Tag Archives: capes
This lady with pink hair was by far one of the most stylish people to walk out of the Valentino show this fall – much more well dressed and fabulous than many of the young models. So yes, as the New York Times said this weekend, don’t dress your age. If you’re going to dye the gray away, why not dye your hair hot pink?
One of my favorite outfits on blogger Laura Comolli of Purses and I during Paris fashion week. These wide-legged trousers work really well with a cropped swingy jacket with black trim.
Sarah Ann Murray of The Rake magazine layered a plaid cape over a plaid jacket at the Schiaparelli couture show in Paris, to great visual effect. And also practical warmth, as mentioned in today’s New York Times Thursday Styles, where my photo of Irene Kim in layered coats illustrates the point!
Another cool detail we saw several times on Paris couture week attendees: decorative leather buckles at the neck of jackets and capes.
Swiss blogger Kristina Bazan of Kayture has really exploded on the fashion scene in a short amount of time. This was one of my favorite outfits she wore during Milan fashion week – a blue and black Tod’s cape, which she belted and paired with over-the-knee Jimmy Choo boots and a Rag & Bone hat. (Hey! I have that hat.)
Happy Halloween, the Goth-iest holiday of them all! This was an amazing look outside the Gareth Pugh show in Paris. Close up of her spiderweb cape, after the jump.
Saudi Princess Deena Abdulaziz, who is also the owner of influential Riyadh boutique D’NA, is one of the most elegantly dressed women on the fashion scene today. She was recently profiled on Vogue.com on her way to fashion week.
Chloe’s autumn/winter 2010 collection has already proved highly influential this fall with its wide-legged trousers and camel coats, so the spring/summer 2011 show was a must-see for many. The distinctive colors of Chloe’s fall line were on display on the guests in the Tuileries.
Anja Rubik in a Chloe silk jumpsuit.