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One of the biggest changes in fashion in recent years is increased volume. It’s everywhere: in tops, trousers and skirts. Outside the Louis Vuitton show, Vogue Australia editor Christine Centenera balanced an oversized blue top with a black pencil skirt and powder blue suede boots.
“Il pleut il mouille c’est la fête à la grenouille”: Vogue’s Virginia Smith wore a fantastic trench from the Gap that was part of their collaboration with Parisian store Merci in 2009.
Look for more graphic prints like this one seen at the Maison Margiela SS2015 show on Vogue’s Virginia Smith. John Galliano debuted as Maison Margiela’s new head designer with a couture collection today that has received very positive reviews.
Vogue Australia’s Christine Centenera wore a Christopher Kane cut-out top and a slitted skirt that fell to mid-calf level to the Bottega Veneta show in Milan. This was the new hem length on many an editor at the spring/summer shows.
Vogue Australia’s Christine Centenera wore a gorgeous red and black corseted outfit to the Schiaparelli show in Paris. See it from the back, after the jump. (more…)
Here’s another great summer work outfit: nautical pants and striped red top on Vogue’s Virginia Smith.
Vogue Brazil‘s Christina Pitanguy is quite the glamazon presence on the fashion week scene. At the Tory Burch show in New York, she wore a fur-trimmed black leather jacket with a textured leather black mini and lace-up black boots. Sexy and chic.
Vogue Australia’s Christine Centenera expertly layered a menswear-inspired blue shirt under a sweater and over a super feminine long black skirt and stiletto sandals at the Miu Miu show in Paris.
I love Emmanuelle Alt’s style because it’s simple, elegant and timeless. She doesn’t really go in for trends, relying instead on a daily uniform of chic basics. Just an all black outfit with a belt tied just so: this is something we can all attempt. Also note from a beauty standpoint that French women keep it real, eschewing blowouts, Botox and lots of makeup for a natural look that’s undeniably sexy.
A little menswear for you: Vogue columnist Hamish Bowles’s choice of a plaid suit in summer 2013 seems prescient now that plaid is everywhere on the streets for men and women. Also love how his socks match his shirt.
One of my favorite fashion writers ever, Lynn Yaeger, stopped for a moment outside the Comme des Garçons show in Paris for a photo. Her pretty and feminine outfit is quietly subversive – that’s a skull and crossbones motif woven into the Fair Isle collar. You can take the girl out of New York….
Vogue Australia‘s Christine Centenera looked amazing in a Peter Pilotto graphic print dress at yesterday’s Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan. The London-based Pilotto has quickly become a favorite of the fashion set.
Beautiful spring colors – cream and pistachio green – on Turkish Vogue’s Ece Sukan at the Ralph Lauren show.