September 14, 2013

runway inspi fall twentythirteen rtw

Dear everyone who reads this,

It is here where I rediscovered my love for fashion. It has never vanished though, but it had been weak for a while. It are the pictures in magazines aka bibles aka magic books that enchanted me, and dragged me back into the world of aesthetics where I belong. 
Who ever understand where I'm talking about - how magazines, good magazines, which unite beauty, can take you into another dimension - will agree with me how mainstream some runway shows of the generally found best designers are! It is like looking for a needle in a haystack (this is an expression in my language) when you are looking for some beautiful, original, pieces and outfits, that actually stand out! Luckily there are some genius peers in the fashion world who know where I'm talking about. Nothing boring. Gawd I hate boringness! I cried when I saw the Dolce & Gabbana show. This. Is. Perfection. Magnifique!


The silver is for Valentino. Wow. This is soberness in a better way! 



Moschino did a great job as well! A very unexpected mix, but it turned out so good.


Meadham Kirchhoff: this might be one of those brands that you will love, or hate, there is no in between - I don't really believe in that because I don't believe that someone can like everything, every show of one designer or brand. I don't even ever love one whole show! (except for the Dolce & Gabbana, the fall rtw nr1 for me). Meadham Kirchhoff is for me a brand that I can't love unconditionally, but there are always a few things I love in their show. One thing is for sure: Meadham Kirchhoff is always far from mainstream!


Then there are a few other pieces from a few different shows I like. The first two pictures are Givenchy's. I love these combinations. The second two are from Marc by Marc Jacobs. The bags, the hair, and than the simple but outstanding outfits. I really regret that it remained at only two pieces! The last one in this row is Gareth Pugh's. The show is pretty interesting. I can understand the atmosphere they tried to create. I like that, but the pieces where like too many of the same stuff. 


Four more pictures: the first two are A.P.C.'s. I love the barret and the coats (I'm still into fake-fur coats!). Definitely beautiful pieces. It is just missing something that I cannot tell. The third one is A.W.A.K.E. by Natalia Alaverdian's. This is inspiring. It's art. I like it. The last one is just very pretty. Barbara Casasola knows what she's doing.


That's all I wanted to share with you!
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6 comments:

  1. hey I tagged you in the Liebster awards, would love if you checked it out :)

    http://redlipsandmakeup.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/liebster-awards.html

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  2. Nice! I love your blog.

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  3. Wauw, mooie shows! En 'a needle in a haystack', haha :)

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  4. Die Oosterse invloed bij de D&G show is al gaaf maar de collectie van Valentino vind ik echt geweldig!

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  5. Prachtige shows! Kun je niet een keer een lifestyle post maken vanuit the USA? We're curious! xxx,

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