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Best of Paris Fashion Week

Manish Arora

Since I discovered Manish Arora, I instantly fell in love with the designer. The brand is a breath of fresh air in the industry, you don't see anything quite like this anywhere else. The ornamentation is his signature, and the maximalist outfits tell a story. I could stare a each piece for hours to assimilate all the details. It's like a journey you can read on a simple sweatshirt.


A lot of geometry, but also an atention for details. This woman looks tuff, but on the inside she's fragile and pure.


I'm a sucker for transparencies and black. It was really easy here. I especially adore the gows with those assymetric forms. Cool and laid back.


The styling in Balmain looks always spot on. Also, the Balmain woman can be always sexy, with class. Edgy designs 

Barbara Bui

Love the contrast between those flowy white pieces, and the heavyness of the metallic fabrics. The detailed pieces are also powerful.

Christophe Lemaire

After leaving Hèrmes, Lemaire can finally dedicate his work to his own brand, and this collection represents moving forward. Movement, lightness and an unstoppable woman.


The details, the fabrics, the styling, evertyhing is spot on. Sexy, classy and powerful.

Rick Owens

The mix of light and wightis gorgeous, and I love how the girls look like walking sculptures, thatcarry "heavy" textures, para could float in the air.

Saint Laurent

The rock 'n roll chic is always a must in the Saint Laurent essence, and this season is no exception. A mix of the glamorous 70's groupies, with the early eighties reckless punk chics. Not my favourite collection o Saint Laurent, but in my Paris Fashion Week top for sure.

Miu Miu

Altough the styling is not my favorite, I really do love some pieces here, like the long coats, and the platform heels.

Iris Van Herpen

Points for the combination of fabrics and metallic materials, and the overall structure of the outfits. Edgy and different from everything we saw this season.

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Gareth Pugh S/S 2015

My selection from the amazing pieces of Gareth Pugh's S/S 2015 presentation.

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Best of Milan Fashion Week S/S 2015


Loving the "seventies muse" inspiration. 


Either you love it or hate. The styling is always strong, it's always a mix of "everything", so you got to see beyond all that information.Impecable tayloring, fabrics and cool odd colours for spring.


Since Jeremy Scott took the leading of Moschino creative direction, the brand looks much more interesting. Sure there's some sillyness, but fashion is meant to be fun too. The classic side of the brand is still there, just got a little more exciting and thinking forward.


Amazing reconstruture of the kimono, perfect fabrics and patterns, and exquisite silhouettes. Exciting.


Fendi always pushes forward. Breaking all the trends.

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Best of London Fashion Week S/S 2015

 Julien Macdonald

Beautifully made. I've lost my mind in those million details.

Daniela Barros

I've followed this young portuguese designer for some time, and every collection blows me away. Love this.

J.W. Anderson

A nautic theme mixed with unexpected silhouettes. This was an intriguing collection for me, thou it shows a lot of class but can be wearable by a lot of people.

Marques' Almeida

This is a brand that takes risks and fights the ordinary.This is a very specific style, not to be worn by everyone. It stands out, and they have been recreating their concept every season.

 Tom Ford

This puts a fine line between outrageous and sexy, and between classy and thrashy. With the clear influence of rock 'n roll, this girl looks like a seventies rock groupie, with an always amazing outfit.

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Lara Stone for V Magazine #91

Styling: Marie Chaix
Photographer: Alasdair McLellan

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Best of New York Fashion Week S/S 2015

Victoria Beckham

Always sophisticated, I wasn't expecting nothing more than a good tayloring, simple and flattering silhouette.

Donna Karan

Some classic silhouettes embodied in edgy patterns inspired by street art. Well done.

Jason Wu

A discret and soft collection, with an awesome palette of colours. Easy and flattering.

Proenza Schouler

One of the names you can expect the most. Opposite fabrics that make an unexpected superb combination. They do really put up something new, something hat you can expect, and the most important, something that isn't boring.

Versus Versace

Withe the help of Anthony Vaccarello, Donatella did a collection that represents herself and the essence of Versace. The Versus woman loves rock 'n roll, can be sexy without revealing everything, and aside can be succsseful and strong.


Inspired by a museum in Brazil, designer Oskar Metsavaht embodied in this collection the nature and architecture he saw while he was there. This a minimal collection, but with edgy details, and you can perfectly see the inspiration behind it.

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Amanda Seyfried for W Magazine February 2014

"When I feel like I’m not accomplishing something, 
I feel like I failed the day."

"Sex scenes are great. A lot of my costars have been sexy guys my age who are really respectful and cool. So, why not? I’m not going to pretend it’s not fun.”

 Photographer Craig McDean
Stylist Edward Enninful

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