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Paris Fashion Week: Acne Studios

Acne Studios delivered a stunning fashion show via film. Much like many other fashion shows this year doing a film was the most popular option to showcase the fashion house’s garments. Acne Studio’s inspiration was derived from the isolation that the pandemic has ensued upon many of us. The fashion house wanted a film that …

Paris Fashion Week: Chloé FW21

One of the most coveted and sought after shows of Paris Fashion Week was Chloé. The popular high fashion brand showcased its first collection with appointed designer Gabriela Hearst. The line is commonly known for their stunning bags and beautiful color palettes. The designer brought her sense of bohemia to the collection by using earth-tones …

Paris Fashion Week: Ottolinger FW21

Ottolinger has been the line to watch. They are so creative and unique – they could never be duplicated and it shows in their shows – they are so different. Their shows have a curtain Je ne sais quoi about them that no other runway show has. This year their show took place in a …

Paris Fashion Week: The Situationist FW21

The Situationist’s fashion show took place in a not so common environment. The stunning landscape was filled with mountains, snow and different houses. Irakli Rusadze, the creative director for the fashion house, was inspired by his post-Soviet hometown of Georgia. Rusadze’s experiences in the city has provided for very sentimental moments in his line. There …

Paris Fashion Week: Mame Kurogouchi FW21

When I first watched this show for Paris Fashion Week I immediately thought of a house of mirrors. I felt that the designer wanted to create an optical illusion by displaying models walking in-between multiple mirrors. However, the designer did succeed – until the last moment I was not able to understand how many models …

Paris Fashion Week: Wataru Tominaga FW21

Wataru tominaga premiered their fashion line via film on the first day of Paris Fashion Week. The fashion house was praised for their daring attempt of pairing vibrant hues together. The film seemed super cheeky and upbeat! Each garment was inundated with stunning colors and unique structures. The knitwear and oversized fit of this collection …

New York Fashion Week: OqLiq FW21

OqLiq has been one of the brands that has had the most individual fashion shows and this season was no exception! Due to the pandemic many fashion labels decided to shoot fashion films and OqLiq’s was definitely impressive. The film displayed their unique line of their outerwear that they are most known for. The film …

New York Fashion Week: Jonathan Simkhai FW21

Compromised of cutouts and peek-a-boo cuts, the Jonathan Simikhai collection used sexy detailing to capture the attention of their audience during their fashion film for this season’s New York Fashion Week. The designer used knits against soft colors to show the contrast of both elements. The subtle hues of the clothing were perfect for the …

New York Fashion Week: Bibhu Mohapatra FW21

In the pandemic Bibhu Mohapatra was up for the challenge of creating a new collection during these trying times. He thought back to the first collection that he conceived in the 2008 recession – the dream of a fashion line was fuel enough to create. COVID-19 has definitely depleted many of us of creativity, however, …

New York Fashion Week: Bradgley Mischka FW21

Badgley Mischka showcased his runway film on February 16th. The collection was in a dim room, with a diverse set of models. The show itself and the garments reminded me of the roaring 20’s. With floor sweeping hem lines, the dresses were exceptionally classic. Overall, the show was breathtakingly beautiful! Please follow and like us: