Monday, 28 January 2019 13:51

Patrick Pham at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week

A symbol of fortune in Asia, lucky charm, and infinite. Erected towards the sky, Patrick Pham is fascinated by the number 8 because of its plenitude and its perfection.

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Alin Le’Kal is as much defined by the generations of expertise and finesse that preceded him, as he is by the raw femininity and indulgence of his own designs.

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Thursday, 24 January 2019 10:07

BaroQco Couture Show at Paris Fashion Week

BaroQco Jewellery is created by BaroQco from the Netherlands and is designed by Eduardo Liem who is dedicated to make each creation a meticulously hand-crafted masterpiece that is truly one of its kind.

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A closed door is, more often than not, a mystery to all of us. When that door has an arch and a keystone, intertwining to form a coherent symplexis, it becomes a mystical and wondrous gate, behind which imagination can run wild! So, open it. If you dare.

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Monday, 12 October 2015 15:21

Paris Fashion Week Highlights

Paris Fashion Week is over for another year, with dozens of designers showing off their latest pieces for spring/summer 2016 and countless stand out moments from the catwalk.

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Monday, 05 October 2015 16:04

Alexander McQueen Spring 2016

Paris Fashion Week is drawing to a close, after the likes of Balenciaga, Christian Dior, Balmain, Stella McCartney and Isabel Marant have shown off wonderful collections for the upcoming spring/summer 2016 season.

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Tuesday, 04 June 2013 16:37

Fashion weeks are here!

Fashion Weeks are excellent opportunities for the media and the public to see what is going on in the feverish minds of some of the most creative people on the planet.
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Sunday, 30 September 2012 20:33

Vivienne Westwood SS13 ready to wear Paris

Who doesn't love Vivienne Westwood she is an amazingly diverse designer in so many ways and her collection is just so inspiring.

Source Now fashion - Photos Tim Grenard
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Wednesday, 22 August 2012 00:28

Pretty Pleats Please

Pretty Pleats PleaseI picked up an 'Aeroports DE Paris Lifestyle' Magazine at Paris airport on my way back from a beautiful and sunny family holiday in Montpellier last month. Usually, I don't end up even looking back at any magazine I pick up at an airport, talk less of actually reading it. Maybe it was something to do with the fact that I was passing through the city of fashion, which would be inspiring regardless of whether it was just a tourist literature guide.

I'm glad I was intrigued enough to manoeuvre through the magazine. It was in such leisure reading that I found something 'new' in summer fashion, in the style of Afro-centric; Issey Miyake Pleats Please (and Caroline Baggie. Read the July edition to see the pieces). Generally, I think that Afro-centric has become this season's motif. And no doubt it is a good choice because of its exotic and not-the-girl-next-door vibes that such a style can transmit in a European setting. Who would have thought that modelling a Brocante Heteroclite african mask would do well in a shoot comprised of Patrizia Pepe mini shorts and an all casual trench dress. Its surprisingly subtle the way style has emerged into unifying pieces that come from different shores of the earth. The Marabelle edition below reminds me of a Cameroonian wax print Ankara that came into my possession a few years ago. Feast your eyes on these colourful goodies.

New ORE print series by IM- mineral and natural print colours 


Edition by Julie Marabelle (cut-out and maps motifs)

What do you think of the 'Pleats Please' by Issey Miyake? 
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