Do you ever watch a runway show (online) naturally for those of us not so privileged for front row seats – and hold your breath, because you hope no one stumbles and falls – pounding hard on their stride down the catwalk? Sorry – I needed to be funny this morning since this week has been a doozy in every sense of the way. So I figure funny is in order, and aim to focus on laughing today, and do one fun project, which I’ll tell you all about later. In the meantime enjoy these wonderful couture collections from Givenchy.
Oh la la – quelle vision! I can’t stop swooning over the fashion sense. Just keep scrolling please 🙂
Normally fashion posts speak for themselves and this one surely does – in design and choice of fabric.
Just a fashion I happen to find sensual elegant. And naturally need to share on this Wednesday after surviving one of the worst storms in San Francisco yesterday – weirdest weather for this season for sure. The fact I saw birds actually flying around early this morning made me feel at ease that the day will somehow be more true to the season.
I’m back from a week of bonding and feeling a bit disoriented this morning, trying to get back into the grove, all I could think about is fashion to help ease into my work week. I really need to commit to working on novel 4 – at least I promised the book club.
Simply put- Valentino gorgeous – Fall 2018 Haute Couture
Having found these beautiful photographs of gowns fit for royalty or simple elegance, I felt I needed this morning to keep me going.
On a busy Wednesday, I took a few minutes break from all the madness to appreciate some fashion – designer Schiaparelli Haute Couture to be more specific:
I am always fascinated withthe 1950s-1960s fashion. I think the whole pencil skirt, A-line dresses, form-fitting jackets, red lipstick, perfect colored stockings and the best shoes, most of the fashion to this day appreciated and incorporated here and there. I love it when I see a period film perfectly detailing the fashion for the period (50-60s) and I think for me Mad Men was the best until just recently I discovered Velvet, a soap opera from Spain. The show is pretty cheesy, in a funny and cute sort of way, and I have grown to love all of the actors passing through, or staying on so far in Season 2 on Netflix. Also perks on brushing up on my Spanish of course. But what I love the most is the show is based on a department store in Spain competing with the likes of Dior and Chanel, introducing to us the best of fashion, haute couture anyone can wish for or imagine. I love it when a show gets it right in costumes and in Velvet’s case, set decor as …
I would like to place an order for this gown please, and I’d like to wear it at the red carpet in Cannes during the film festival. Simply amazing!!! Click here for the rest of the Chakra haute couture fashion.