Friday, 9 March 2012


Last but defiantly not least, Paris 2012/13. A tailored sleek paradise of fine fabrics. Orange and yellow seem to have come out on top colour wise. Waist belts are here there and every where. Pattern still features but in a more refrained matter as they seem to be happy sticking to just the one.

This boxy jacket by Veronique Leroy is rather bonny, the bobbly orange pattern against the blue dance together ever so well.

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac eagle wings span the breath of this wonderful cape. 

The Kiora bird and the eagle poke there heads out on shoulders. African inspired prints in orangery red, blue and yellow smatter dresses, skirts and tops to make a wonderful collection.

Miu-Miu fell head over heels for the trouser suit this season. In all different colours and head to toe vintage pattern.

Louis Vuitton Made use of the print harking back to yester-years and created a glamorous look with a bell boy in toe. The hats remind me of those used in Marc Jacobs New York show this season.

Waist belts are everywhere, mainly on the thicker side. Here is Haider Ackermann taken on it. Very futuristic with a sculptured leather skirt.

Burnt orange was his favourite colour this season I think, glowing.

Alexander Mc Queen wowed everyone as models donning visors and metal waist belts made their way down the catwalk in chiffon frilled master pieces. So delicate, very sea creature like.

 Frills and pleats at John Galliano made an impact on me.

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