I’m a big fan of art, and art is in Simone Rocha’s collection this season, i love the combination of textures, each look on the runway reflected different stories all attached together…Anyone looking for a reason why Simone Rocha has become the go-to designer for special yet not precious dresses will find 40 of them in her latest. This beauty of a collection took inspiration from a National Gallery of Ireland exhibition juxtaposing Jackie Nickerson’s photographs of African agricultural workers with 18th-century Old Master paintings. Bewitching.
“Love at the first sight” …My favourite 4 looks from the Louis Vuitton Show .Nicolas Ghesquiere took us back to the 80s to create a collection of experimental tailoring and enticing evening dresses.
From the oversized boxy tailored jacket or coat,to the perfect bag for women who are embarrassed to carry an It bag—a classy, gimmick-free top-handled frame handbag, which looked as if it might have come from the Celine archive. Simple yet impressive!!
“See Now,Buy Now” Christopher Bailey started the revolution in the world of fashion, from this amazing runway show , inspired by the Novel “orlando” by Virginia Woolf. From layering to ruffle collared shirts to silky pyjamas , he took the audience to another world where heritage meets modernity just like Nancy Lancaster’s garden mazes and interior .. Inspired by the old British wallpapers and castles , Christopher believes that nowadays “genders are no longer defined” which leaded to a great merge of womenswear and menswear all in one show. Not to forget to mention the amazing venue where the show took place in the heat of london “Makers House”.
A new chapter written solely by Piccioli opened, and it read just beautifully.
A magical series of handkerchief-hemmed, diaphanous dresses in pinks to reds came out, delicately printed or embroidered with patterns of birds and fantasy vegetation. Personally involve with the new phone covers .