Fashion Week has just wrapped up in fashion…all styles were thrown into the pot to make for a charismatic upcoming fall&winter season.
So many designers and so many trends to follow, we hate to see you cover up your fashionable underwear from iseeyourunderwear.com, however if it has to be done, these are the amazing fashions to do it with. Everything from Vuitton, Valentino, Givenchy, Dior&Hermes, you won’t want to miss these extraordinary collections.
Louis Vuitton brought snow leopards to the runway paying homage to the Himalayas, with luxurious exotic spots, parkas that were inspired by mountaineering gear, double breasted coats, classic black and blue evening wear, cashmere, floral prints and a show stopping laser cut mink coat. Classic, luxurious Louis Vuitton, will you take him mountaineering?
Valentino had its first menswear show in Paris, travelling from Saville Row to punk rock. Valentino’s collection brought back a nod to the 60’s, with classic tailored fit suits in hounds tooth, nifty plaid, with luxurious touches such as leather bands peaking out on a suits, fur spilling out of an overcoat. The Rolling Stone heading back out on tour, David Bowie has a new album, this great collection fits right in!
Welcome back to the gladiator, or is that Givenchy? Givenchy lined the runway for its mainly black&white show with hundreds upon hundreds of candles. Great printed shirts and sweaters with photographs printed on them, stitched jackets reminded us of Frankenstein, jackets with luxurious leather breast plates that took us back to ancient Rome and Givenchy’s rich ancestry.
Dior designer Kris Van Assche brought us fitted futuristic style suits; there was no bulking up with these suits. Zippered jackets silver clip belt buckles woven into these futuristic suits, fitted shirt sleeves, with a recurring red pin stripe. Has the businessman evolved into a superhero?
Hermes equals unpretentious luxury. According to head designer Veronique Nichanian, the 2013 theme at Hermes is “chic le sport”. Hermes presented with muted colours in charcoal, teals and grey in this classy masculine showing. There were 44 looks presented at the show which were completely on –trend. Amazing fitted suits, military style jackets and silk pullovers which invoked punches of colour into the collection. Tracksuit trousers and brightly laced ski-style boots mixed effortlessly with more tailored pieces. There was a breath taking tuxedo in black wool and mohair, amazing and fit for a king. This show was truly one of the highlights of fashion week in my book.