Day 3 Summary of the Paris Fashion Week (Part I)

Roland Mouret

The third day of the Paris fashion week It has been loaded with well-known names. Christian Dior and Isabel Marant, must add other names: in this look at a Haider Ackermann, Roland Mouret, Vanessa Bruno, Yohji Yamamoto and Issey Miyake.

Roland Mouret

Roland Mouret

Roland Mouret commitment to the very geometric designs, the combination of colours in both tissues. The French creator plays with one and other and get that visually the styling is a work art avant-garde. Combinations in black & white, red, blue and gold are the tones dominates. There are also holes for the asymmetries, views on female dresses long or cut extremely straight in garments of male style.

Issey Miyake

Japanese fashion designer, specialist in masterfully combine design and technology, has shown a collection for the next Autumn/winter 2013 very colourful and very male in the parts above. The abstract and geometric prints have been the most oft-repeated in sweaters and shirts, always combined with leather trousers or long skirts with inside pants. Without a doubt, one of the riskiest samples and less wearable.

Vanessa Bruno

In the collection of Vanessa Bruno We see two clearly distinct styles: or very feminine or very masculine. The first see this in dresses of black and white charleston style, a combination which committed virtually all designers. Touches of sequins and bright necklines, commonplace in the Parisian creator, are the most sensual and sophisticated, certainly with a sixties touch.

The male inspiration clearly seen in pants and shirts jacket suits. In my opinion too male.

Haider Ackermann

Haider Ackermann

Haider is of the few firms that has opted for the brown color, a shade that has been retired from the runway a couple of seasons. Will you be the start? Along with Brown, black and grey are the chosen colors to wear male costumes and looks worn by military court. The wrap in all versions It is the star. also makes mention to the leather beautiful jackets and pants.

Yohji Yamamamoto

Yohji Yamamoto

Speechless in horror. I identify me anything with the style of the Japanese designer, but his style is so: antifemenino, sportswear and always with a star color: the Black, on this occasion, with blank clothing.