Ghesquire continues to dress the IT GIRLS - showcasing clothes that cleverly combine savvy, rock & roll vibes with retro modernity. I definitely saw a lot of pieces fashion girls such as Chiara Ferragni (who was visibly snapping away in the front row) definitely pulling it off - while the rest of us pine away.
Karl Lagerfeld definitely knows how to make a production. The clothes arguably were classic Chanel silhouettes yet given the Lagerfeld creative twist. Crafted pieces that evoked style yet wearable enough to transcend the bounds of time. Perfection!
Chiuri and Piccioli have cast a spell which has made the fashion world fall in love with the historic house. They have stayed true to it's founding father's vision of romance and emphasis on the woman whilst bringing it forward to accommodate the modern, brave girl that she is today. This collection is no different. In spite the unnecessary hype that is Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson reprising their Zoolander roles in what was deemed catwalk-off of the season; the collection in itself screamed volumes with pieces I'm sure fashion stalwarts such as Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad fame will favour.
Seems like some of the Parisian fashion powerhouses are stepping up their games by establishing their respective identities even further. Growth of recent Parisian fashion houses - Saint Laurent Parisand Céline - are now showcased by news of grandeur locations and soon to be historic homes.
That was what was positive. That was what was big news.
The hype is alive and well of late. But of course no worthy cause - even one as altruistic as eliminating the erstwhile divisive lines of gender - will have a barrier free ride. Look at feminism. It in itself still has serious inroads to trek through.