Paris this season was wonderful.
I like Akris for some of the last pieces of their show. Mesmerizing.
Ann Demeulemeester seems to be doing fine after the founder having said goodbye. I like some of these in the collection but I couldn't help but think these are similar to all the previous collections.
The most fascinating show was Dior. I am a big fan of Galliano, but I'm starting to root for Raf Simons. At first I doubted him, now I'm completely satisfied. No more majestic dresses, countless layers,... but Raf added his minimalism soul to Dior, and created a willowy new Dior, while still sticking to the original Christian Dior roots.
I always see Japan in Dries Van Noten's collections. I don't know, but that's why I love his shows so much.
Thank God the dresses at Elie Saab are heading to another direction. I'm so sick and tired of laces and laces and glitter and laces all over the dresses in the past 3 years.
Giambattista Valli never fails to create beautiful flowering enthralled dresses. This time they bring us a rose garden.
It might look like it isn't going to fit for everyday-wear but I am in love with Léonard: the colors and textures and fabrics are just in, the models look like they're flying in the runway.
The clothes at Miu Miu sure will continuing the transparent trend.
Vionnet is proof that a collection's success is regardless of how famous the models walked in it (I'm sorry Wang but it's true ▼o・ェ・o▼).
She still comes out as a new designer but I love love love this Yang Li's show. The black dresses are specially exceptional (´∀｀)♥.