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Alexander McQueen Fall 2016 LFW Show Is a Dream Come True


After feasting your eyes on the divine and celestial Alexander McQueenfall/winter 2016-2017 RTW collection unveiled yesterday in the evening at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London, you will have a snowball’s chance in hell to break the spell cast over you forever and ever. Uttering that the collection was teeming with all those feminine typical coquettish butterflies, lips and lipsticks, moons and stars, flowers, birdies, some midges and eyes quite palpable on a series of pieces is sort of telling nothing about that magical bounty Sarah Burton paid us yesterday. That sweet baby in her womb to come to life in two week’s time might have in some aspects chipped in her mother’s creative mind reaching its zenith, this time registering the fall 2016-2017 lineup as the most paradisiacal in the brand’s history.

Alexander McQueen Fall/Winter 2016-2017 RTW - London Fashion Week

“It’s all about nighttime and dreams, almost sleepwalking, in a state where reality and dreams become blurred,” said the designer backstage and knuckled down to manifest every single word uttered with every single millimeter tailored and designed by the brand’s experienced team. The show kicked off with pieces driving at reality under the guise of black cashmere or leather coats cut in precise geometrical shapes and hand painted with pocket watches, butterflies and lips all over the map.

The Alexander McQueen fall 2016 show was gradually veering off reality leading us to some shadowy and vague dream zone, where things took more diaphanous, ruffled and scarcely tactile spin. We saw a couple of billowy dresses with shoulders cut to fall off in some nonchalant way and other chaotic slashes here and there conveying more lunatic impression. Some black and powdery pink lacy dresses with bottoms going densely pleated and the bodices hosting scintillating butterflies in apple-pie order immediately followed, while those cobweb-fine knitted dresses in cream, amaranth pink shades were really the incarnation of daintiness and subtlety.

But if you are after some crème de la crème samples to throw yourself into equilibrium, come and get them at the end of the show trotting out some museum-worthy intricate pieces that were in frantic competition to take the winning crown, but at the end putting up to live in harmonious symbiosis. Two grandiose illusion dresses all encrusted with tiny star dust and teamed with capes were crooning a sweet lullaby, while another naked dress, one side of which was embellished with a golden goat stretching across the whole length, was somehow shocking. A couple of sophisticated bejewelled gowns and a modicum of illusion dresses with a plethora of images as if extracted from the dreams of a babe in the woods were sending word about countless days spent on that sophisticated handicraft.

This was all about night with vague dreams, moon and stars staring at people through windows and of course, all the attributes of lounging bedroom. Seeing a range of bejewelled lingerie pieces more often worn underneath black mannish suits and teamed with pants with buckled ribbons wrapped around was not something unexpected or unlooked-for.

What was really out of blue were those eiderdowns taken from a bedroom and shaped into coats lined with marabou and decorated with floral and butterfly prints or else with 3D butterflies, like that closing one worn over a breathtaking gown embellished with shimmering dust and the bottom all going ostrich feathers. Good night! Dream your sweetest dreams!


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Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2016 Bag Collection

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Louis Vuitton recently released the images for their Pre-Fall 2016 Collection. The collection features 12 looks with six of them presenting the brand‘s latest handbags. These includes the Petite Malle, Twist and City Steamer bags. The Petite Malle bag is seen in camouflage pattern, while the Twist bag is presented in edgy studs. The City Steamer bags comes in new colors like Black with Red piping and Black and White with Light Blue handle.


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Paul Smith Fall/Winter 2016-2017 RTW – LFW


Named one of the best dressed men in G.B. in 2015 by GQ magazine, Sir Paul Smith does not exclusively like stripes. For his Paul Smithfall/winter 2016-17 ready-to-wear collection, unveiled at London Fashion Week, he embraced geometry all-round, mixing psychedelic patterns with cleaner designs and even solid-colored pieces always using geometric cuts. Even when Sir Paul Smith did not opt for stripes or any other kind of geometric print, he still managed to somehow make the entire outfit look geometrically perfect, mainly thanks to the sharp lines of the jackets, the solid color-blocking contrasts and even the minuscule buttons and gem attachments of the shirts, blazers and trousers.

Paul Smith Fall/Winter 2016-2017 RTW - London Fashion Week

Although being mostly sharp in lines, the entire Paul Smith FW 2016-17 collection showcases some delicate proposals too, with relaxed lines and vaporous fabrics that got blissfully combined with silky materials and softer colors. Aside from the architectural side, the lineup also channels some Seventies-inspired motifs to be quickly found in the many botanical patterns, paisley motifs and maxi gowns, which accentuate Smith’s passion for geometry even more.

The collection’s other main protagonist is androgyny, here used as a reminiscence of Smith’s golden age, namely the late Seventies/early-Eighties, when his perception of the suit (both male’s and female’s) changed forever its own role in the fashion industry. Smith’s suit isn’t solely meant for formal occasions, as the designer himself mentioned it as being perfect for any kind of event, from a night out with friends to a job interview.

Smith’s suits are, in fact, not solely meant for men: his collections often intertwine male and female motifs together, and we could particularly see it throughout this collection, as it sophisticatedly mixes feminine silhouettes with mannish cuts. To make everything look more natural, he brought his men’s and women’s teams closer, letting them work in the same studios so that they could draw inspiration from each other. Needless to say, it was a brilliant idea.

The suit isn’t however the only nostalgic moment in the Paul Smith FW 2016-17 collection: among the many proposals it is indeed possible to spot a bitten apple pattern too, brought back to life from his 1982 collection. “My reference is me!” ironically explained Smith afterwards.

As for the color palette, the lineup is mostly dark-toned, even when showcasing some vivid oranges and light burgundy shades. Total black looks are the main protagonists here, and their mysterious allure is to be accentuated by some plunging V-necklines, sharp Chinese collars, contrasting fur attachments, golden shoes and roomy waistcoats. Roomy are the draped coats too, often embellished with oversized paisley motifs (those are my favorites, as they look both elegant and quirky at the same time), furry collars and big light blue buttons.

Other interesting pieces include an aubergine coat with a contrasting orange stripe motif (which is kind of recurring), ankle-length fluid trousers and some extremely wearable sweaters that we are surely about to see quite a lot, next winter.

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Rodarte Brings Fantasy to NYFW Fall 2016 Show


Rodarte had the pleasure of commemorating its 10th anniversary on the stage of New York Fashion Week. The ready-to-wear collection created for fall/winter 2016-2017 stayed true to the brand’s aesthetic due to founders Kate and Laura Mulleavy maintaining power at the helm of the design. The stage was set, as created by Alexandre de Betak, and models were styled and ready to walk the runway to music, which sometimes turned to that of Judy Collins’ covering artists like Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen. The clothes themselves were loosely inspired by Berkely, where the sisters completed their college degrees, but traveled via a dark design scheme.

Rodarte Fall/ Winter 2016-2017 RTW - NYFW

The overall essence of the Rodarte fall 2016 RTW collection could only be described as trancelike, as the looks were so embedded within fantasy that it was easy to forget the intent of this being a ready-to-wear line, and not a costume parade for the latest Tim Burton film. The way the outfits were put together made everything appear more costumey, although further dissecting the looks shows that quite a few of the pieces were actually quite commercial. So the presentation was a bit over the top – but so much is to be expected from the label.

Everything was grungier than in past seasons, although it maintained a level of naturality that always manages to arise. And despite the undeniable demented tones lining the collection, everything managed to feel just a little bit nostalgic. Like back to childhood, when everything suddenly became the target for dressing up, and glamour was based on the amount of ruffles you could hike up around your frame. It is interesting, the way the sister designers at Rodarte are able to ensnare the audience with these two juxtaposed feelings.

The models were styled by NARS Cosmetics worker James Kaliardos, who took the time to inform WWD of the decisions behind the makeup. It seems his concept for the models went along perfectly with the clothes in the collection, and was executed perfectly to boot. It’s ethereal, but tough,” Kaliardos told WWD. “The whole look is pretty, but it’s something stronger… a ‘don’t mess with me’ kind of look.” And with that in mind, the makeup was able to successfully finish off the intensity featured in the apparel.

The looks that stormed the runway were most stunning in varying shades and silhouettes of lace, satin, and furs. But this trend was broken up when thick leather pieces with forcibly scrunched-up arms were added into the mix. There didn’t seem to be too much method to the madness that ensued, but there was a lot of excellence that came as a result.

Kirsten Dunst was the most notable face in the front row for this show. She is quite possibly the brand’s most loyal follower, and she never fails to talk the Mulleavy sisters up at any possible moment. “They tell such a unique story, there’s no one like them. Every time it’s a surprise,” she told WWD. And this season was a particularly shocking surprise, with its eerie, dark characteristics, so Dunst likely left the show feeling particularly satisfied this season, seeing the looks she’ll be sporting when the collection is released for fall. And the actress’s loyalty is rooted in more than just a love for the released apparel. In fact, the Mulleavy sisters wrote and directed upcoming film “Woodshock” which stars Dunst.

“They’re two of my best friends,” she said of the designers. “So it couldn’t have been better to honest.”

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Chanel Mademoiselle Chic Flap Bag Reference Guide

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resenting the Chanel Mademoiselle Chic Flap Bag. The Mademoiselle Chic is another flap bag from the Cruise 2016 Collection. The bag features a vintage design in quilted leather. It comes in three sizes, Mini, Medium and Jumbo. Available in variety of colors, Black, Light Pink, Pink, Gray and Navy.

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Chanel Mademoiselle Chic Flap Mini Bag TBD
Chanel Mademoiselle Chic Flap Medium Bag $3,600.00 (USD)
Chanel Mademoiselle Chic Flap Jumbo Bag $3,800.00 (USD)


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