Tag Archives: jumpsuits
I am loving the chic take on utilitarian, garage-style jumpsuits on the streets now. Anya Ziourova wore a blue one by Rosie Assoulin to the Chanel couture show in Paris.
A beautiful look in vivid blues and greens on Turkish Vogue’s Konca Aykan at the Atelier Versace show.
Jumpsuits have been around for a couple seasons now, but they haven’t lost any of their utilitarian appeal. Gilda Ambrosio wore a black zippered one to the Ann Demeulemester show in Paris with deconstructed skater sneakers.
I love the utilitarian nature of jumpsuits, and this model off duty outside the Haider Ackermann show styled hers particularly well, belting it and pairing it with colorful scarves.
Always on the forefront of new designers and trends, Vogue Australia editor Christine Centenera wore a pale wash denim jumpsuit printed with the word “white” by Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh to the Chloe show in Paris. We saw a lot of this designer’s sportswear on fashion week attendees – particularly the menswear.
Model Lily Kwong looked amazing in a micro polkadot print jumpsuit and camel coat at the Diane von Furstenberg show on Sunday.
Miroslava Duma arrived at the Marni show yesterday in a beautiful belted hunter green jumpsuit by Calvin Klein, styling it with a matching scarf around her neck. Detail shot of her Hermes bag, after the jump.
One of the biggest developments of the FW2013 fashion week season: Anya Ziourova is pregnant! Somehow she really started showing between NY and Milan fashion weeks. At Bottega Veneta, she looked positively glamorous with her baby bump in a khaki jumpsuit, leopard print fur, mirrored sunglasses and yellow and acid green print stilettos.
Miroslava Mikheeva Duma wore a jumpsuit printed with dogs and a beautiful statement necklace to yesterday’s Jason Wu show.
Valentino’s clothes are not for wallflowers. But if you’re willing to be the center of attention, then wow. Caroline Seiber was the proverbial lady in red at Tuesday’s Valentino show, turning all heads in a red jumpsuit as she strode into the Tuileries. (more…)
Despite all the concern that there will never be another Halston, we may not have to worry. His aesthetic has been absorbed into the fashion zeitgeist so thoroughly that there are references everywhere, as with this ’70s chic brown jumpsuit on a guest outside the Theyskens’ Theory show.