Mon Paris À Moi

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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 to and what she will do today.

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II: Roger Vivier

Roger Vivier knows that her designs are a real carousel. Instead of riding the merry-go-round on a horse or in a car, as we used to do when we were little, this woman rides a good pair of stilettos, or protects herself with sunglasses. This vision is present in the invitation for Roger Vivier’s latest presentation in the Maison de l’Amerique latine.

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III: Dior

Is there anything more special than a perfectly-cut garment? Yes, there is: a perfectly-cut garment reflected on a mirror. The Dior halls in number 30 avenue Montaigne, an address that recalls many historic moments, host all these reflections. Pieces that look towards the future but, at the same time, convey two of the most innovative artistic movements of the 20th century: Surrealism and Andy Warhol’s pop-art.

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IV: Charlotte Olympia

In Charlotte Olympia’s collections there is always room for stories and games. In fact, this time the title of the collection is “Once upon a time…” the sentence that marks the beginning of every single fairytale. This image is a proof: a pair of stilettos with the Big Bad Wolf of Little Red Riding Hood as inspiration…

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V: Paule Ka

Inspiration moodboards for collections tend to be, if you’ll forget the repetition, inspiring. The colours, the shapes and the references are fascinating, trying to identify where these can be seen in the garments. Here we can see a fragment of a moodboard that shows how Paule Ka imagines the next winter.

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VI: Chanel

Chanel makes the world go round. And this was literally, since during the show the models walked around a majestic globe in the middle of the Grand Palais. In fact, there is no doubt that Chanel always defines, with every collection, the parallels and the meridians of what fashion and luxury are.

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