Mar 9, 2011

Exposing more wonderful ideas at PFW Fall 2011

The final days of Paris Fashion Week are here. Wonderful ideas were exposed to the world for everyone to see and it is not over yet. For today's presentation continued to expose even more wonderful ideas.
There is something for anyone who loves beautiful ensembles for cocktail or evening. The collection from Collette Dinnigan offers such a variety of prettiness and elegance. There is a variety that goes from classic evening suits to dresses to beautiful gowns. There were some dresses with black taffeta motifs overlaid on sheer fabric and some were of embellished laced with jet beading. One cannot resist getting at least one outfit from this collection. Or maybe two or three....
The collection of Jean-Charles de Castelbajac served up a line of sportswear that was cleverly mixed with trendy wools, tweeds, and leathers mixed with a variety of prints, plaids, detailed motifs and interesting color combinations. This season the collection has wearability power for sure..

When Maria Graza Chiuri and Pierre Paolo Piccioli  took over the designing helm at Valentino, they faced a lot of hard core critiques from the fashion world. And I got to say that this collection will give them high praises for building a beautiful line up of clothes that will tickle the fancy of every woman at every age. A very Valentino looking collection with the ease of modern, contemporary influence looked fresh, classic and youthful that anyone of any age would want to wear. The suits and dresses were a pure lady like luxe, great trenches of leather, and fantastic evening wear. What a wonderful job! What a wonderful vision!

Valentino Fall/Winter 2011

Sarah Burton created 'The Ice Queen and her Court' in black, white and lavender and it is so Alexander McQueen. So many creative combinations of hand loomed silk, wools, tweeds. Beautiful velvets with studs, ample skirts of a honeycombed shapes and the marvelous, exquisite evening gowns. Could the rumor be fulfilled that Kate Middleton may be wearing a McQueen wedding dress? Who knows? I do have to say though, that this collection was brilliant and beautiful.

Alexander McQueen
Fall/Winter 2011

Chanel was dominated by menswear. A great deal of masculinity was exhibited with so much Chanel that is more powerful than the dominance. Mostly black, white and gray was present and there were a spot of colored jackets such as a red and a green one. There were Chanel suits mixed with jean like leggings, jumpsuits in thick tweeds and there were some sparkle as well. A tough collection only to have Chanel to dominate it with that Leo pride.
One more day of exposure of ideas are left. Soon we will see some of these ideas exposed even more so all over the world.

Fall/Winter 2011

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