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Four Purses that Definitely Worth Investing In

April 16, 2018

As property prices soar and fewer young people than ever are able to invest in their first property, thoughts turn to what we should be spending our money on. So, until the housing market takes a dip, we’ve decided to listen to the Vogue experts,  who famously want  to have her investments “hanging in the closet”. Or more specifically, sitting on the bag shelf. Some designer handbags depreciate faster than a new car, but others hold – or even increase – their value. See the here:

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Chanel, Autumn- Winter 2018 – Ready to Wear

March 9, 2018

 

Probably the most anticipated fashion show of Paris Fashion Week took place last Tuesday morning ,  in its home place , Grand Palais, the fabulous spot , in which Karl Lagerfeld has shared amazing  fashion moments during the previous years.

At Chanel’s AW18 show the models walked the leaf-strewn runway at Grand Palais alongside nine old trees. Largerfeld explained, “You know, I’ve always loved autumn. This is a kind of Indian summer with all the leaves. It’s a beautiful mood. Autumn was always my favourite season.”

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Saint Laurent , Autumn-Winter 2018 – via Paris Fashion Week

March 1, 2018

 

 

“Fashion fades, style is eternal.”

Yves Saint Laurent

 

“I wanted something simple but playing with lights instead of the city.” The Saint Laurent designer ,  Anthony Vaccarello was referring to his stripped-down indoor set. Indoor, because it’s snowing in Paris, and stripped-down, because nothing could compete with the Eiffel Tower backdrop he commandeered last season.

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Valentino Spring-Summer 2018 via Paris Fashion Week

October 1, 2017

Pierpaolo Piccioli, the Valentino Designer, was inspired by the Moon in this futuristic collection. Because of the fact that his oldest daughter is studying Italian literature at university, he was re-introduced by her to The Frenzy of Orlando, the Renaissance epic poem by Ludovico Ariosto. Written as early as 1516,  it marked the first time the moon was referenced as a physical place.

“I was very impressed by the part when Orlando loses his mind for love, and his best friend has to go to the moon to recover his sanity,” Piccioli said in a preview on Place Vendôme on Friday afternoon. “It’s important, because the moon is the place where you can find what is lost in the heart. I like this idea of the moon as a second opportunity.”

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