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Loved this burst of yellow and white at the Kenzo show in Paris, plus the amazing architectural details on her sweater.
It’s true: you can actually expose your skin to the air this week without fear of frostbite. Who knew this day would ever come?! A top with a few strategic cut outs is a good way to ease into the idea of warm weather after a grueling winter.
Getting ready for the glamour tonight at the Met Ball. At the Issey Miyake show in Paris, Sylvia Haghjoo of the fashion blog Hug You injected a bit of glamour into a daytime look with a dress adorned with feathers under a mustard-colored suede coat. Louis Vuitton bag.
Tropical prints like this Tracy Reese skirt on Mexican actress Adriana Abascal are a refreshing pop of color to usher in the warm weather. I also like how she mixed it with multicolored Jimmy Choo shoes, a blue clutch and blue sunglasses without looking too matchy-matchy.
With spring fully upon us, I am definitely feeling the need for some culottes. Skinny jeans were nowhere to be found outside the shows this season, and as hard as it is to pry oneself away from a trusty standard, it’s time to start wrapping one’s mind around a different silhouette like this one.
I love how top model Saskia de Brauw combines different layers with such panache. She exited the Mugler show in Paris wearing an oversize gray coat, skinny scarf tied at the neck, oxford and a shirt dress. And yes, that is a bike helmet in her hand. After walking the runway, she just biked home like a regular Parisian!
Two maximalist looks, complete with furs (one in pink), beautiful beading, suede and fringe on Erica Pelosini and a friend at the Elie Saab show in Paris.
A great combination of a bomber jacket in army green and Coca Cola sweatshirt with a feminine white skirt and pom pom heels outside the Kenzo show in Paris.
A cute spring look on Leandra Medine aka the Man Repeller at the Mugler show in Paris. She always has the best jeans!
Two big trends we saw at Coachella: hip bags a.k.a. fanny packs – logical because they’re a hands-free way to carry your stuff while you’re at a concert – but also ruffles, which was more surprising to me. Big feminine ruffles were everywhere on tops and dresses, perhaps stemming from the prairie chic on the runways for spring 2015.
Looking at photos of festival fashion, I keep coming back to the spring Chloe collection and its pretty prairie chic, which is spot-on for spring 2015. Anya Ziourova wore a ruffled, floral and polka dot print Chloe maxi dress to the show in Paris.