What already stands the test of time and what is up for the challenge?
Above Photo: Gucci Resort 2017
I stopped being a fan of Fall when I grew out of tossing copper coloured leaves above my head. I can’t understand how anyone would like a season in which students go back to school and the days get shorter. As a person who thrives in bright sunlight, I do not enjoy darkness at 5:00. What I do enjoy is Fall Fashions, because what better to remedy my slight case of seasonal affective disorder than shopping or gorging my eyes on elegant Autumn coats?
Here’s a runway look from Max Mara’s Fall 2017 Ready to Wear collection. All this full lacquered red with a red fur bag look could only be topped off with is a shiny red lip.
Giving your outfit a dose of red will only improve it, but drenching yourself in the classic colour will make you about as noticeable as a rose sprouting up from a snowbank.
Femininity is the vibe I’m getting from trends this fall. No longer are clunky boots and harsh lines! Bring on the new wave of elegant silhouettes and airy colours!
From 0-Anna Wintour showing up to The Devil Wears Prada movie premier in Prada, how awesome are you?
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It’s finally acceptable and even stylish to wear your pyjamas in public but you’ll only get away with it if they’re not the ones you actually sleep in. Try silk, satin, or sequinned like Zendaya’s.
Here’s an image from Prabal Gurung’s Fall 2011 Ready to Wear Collection. 6 years later and coloured fur is even more trendy! Why would people not be attracted to the fun shades and soft textures of the “fur on everything” movement?
Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel was born on this day in 1883 in Saumur, France. She died on January 10th, 1971. That’s 45 years ago and Chanel’s designs are still popular and likely will be for a long time. After all, I don’t think many women will revert back to corsets or give up the little black dress.
The first thing I thought when I saw Viktor & Rolf’s Fall 2017 Couture collection was: how cool to have the models walk down the runway with huge, round, felt heads! The second thing I thought was: how did the designers announce this decision to the models? Like “Listen up, we’re going to have you walk the catwalk with your four inch stilettos, but wait, it gets harder than that, you’re going to be wearing a huge, heavy, doll head. Don’t worry! You can see through it’s lips!”??