Thursday, March 03, 2005

Fall Winter 2005-2006 Paris Day 3

Dries Van Noten - Weird, random, Victorian attic finds that are strangely modern (or maybe just Asian).

Bright bathrobe jackets, sashes, dead flowers, and the random hot's all sooooo cooooooool.

Emanuel Ungaro - More modern Japanese, by way of Audrey Hepburn. Actually, it reminds me of this dvd we have: Branded to Kill - not that these are costumey, theyre just plain cool.

Lagerfeld - Grecian, laid-back, sexy...maybe a tad bullfighter-esque. Sharp.

Loewe - A Spanish Michael Kors. Rich, sexy.

Those shoes!

Rochas - I'm wondering why we bothered looking at the other cities. Today alone, the most gorgeous clothes, most forward, most inspiring...the best. Now, Rochas. So romantic, so edgy, so expensive, so timeless. The closest to perfection I've ever seen.

Again, some obis. You know what to do for Fall. I want satin boots too!

Stella McCartney - A surprisingly well-executed collection. I picture Uma Thurman in all of these, which is not a bad person to emulate. (Have you seen her Louis Vuitton ads??)

Veronique Branquinho - Too dark! I cant see anything!

Viktor & Rolf - Dear god, is that Tori Amos?? Ok, I'll try to soldier on. The place to go for fantastic white blouses. I wish I could own them...they just never stay white with me. I'm a very dirty girl.

Ooooh! And suits and jackets!

I always loved their concepts more than their actual clothes, but this season, I'm in love. In love with this entire day of shows.

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