand Palais.
This spring-summer 2015 fashion week in Paris was absollutely incredible. I really in love with all fashion shows and maybe once upon a time I will be there and will see with my own eyes all fashion fairy tale...ohh..its just a dream, ok, but I know that this will never happen(((
But now I want to show all my favorite outfits  this season. And I will start with beautiful 

 Couture-in-bloom theme in Paris as designer showcases floral ideas, keeping it modern to the last

These are clothes which are produced by hand – les petites mains, as the atelier workers are known at couture – and take hundreds of hours to produce.
Lagerfeld kept it modern to the last. He has form for injecting a little wit into the couture tradition of closing a show with a wedding gown. Last season the Chanel bride was pregnant. This season she walked around the catwalk with four male gardener bridesmaids in tow, each carrying a huge tropical bouquet of flowers. A theme, a little subversion, a nod and a wink and the credits rolled. At the last I can say that Karl Lagerfeld is genuis and I LOVE HIM!

                                                           ATELIER VERSACE

 The collection with which Donatella VERSACE opened the Paris haute couture shows on Sunday night was sexy and glamorous.
The dresses were long and form-fitting, with slim naked slivers peeled off across the body, as if Donatella had attacked her gowns with a lemon zester.

Donatella always know how to make girl feel sexy and confident!


The 10th anniversary of Armani Privé gives cause to look back to Giorgio Armani's first Couture show, for Spring 2005, to see how the situation has evolved.

It's extraordinary to think that evening wear was once a novelty for the man. This collection was nothing but occasion dressing, some kind of testament to Armani's evolution as a designer, which may, on the evidence of the three collections he's shown in the past 10 days, be ongoing.


Well hello there pretty little thang, colourblocking, vinyl and futuristic shapes at the DIOR HAUTE COUTURE SHOW.


Floral motifs seem to have become the main trend in the design of the halls at the spring Fashion Week. Karl Lagerfeld turned the Grand Palais in paper tropics, Giorgio Armani models forced to wade through thickets of bamboo metal, and Elie Saab has grown up on the podium real forest, populated as it turned out later, magical creatures. The main heroine of the spring couture collection Lebanese master orders the output of steel wood nymphs - Dryads.

 OH My God, guys I'm love with this new collection, it's soooo romantic and looks veryy beutiful.
 this is my favorite dress and I NEED IT
And this article ending my lovely model-Sasha Luss! I think you like my little fashion review. tell me pleace, what is your favorite show and outfit? write in a comment.
Stay Chic!
 Good Luck!

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