Luxury at the PFW: Chanel, Valentino and Alexander McQueen

The penultimate day of parades in Paris it comes loaded with great designers and brands. The veteran at times does not mean success, much less. The proposals put forward in the beautiful Paris do not leave indifferent to almost anyone, either for good or for evil. The the fashion circus It has peaked in Paris, and circus I mean that it were mounted outside the parades. Street fashion looks that it replaces the fashion runways. And natural, it would be the coexistence between the two. Leaving aside the street style, today in Paris live the luxury of fashion.

Jean-Charles De Castelbajac

The collection of Castelbajac comes full of pictures of different shapes and sizes. The tartan is the absolute protagonist in almost all of the clothes. Roses, geometric patterns and strings in dot, expensive extra large animals and some other futuristic print dress collection. A few designs that have no added almost nothing but there are.


The Chanel fashion shows It is always the most anticipated. Their spring-summer collections have certain pass, but winter, lately, seem to be quite boring. Karl Lagerfeld presented a collection where the color black and blue klein are preferred, although there are some Flash of dark blue, pink, and red. Cloth, tweed, patent leather, some other Pearl, transparencies… The silhouettes, the typical Chanel. Nothing new on the horizon.


Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri are doing very well. In his new collection to insist in its romantic aspect but more modernized and succeed fully. Dresses scalloped or dresses printed in blue and white, that remind me of the old dishes, speckled hair necks worthy of a King and his classic riddled with bright flower dresses.

Alexander McQueen

Sarah Burton He has created a collection inspired by the different periods of the history of England. A historical review where mixes past, present, and future. Raised collars, metallic meshes, worked volumes and stunning detail to dress the Queens of our century. God save queen!!