Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2010: Day 6

One thing's for certain, there was definitely no lack of colour in Paris FW SS'10...colours, bold vibrant & beautiful colours everywhere... These were my favourites for day 6:

all pics from style.com

Stella McCartney

Despite the gorgeous vibrant colours & prints, my favourite pieces were the simpler ones...especially the strapless jumpsuit, and nude dress worn with the shiny blazer...but most of all Stella McCartney never fails in bringing out a shoe (or shoes) each season that has my 'must-have' for the season, and this Spring/Summer collection was no exception: LOVE the simple sandal stiletto with a touch of Birkenstock!!! I am having trouble deciding which version I like best, but the slim straps with the toe ring is winning so far...












Giambattista Valli

Oh, how I love Giambattista Valli! And in this collection in particular, the beautiful orangey red shades and gorgeous textures and detailing/embellishments...STUNNING!











Vanessa Bruno

I have been a Vanessa Bruno fan for as long as I can remember, her pieces are always timeless, simple, feminine, yet strong...I absolutely adored this collection, the neckpieces, beautiful textures & fluidity...








Yves Saint Laurent


And of course, Stefano Pilati...need I say more?






17 comments:

  1. Stella McCartney was drop dead fab as usual.

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  2. ive come to notice that stefano's ysl is so dark. a lot of greys and blacks always. of course there are whites and some colors, but mostly when i think ysl i think grey and black. his 1st collection was so colorful and vibrant.

    stella looks so youthful & fun! but i dont think those oversized ruffles will work on many people in real life.

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  3. Yet, it's the black and white Giambattista Valli dresses in the second row that move me the most . . . (hmm . . . wonder why?)

    But I can definitely appreciate the colors.

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  4. Me quedo con Stefano, es un genio! Aunque Giambattista no se queda atras!

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  5. I really loved the SM collection- adore that first look, the jumpsuit!

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  6. I was really impressed with Stella! That surprised me, as I don't consider myself a huge huge fan. YSL = love.

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  7. that white vest from stefano pilati looks almost as though it were drawn on; and what are those--shorts?
    that's got to be my favorite look of the bunch; very architectural.

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  8. Hello Brigadeiro.

    Stella always know how to impress with pieces you can wear everyday although I have to say ...here and there are sometimes too much ruffles for me.
    Giambattista Valli.... I LLOOVE LOOOOVE love these feather embellished dresses! AWESOME!!!

    Lots of hugs to you!

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  9. I adored all the collections that you picked, especially Stella! I just watched the video yesterday and I love all the dresses! I adore that red dress and all the exuberant ruffles! xxooxoxxoox

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  10. I totally agree with you on Stella ~ that silk jumpsuit was the best piece!
    Fabulous post, darling!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  11. I really loved the optimistic attitude at Stella McCartney. And the YSL collection is beautiful, as always.

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  12. Oh my, oh my, I just died. Those ruffles are DIVINE!!!!!!

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  13. I like the G. Valli white floral pencil skirt. Some of Vanessa B's tops caught my eye as well- gorgeous! : )
    xx

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  14. Stella is brilliant. Love the voluminous ruffles, but also the crisp pleats.

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  15. stella was absolutely incredible and I love the details at Valli - a great collection of collections! xx brooke

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  16. OMG! Those McQueen shoes...I wonder how the heck the models were able to walk. They are pieces of art though! And than the exact opposite with Stella's "birk" style sandles:0
    Love! Love! Vanessa Bruno & YSL's collection.

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  17. I love Giambattista Valli, feather and frous-frous dresses !!!

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