Friday, March 7, 2014

Fashion Week Favorites : London, Milan and Paris

Burberry Prorsum shows us a new way to wear large scarves
 I love fashion, but I didn't find much to love from this seasons collections. There were individual looks from a few designers that I would like to add to my closet, but most of the collections as a whole didn't really stand out to me. Not that I could ever afford designer clothing anyways, but if I could, these are some of the pieces I would want for next fall.

Peter Pilotto, I liked the almost art deco lines in this collection and the digital prints, because I am obsessed with digital prints always
I liked a lot about Dolce & Gabbana's collection, I usually do, but many of the silhouettes weren't that great for someone like me. The details and surface decorations were really pretty though!
Probably the only show I can say I seriously loved from start to finish was Roberto Cavalli, 1920s rock glam, yes, just yes all the way through
And then there was Valentino, which is usually beautiful, and this season was no exception, I especially loved the dark blue wool and bird applique look and the diaphanous embroidered dresses. The color palate of the collection was really great and I likes the butterflies too!
details from Valentino
So those were my favorites from fashion week this season. I have been sewing my own clothes for a new updated wardrobe some more this week. I finished a brocade 50's wiggle dress and a 1920s velvet dress this week that I can't wait to show you!

2 comments:

  1. Goodness, these are breathtaking!!! The buterfly cape in particular is making me knees turn to JELL-O!

    ♥ Jessica

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    1. Valentino's designers have been doing really ethereal beautiful collections lately, very inspiring! I wish I could dress that that everyday!

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