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Dundas Resort 2018

Dundas Resort 2018

“A labor of love” is the shortest explanation of Peter Dundas collection. It was all in the spirit of when 18th century meets the seventies. The runway took place at the Hotel de Gesvres – private residence in Paris, and the show began at the top of the stairs.

Louis Vuitton Fall Ready to Wear 2017

Louis Vuitton

The Louvre, one of the most famous museums in the world, despite its regular popularity, was also a center of a fashion show. And none the less, the Louis Vuitton Fall show. The runway was staged in the Cour Marly in the Richelieu wing, where all the models were preparing to show the newest achievement that creative director Nicolas Ghesquière has made for the world. Louis Vuitton, as a brand, dreams of a borderless world and it does count when it comes to fashion.

Lemaire Fall/Winter Ready to Wear 2017


If you are wondering what an office person should wear to work, stuck behind the desk for whole day, then the answer is in the new Fall/Winter  Lemaire line. For this line, Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Link Tran decided to change their well-known structure, but still remain and keep up with what is trending this season: tailoring. As a key focus, all the accent was put on the suiting. Their signature style and work are violating the professional dress codes in their designs. This Fall/Winter  lineup gave the impression of stylish melancholy meditation of the classic office wardrobe.

Paris Fashion Week 2017 Ready to Wear

Paris Fashion Week Week 2017 Ready to Wear

Paris Fashion Week 2017 took place from 28th Feb to 8th March in Paris (the fashion capital of course!). Paris Fashion Week is one of the key dates or all fashion lovers, it sets the trends for the year ahead and gives you an idea of what to expect from the top designers down to the high street stores.
In this article we’ll go into detail on some gorgeous women’s collections including out tips for styling them!

Nobi Talai Ready To Wear Fall 2017

Nobi Talai
Nobi Talai Ready To Wear Fall 2017 Nobi Talai stay within the typical colour palette of fall with plums, earthy tones, but what we really love is how they have contrasted with stark white and blues. The designs have a sense of movement like a blustery fall wind. (function($) { function calcWrapperNewTopMargin() { newHeight =...

Acne Studios 2017 Fall Ready to Wear

Acne Studios
Acne Studios 2017 Fall Ready-to-Wear Acne Studios have taken a fresh look on the spirit of the 1970s with mustard and earthy tones and the that sense of handmade, hand me downs. The garments are layered and flowing, rarely looking bulky. (function($) { function calcWrapperNewTopMargin() { newHeight = ($('#pg-gallery .wpb_gallery > .wpb_wrapper').height() - $('#pg-intro').height()) / 2;...

Balenciaga 2017 Fall Ready-to-Wear

House of Balenciaga You’ve got to admire Demna Gvasalia. For all his stated philosophy of fashion pragmatism. His collection displayed interesting fabric patterns and new ideas of how to wear a coat. Vivid colors, somehow modest -but overall  pieces that make a statement. This Balenciaga collection is absolutely talking to the heart of every fierce...

Our Favourite Looks From Paris Fashion Week 2017

Paris Fashion Week 2017

Spring is in the air and so is the fashion! We’ve been keeping an eye on all of the top fashion shows to bring you our take on the latest fashions and the fashions for the year ahead. This week we’ve been drooling over some of the best and most stunning designs seen at Paris Fashion Week. We’re happy to bring you our favourite looks from Paris Fashion Week

Show Report: Paris Fashion Week

Paris Fashion Week

The City of Light, home of couture fashion and arguably home to the world’s greatest fashion week. Balenciaga, McQueen, Hermes, Celine, Chloe, Valentino, Chanel, Louis Vuitton…. all in one city for the finale of the season – it’s fashion nirvana and the epitome of high end.

For LV, creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere took the show to the shell of the new Louis Vuitton store on Place Vendome. An architectural space with raw concrete, exposed piping and half finished fixtures had Ghesquiere written all over it, and gave the collection more of a chance to be seen, rather than overwhelmed by it’s surroundings.

Having explored sportswear for the past year or so, this collection represented the luxury of which Louis Vuitton clients are more accustomed to. Meticulous tailoring was a key theme of the collection, refined suits and separates in business grey and other muted colors gave us a new take on boardroom chic.