PFW Fall/Winter 2015-16 Favourite show

Five days have pasted since the beginning of the PFW (Paris Fashion Week). I took the time this morning to review some of the runaways. So far, I have some favourites I want to share with you. I haven’t had the time to see all of them, except for the biggest ones and my usual favourites! The pictures are in slideshow format this time, you can play and pause to watch them at your pace.


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Alexander Wang did an excellent job again at the head of Balenciaga. The collection is rich, elegant, chic and totally different from his own line. The details I like; his sexy wraps skirts, the stripe scarf and the elegant dress. I love the materials he used, it elevate each pieces of his collection. Chapeau Alexander Wang!

Isabel Marant

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For daily followers, I’m sure you know that Isabel will be part of my favourite show!!! I’ll repeat myself, but I love the way she’s able to make all women look sexy in our clothes in her own unique way. This is not my favourite collection from her, I’m not sure that I like to see that many structured pieces from her. I usually love her fluidity, but still it’s a beautiful collection. What I like about it; her prints, inspired by her travels, the transparency and the knee high boots, so sexy!!!!

New Discover

Andrew GN

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First, I have to confess that I didn’t know about this designer before this morning, and that I’m happy I discovered him. Andrew GN is a Singapore native now living in France. There is so much to say about his collection. It’s a beautiful mix between, Nordic influences, native American and Asian. I like the freshness of his line, the textures, the prints, the big Nordic sweaters and THAT electric blue whoa!!! I can’t wait to see his next collection!

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From London To Milano By The Street

Don’t you find that people from London and Milano colourful and inspiring! I enjoyed a lot searching for the best street styles look for you from the London and Milan Fashion Week.

I find that there’s a real difference from New York, a lot more colors and a lot less minimalist. Even if for myself I prefer simple and minimalist look I still get really inspiring from extravagant and marginal people. When I was a teenager, a dressed really marginally, I didn’t want the other kids look similar to me, I always wanted to be different. With the years, I found myself and now I’m more into simplicity!

See you soon for more inspirations xxx

Pictures via: W Magazine / Highsnobiety / Stockholm StreetStyle / Le 21ème / On Abbot Kinney / The Sartorialist /