Milan is always the fashion week that is meant for the glamourous. Dolce and Gabbana delivered beautiful white sundresses, with their usual stripes of black and leopard-print thrown in, because after all, it wouldn't be D&G without a dash of leopard print. Marni showed a new and interesting trend of wet look, rubber looking garments, and Missoni wowed me yet again with their gorgeousssss knits. I love Milan!!
Saturday, 2 October 2010
I have always loved the designer Vivienne Westwood. She is inspiring to many up and coming designers, especially those who do not necessarily come from privileged backgrounds. Her shows at London Fashion Week, for Red Label and Paris Fashion Week for her Ready-to-Wear label were fantastic as usual. She is a great role model and her looks show that even in her old age, Viv still rocks it.
Red Label Images from Vogue.co.uk
Paris Fashion Week still has a few more days to go, but from seeing what Christian Dior and Balmain had to offer yesterday, I felt the need to blog about the looks. It seems as thought we will be seeing a lot more colour and fun next summer, with Americana making a comeback in Balmain, and Dior showing bright, fun looks, proving that the femininity that came out this A/W season is definitely remaining next Summer, but with a lot more fun to play with.
Balmain Images from Vogue.co.uk
Dior images from Vogue.co.uk