Set in a grungy city car park, Lacroix seemed to create a miniature couture show – everything toned down while maintaining that Lacroix look.
Mmm, luxe and classic.
GIVENCHY, as per usual, shower uber-trendy, chic looks… wearable?…
…not so much.
Absolutely adore this one.
Cato Van Ee. Such a cool name.
Hehe, that looks like our band plumes…
Gorgeous gowns at the end there. So a few wearable pieces thrown in (for the fashion brave!)
Last, but most certainly not least, LAGERFELD. While others were content to thrive on the past, Lagerfeld focused entirely on the future (save for one straight jacket).
Anna Jagodzinska. (Really, there’s not much to say – these all speak strongly for themselves)
Hehehe (girlish twitter) this is so cool!
Sigrid Agren. Ears! And great makeup too. (Big surprise, right?)
Karmen Pedaru. Gloves! (I seriously need to make some customised sheer gloves soon…)
Freja Beha Erichsen.
Ah, so… Karl. While maybe not the most practical clothes, it’s still pretty.
Look du jour:
From JAK&JIL: Lily Donaldson, Emmannuelle Alt, and Anja Rubik are susceptible to the rain just like every other fashionista in Paris; the rain has become the bane of every well-heeled (ha!) fashion women – err, people (who knows?) – who’ve flocked there for the shows.
Brand new Alexander Wang F09 boots! (JAK&JIL)
While we’re on the subject of shoes, have you seen these?
[Fashionista.com] Martin Margiela split-toe shoes (hoof-boots, perhaps?) at $775 a pop. Yeah.