How strange it is to be obsessed with something that much so you can think about it almost every single day and yet I am. It’s been my dream to go to Paris since …..well, since I remember myself. Walking down those narrow Parisian streets, drinking coffee in a small coffee shop somewhere near Eifel tower, discovering hidden vintage stores, smelling fresh baguettes and croissants in the morning…..I even have dreams about Paris. I’ve imagined for probably hundreds of times how I will get out of the airport and head to one of the boutique hotels..imagined….imagined…imagined…. And I even was dreaming about outfits I would love to wear in Paris (love Polyvore for giving the opportunity to visualise them). The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about Paris is Chanel….those elegant T-strap heels, classic Chanel purse and plus effortlessly chic, romantic, extremely feminine dress (like that one from Balenciaga) would make a perfect outfit for me!!!!
We are lucky to have a chance to visit an amazing exhibition “Little black jacket” by Karl Lagerfeld. After Beijing, now it’s Shanghai’s honor to welcome it. Styled by Carine Roitfeld and photographed by Karl Lagerfeld, this is a must-see event if you are in Shanghai till 7th of July. Chanel’s little black jacket truly became an iconic item and it is interesting to watch like this piece is tranferred from one picture to another. Go to NIB Building, Rock Bund 14 Huqiu lu/Beijing Xi Lu.
Indescribable pleasure of watching haute couture shows. Oh My God, I can actually spend hours and hours looking at the photos and examining details. Paris Haute Couture Week S/S 2013 which was before NFW. I can’t even find the words to describe everything! It is perfection!
Now I can’t wait to see celebrities wearing these masterpieces:)
Giorgio Armani Prive
Photos from vk.com/fashionhautecouture
I’m officially confused…This is Chanel!!! CHANEL!!! I was waiting to examine and spend hours over pics of this collection for a long time. And now I even don’t know what to think…To me it seemed like a
trashy mix of Middle Ages with Japanese street style and Korean fashion. Of course, who am I to judge THE KARL…but this???????? I realize that I don’t see fashion as art:( I know it’s bad… So, what do you think?