Bonjour! Oui oui! Comment ça va?? Paris Fashion Week kicks off today and will end on March 9th! I don’t want any of you to feel sad about all of the Fall/Winter 2016 Fashion Weeks wrapping up across the globe. So I thought instead of only reporting about the runway, the street style, and models, I thought you’d love to have a post dedicated to 10 facts about Paris Fashion Week; After all it is the home of fashion, the place that started it all, and the grand finale! P.S fact #9 is my favourite.
Hey everyone, it’s Casual Sunday once again! & today’s look incorporates one main element: The sweater dress. I have a sweater addiction, and if I could get away with it, I’d probably wear a sweater to every function, event, dinner- etc. So this might explain why I’m favouring this look that Elena perminova wore. I’ve featured this look by Elena on my blog before, but thought it deserved a true Casual Sunday spot. I also put in a few of my top sweater dress choices, and the links of where they came from below.
There are moments when I remain silent in thought, thinking of things that enrage, or deeply sadden me in this world. I do not like to post about my inner most thoughts on my blog, my views, my opinions (with the exception of fashion advice). But, I feel like breaking my silence tonight, and I’m joining the solidarity to say that my prayers are with Paris. The sympathy I wish to express for all those who lost their lives, to the families who will never get back those they loved, for the victims, the survivors and the moments of terror they endured, to the memories that have been etched into their minds..I’m sending my prayers.
Hey everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve put some effort into coming up with a Casual Sunday post. If you’ve noticed my last one was very “summery/nautical”, and I need to conform to all things fall! So this Casual Sunday post is more about how to do “parisienne casual”, or at least the way Elena Perminova does casual when she’s in paris. The look Elena is wearing is all by Isabel Marant (I adore Isabel Marant’s knitwear & there’s a part of me that’s still upset that I couldn’t get any of her pieces from her H&M collaboration). To break the look down further it’s essentially a cable knit sweater, structured leggings, ankle boots, a handbag and sunglasses. Each piece falls within the neutral palette. P.S Anyone can pull off this style, even if you don’t have the wallet for Isabel Marant. Just look for an oversized cable knit, and partially tuck it into some high wasted trousers, or structured leggings and away you go, you’re ready for fall you gorgeous girl.
Vika Gazinskaya’s Fall winter 2014 campaign is taking on a futuristic approach!! The Russian fashion designers collection features clothes with tattoo details on delicate “powdery-tissues”, pastels, wide ruffles and outfits with structure- depicted in true look-book fashion, where Photographer and video artist Ernest Yakovlev took images, and made them into a modern video version, to delight true Vika fans. Here’s the link to the Video on Buro 24/7.