Ann Demeulemeester RTW Spring 2014: Who Knew Dark Colors and Floral Brocade Could Look So Awesome?

Sep 26, 2013  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

Clearly, Ann Demeulemeester loves anything that screams rock-n-roll. Her dark and moody collections are iconic of her name and today's Spring 2014 show during Paris Fashion Week was no different.... Read More

Pascal Millet RTW Spring 2014: Who Doesn't Love Effortless Parisian Style?

Sep 26, 2013  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

You know how Parisian woman have that effortless look of elegance? That I-just-woke-up-looking-this-great style? American women don’t have it (though we would give anything for it), but we try, usually but not always, in vain, to emulate it.... Read More

Melancholy Is In for Fall: Christophe Lemaire Menswear

Feb 5, 2013  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

In order for a ready-to-wear collection to be successful, it has to ring true to its name and actually be wearable. The difficulty with this (especially when it comes to menswear) is that your average guy— no matter how style-savvy he claims to be— is not going to be caught parading around with anything that screams "fashion." Attaining the disheveled-chic look is far more difficult than one would guess, however, luxury designer Christophe Lemaire has successfully created a diverse range of men’s pieces that can be worn day-to-day and combine quiet style with comfort.... Read More

Casual Sportswear Meets Traditional Tailoring: Kris Van Assche Fall Collection

Feb 1, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

If you’ve got a thing for tailored comfort, then luxury designer Kris Van Assche’s menswear collection for Fall 2013 may just be for you. What starts as your everyday line of traditional charcoal and black knit designs quickly turns into a versatile line of formal dress and sportswear all-in-one. The collection has such a range from youthful to adult clothing that any businessman who still feels his college boy tendencies beneath his expertly-tailored suit may just have hit the jackpot upon discovering this line.... Read More

Chanel Enchants With Spring Couture Collection

Jan 29, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

If ever there were an enchanted forest in real life, it was the one seen at last week’s Chanel show held at the Grand Palais in Paris, at which designer Karl Lagerfeld presented his Couture collection for the luxury brand. Actual trees and shrubbery were shipped in one-by-one to the venue at which Lagerfeld has presented in the past. “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” was apparently the inspiration for the show, and the actual collection is just as fascinating as the set itself.... Read More

Thom Browne Reinterprets Menswear in Fall RTW Collection

Jan 29, 2013  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari  |  1 Comment

Luxury designer Thom Browne has been making headlines as of late due to his stunning designs that were recently worn by the always-stylish FLOTUS, Michelle Obama, to her husband’s public swearing-in ceremony. Credited with revolutionizing men’s suits, Thom Browne is known for updating classic silhouettes with unexpected proportions, and his most recent ready-to-wear collection for men falls perfectly in line with this principle.... Read More

Raf Simons Goes Green for Dior Spring Couture

Jan 25, 2013  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari  |  1 Comment

Have you ever really stopped to think about the presentation of plants? Well, probably not, but not everyone thinks in the same fashion as the luxury designer of top design house Dior, Raf Simons. As Simons so shrewdly noted, there is a major difference between mere flora and manicured gardens. This distinction led the designer to allow artificial colors and nature-inspired shapes appear throughout the collection with a show premise that was said by Simons to be inspired by “the very idea of spring.”... Read More

The Best of Paris Fashion Week | Couture Edition

Jan 25, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Couture at Paris Fashion Week is always considered one of the most— if not the most— prestigious events in the luxury fashion world. This year's Spring edition just concluded in the City of Light, and a number of impressive collections made their debuts on the catwalk. Here, I put together some of my favorite looks from this year's Haute Couture lines.... Read More

Oscar Carvallo Couture is Fit for a Princess

Jan 24, 2013  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

Oscar Carvallo is one of those luxury designers that is capable of carrying the wearer to an entirely different world, and this is elegantly portrayed in his most recent Spring/Summer Couture collection. This mythical line transports onlookers to childhood fairy tales of delightful fantasy lands filled with whimsical characters— and we're all for it.... Read More

Shockingly Artful Couture by Iris van Herpen

Jan 23, 2013  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

It’s a piece of art. It’s a coat. Its Iris van Herpen’s Spring 2013 Haute Couture Collection! Commencing the runway show in proper Herpen fashion, an extravagant introduction which included an epic electric display hardly overshadowed the designs that luxury designer Iris Van Herpen had up her sleeve.... Read More

Karl Makes Another Controversial Statement, This Time on the Runway

Jan 22, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

Luxury designer Karl Lagerfeld made quite the statement today on the tails of a recent march in Paris that protested French president Francois Hollande's plan to legalize gay marriage. Such a statement was made at Lagerfeld's haute couture show for Chanel, during which the fashion maven sent two models hand-in-hand down the runway wearing couture bridal gowns. The pair of models, who walked with one of the designer's young nephews, closed out the long-awaited show that occurred as a part of Paris Fashion Week. To make himself clear, when asked by the Associated Press if the act was made in support of gay marriage in France, Lagerfeld replied, "Of course it was."... Read More

Versace Suits Up For Spring Couture

Jan 22, 2013  |   Contributor: Nicolle Keogh

It may be the dead of winter, but those interested in luxury fashion can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Spring Couture is finally here, and none other than Atelier Versace helped kick off the season by presenting in Paris Fashion Week’s opening slot on Sunday. In her Couture collection, Donatella Versace proves that all that glitter actually is gold— thanks to the designer’s affinity with the particular material. But her collection truly transcends eras, as proven by a sudden pop of color in an initial sea of sophisticated black and gold.... Read More

Paris Fashion Week | Dropped Hemlines

Mar 6, 2012  |   Contributor: Jason Campbell

Paris Fashion Week has produced a range of characteristically luxurious and elegant collections, but the prevailing theme has been a desire for longer hemlines. Designers embraced an eclectic mix of mid-calf to floor-length cuts—from pale shades to wintry palettes, coarse wools to billowing pleated silks, vintage full skirts to contouring pencils—which will offer a range of favorable choices for all body types.... Read More

A.F. Vandevorst Paris Fashion Week Review

Nov 2, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka

Marching dead center in a uniformed procession, the tribesmen advanced towards the cameramen who in rhythmic unison took a shot with every step of the approaching clan member. Harmoniously, exotic tribal music followed their succession to unveil A. F. Vandevorst’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection at Paris Fashion Week.... Read More

Louis Vuitton Looks Sugary Sweet at Paris Fashion Week 2012

Oct 11, 2011  |   Contributor: Trina Brown

Who wants to ride on a Louis Vuitton Carousel? The models showcasing the Spring 2012 Louis Vuitton Collection did just that at the Spring 2012 Runway Show in Paris.... Read More

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