The Asymmetrical Silk-Satin Wrap Gown from Lanvin and sold at Net-a-Porter is the stuff of Hollywood goddess legend. It is beautiful. Simply to die for. Literally. You could sell one of my kidneys or lungs just to get the $4890 to buy the dress. I am totally lusting after this dress. Photo from Lyst.
Thanks goes out to Mikelle from Gallivanting Boy for taking this awesome accidental action shot of me at the Bridal Show on Saturday. Check out the Lanvin ad below from Nitrolicious.
So I guess we can pretty much say that the House of Dior will survive without its genius John Galliano, while Lanvin continues to awe the critics. Looking at the Dior show yesterday, I think we can pretty much say that while the show wasn’t perfect, it was still a pretty fantastic show with elements… Continue reading The House of Dior Will Survive Without Galliano, While Lanvin Awes
This is the final Resort 2011 review. Alber Elbaz really knows what to do with color, shape, and draping. He is another designer that somehow knows what women want. If I had the funds, I would buy every piece from the resort collection. It was just that amazing to me. The draping reminded me of… Continue reading Resort 2011-Lanvin
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Karl Lagerfeld’s show was full of black, with few colors thrown in. Surprise Surprise! The main color were black ad white, with some silver and apricot thrown in. I was surprised that the bulk of his show had shorts, shorts, shorts, and even shorter mini dresses. There were flat shorts and pleated shorts and shorts… Continue reading Paris Spring Fashion Week Post 3