Paris Fashion Week. Part I
PARIS. AUTUMN-WINTER 2010-2011
Parisian women are impossibly chic. Their sophistication is innate. Their feminine-masculine style is relaxed and flirtatious. How is such flair possible? Carine Roitfeld of Vogue Paris explains:
"The French live in fashion and we have our own idea of what it should be".
Argentinean Vanessa Seward has been designing for Azzaro in Paris for years, seemingly for her uber-fashionable-french-friends and stylish people-in-the-know. As of lately, though, she has entered the 'celebrity' realm as well. Her style influence? Her mother. Well, women in Argentina do have parisian attitude. Photo details below.
This look is so classic and feminine. I love the shoe effect. Delicate, compared to the huge platforms and boots shown in other collections.
The distinguished Vanessa Seward, happy and pregnant.
The house of cool goes baroque.
the BLAZER of the moment.
optional office look
Christophe Decarnin salutes his fans.
I must say some the BEST ENSAMBLES were seen at Balmain's front row:
Gaia Repossi, uber cool in a loose fitting sequin t-shirt and slacks, and gorgeous Julia Restoin-Roitfeld, daughter of Vogue Paris's Carine Roitfeld.
Giovanna Battaglia, in military trend (+leopard boots), and Garance Dore, sporting
the nautical trend = striped t-shirt and the double-breasted blazer of the season.
Carine Roitfeld, editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris. Left, Emmanuelle Alt, wearing the Balmain blazer.