When one thinks of Paris, there is the iconic Eiffel tower, wine, baguettes … And then, of course, Parisian men. Men from Paris are universally known for being the most romantic, and this Paris Fashion Week did not disappoint. Reminiscent of the Paris of old, men at Paris Fashion week brought back the man brooch. […]Read more "Paris Fashion Week: Men’s Wear Alert"
What is it that always seems to make fashionistas seem so effortlessly flawless? They say that eyes are the windows to the soul. If that’s the case, are we subconsciously trying to hide ourselves when we wear sunglasses? Maybe it’s for this alone that bloggers and celebs seem so effortlessly flawless once they throw on […]Read more "Paris Fashion Week: Get Your Shades On"
Zap! Boom! Flash! Basically ever onomatopoeia describes the sound of our camera trying to snap every chic bag as it whizzed by (apparently fashion people are always on the move). Handbags, clutches, satchels, backpacks, and more of all shapes, sizes, colors, and patterns were an inspirational sight to behold. They were the kind of bags […]Read more "Paris Fashion Week’s Most Stylish Bags"
Where’s the epicenter of the most fashionable shoe game? Paris. But really, could it be anywhere else? From towering heels to sneakers there were a wide range of styles. Strappy or lace up heels were a consistent theme captured, whether they were completely blacked out or vibrantly colored. Maybe it was the romantic Parisian setting or […]Read more "Shoe Game at Paris Fashion Week"
With a couple of familiar faces (Actor Seung Won Cha and CNBLUE’s Jung Shin Lee) among the models, everyone held their breaths as perfection walked down the runway. An extension of Songzio’s previous collection “Tree”, the color scheme stayed among neutrals with an occasional glimpse of orange. Belted waists, deep v’s, and matching pieces were […]Read more "SFW S/S 2015: Songzio"
Valentin Yudashkin‘s SS15 Ready-To-Wear collection was nothing short of a masterpiece that brought together all that we love about spring and summer dressing. Every look that came out was a breath of fresh air due to colors of crisp whites, and shades of yellow, green, pink, and gold. French gardens were a clear inspiration in […]Read more "PFW S/S 2015: Valentin Yudashkin"
Danish designer, Ole Yde, had to combat protestors that threatened to disrupt his show due to unrelated issues to him. Despite the protests surrounding the show, Yde sent out a collection that was whimsical, relatable, and completely wearable. Traditional Japanese floral prints and silhouettes, and refined Parisian society chic were apparent influences. The most innovative looks […]Read more "PFW: YDE S/S 2015"
Bright colors and vibrant patterns paired with chunky accessories were prominent on the streets outside of the shows at Paris Fashion Week, proving that Paris is still queen of the street style scene. Some of the most stand out accessories were the shades, whether oversized, cat-eye, circular, or colorful they certainly took the wearer’s entire […]Read more "PFW S/S2015 Street Style: Editors’ Picks"
Hussein Chalayan is known for integrating the human body with clothing, technology, and architecture to create collections that delve deeper, and illustrate personal narratives. Chalayan’s collections often are referred to as performances rather than fashion shows because of his use of innovative music and multi-media. For his SS15 collection he transported us to the shores of […]Read more "PFW: Chalayan S/S 2015"
French-born London-based fashion designer, Roland Mouret, proved again that he fully understands the female form. His dresses and separates heighten a woman’s femininity while oozing straight up sex appeal. Bold textures and colors delighted all in the room, keeping everyone’s attention fully wrapped with every new look that made its appearance. The key pieces were color-blocked […]Read more "PFW: Roland Mouret S/S 2015"
The setting, a seemingly abandoned floor of a nondescript Paris office building. The show, Hood by Air (HBA) by Shayne Oliver. The theme, a three-part series started at NYFW that explores the male self – the id, superego, and ego. At Paris Fashion Week the “superego” was expressed through gender bending clothing that pushed the limits […]Read more "PFW: Hood by Air S/S 2015"
Street fashion snaps oftentimes are as important as the shows; They’re a translator in the language of fashion, telling the world what trends will take hold. From shocking to expected, the anticipation could kill. Florals remained out and about, in bold and in small and dainty. However, cornrows, open backs, green loafers, and modern patchwork […]Read more "Paris Fashion Week Menswear SS2015: Street Style"
Sandy beaches and clear waters- A glance at WOOYOUNGMI will leave you longing for a long stretch of bliss. WOOYOUNGMI, known as the first Korean Ready-to-Wear menswear female designer, have perfected her art to a T with the latest collection. Variants of the brown color spectrum dominate on loose-fitting linen, sure to give the wind […]Read more "PFW MENSWEAR SS 2015: WOOYOUNGMI"
Paris Fashion Week (March 1-5) had some of fashion’s hottest shows including Chanel, Balmain, Acne, Celine, Kenzo, Isabel Marant, and many more. Seats inside the shows are coveted, and the street style looks outside the shows were even more covetable. We caught some awe-inspiring street chic looks that we are definitely taking notes on, and […]Read more "2014 Paris Fashion Week Street Style"