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When fashion smiles

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Mon Paris e Moi | itfashion.com

Share! Share in Facebook Share in twitter Fashion When fashion smiles by , 8 Apr 2013 ONE As a fashion paradise, in Paris one can explore the styles and trends of the 20th century in shops like this, Les Archives de la Presse. It’s a real treasure trove and possibly the best vintage fashion magazine… Read more »

Mon Paris À Moi

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Mon Paris À Moi | itfashion.com

I: Hermès This Hermès collection has been conceived as the wardrobe of a mysterious parisian women. The mystery in this look lies on the brown leather of the bomber jacket and in the black skirt: a classic look, but with small details that mark the difference and make us wonder where this woman is going… Read more »

MPAM: the wild side of well-educated girls

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Mon Paris à Moi Noelia Terrón Laya | itfashion.com

I In the continuum of façades from the 19th century that align in Paris’ streets there are always surprises. Sometimes we can find buildings with pure geometric lines from the 60s and 70s, crazy post-modern shapes and, like here, an amazing Art Decó front. It’s nº 95, rue de Vaugirard, near Montparnasse. The vertical set… Read more »

Mon Paris à Moi: past and present

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Mon Paris à Moi Noelia Terrón Laya | itfashion.com

Metro Concorde Paris underground is like a tree trunk: the entrances and the platforms make us travel in time, jumping back and forth between past and present. The details of its most remote past are also the most characteristic, such as this sign in Concorde, which seems to take us back to the late 50s… Read more »

Mon Paris a Moi: details

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Mon Paris e Moi | itfashion.com

The windows of the Bon Marché always make you stop in the middle of the street. 2013 starts with a curious project by Kerry Lemon, who has lengthened the legs of several animals to turn them into a hybrid: skating pigs, skiing foxes of birds in sneakers. The sneaker craze seems to have conquered the city,… Read more »

Mon Paris à Moi

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Mon Paris à Moi | itfashion.com

Noelia Terrón-Laya‘s life and references fit in the triangle formed by Madrid, where she was born; London, where she lived for quite a few years; and Paris, the city where she now resides. Stylist, illustrator, fashion designer and journalist (and IT Fashion contributor), through this visual diary she will try to share with you “Son… Read more »

Marc Jacobs inaugura Bookmarc en París

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Bookmarc | ABSOLUT Mode Society

Marc has already been comfortably installed in our wardrobes for a long time. He is also the man behind our wallets or sunglasses, and is responsible for our parfum. It should not come as a surprise, since he has Sofia Coppola or Dakota Fanning as his muses. But one of the few places where Marc… Read more »

Petite Veste Noir

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The “Petite Veste Noir” that Coco Chanel exalted until it became one of the most iconic pieces of the twentieth century, receives a particular tribute in a traveling exhibition that began in Tokyo, later travelled to New York, Hong Kong, London and has now arrived in Paris. The Grand Palais Paris will showcase the photographs… Read more »