Archive for Março 2015

best of // Paris Fashion Week F/W 2015/16


Ann Demeulemeester

Simple and lots of layers in black. What else?



Givenchy

The Goth theme was spot on, and I can even write about the face acessories... Perfect and kind of shocking, but the impact is great, for sure.


Manish Arora

Always diverse, with different cultures all mixed together. Candy for the eyes.


Philip Plein

Rock 'n roll.


Sonya Rykiel

Seventies all over the place.



Saint Laurent

I always feel Hedi Slimane designs for me, so... I obviously loved this.

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best of // Milan Fashion Week F/W 2015/16

Yep, I only like this two collections. Still bored.


Fausto Puglisi

Love these designs, the strong colours, the vibrant patterns. Fresh, fresh, fresh.


Max Mara

Minimal and elegant. Also they look confy in those warm looks. And sexy.



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best of // London Fashion Week F/W 2015/16

Yep, I was still bored with LFW, so here's my top two. I felt the other collections were a bit too similar, nothing fresh and exciting was shown, but here's my favorites.


Christopher Kane

Loving the body drawings as a pattern. Also, it's a very discrete collection, but you can still be sexy in a subtle way. Plus, it's something different to the eyes.



Marques' Almeida

They always come up with new ideas, and don't get to disappoint me. Always something you don't see regurarly. Fresh and young.


Thomas Tait

Simple and powerful.

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best of // New York Fashion Week F/W 2015/16

I wasn't very excited with this season's collections, although I liked a few ones.


DKNY

What caught my eye was the simplicity and all the minimalism, yet not losing its boldness. This is where you apply the "more is less" rule. The models look confy, but they still can make an impact and look strong.


Marc Jacobs

 The classic silhouette with a punk touch. Love the mistery and the subtle darkness in this.


3.1 Phillip Lim

As a recap of Phillip Lim's 10th anniversary it mixes the brand most essentials aesthetics. There's a bit of everything, actually. A bit of sportswear, a bit of grunge, 


Alexander Wang

I love tough runway shows like this. The inspiration revolves around subcultures like the punk movement, or kids who listen to Marilyn Manson. Don't mess with the Wang woman. Love the "blackness" of this, the leather, the studs.


Proenza Schouler

PS never fails to put up an exciting collection. They know that taking risks, pays off. This isn't boring, and you can't still be all covered up with clothes and still be edgy.


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