Over the years, Dior has been in a devoted relationship with modern male style icons, who represent the idea behind the house’s successful male line. For Dior Homme Summer 2017 collection, rapper A$AP Rocky, actor Remi Malek, singer and ultimate style icon Boy George and model Ernest Klimko were chosen to represent the new Dior boys.
The dress/skirt shape that looks good on everyone and can be found in almost every collection in the history of Fashion. The A-line.
Although this style exists as long as people thrive on this planet, the term was first used by His Majesty Christian Dior, to describe his Spring 1955 collection.
It was the biggest trend those days! Known as “most wanted silhouette in Paris” it was widely popularized by Yves Saint Laurent, who back then was the hottest designer.
Back in the days when there were no Instagram, hashtags and followers, the fashion industry was not like it is today. The term “social media” didn’t even existed, unlike today when it’s very important for a model to have 300 000 + followers on various social networks. Models in the 90’s didn’t have to take behind-the-scenes selfies and couldn’t tag the makeup artists and hairdressers. But they were Supermodels, and that was far more important than likes, comments and shares.
Ever wonder what would happen if Daft Punk made love and had a baby with a stormtrooper?
Karl Lagerfeld answered your question in his Chanel Spring Summer 2017 collection.
50 shades of Pierpaolo Piccoli.
Valentino Garavani, an Italian with passion for fashion, founded the fashion house “Valentino” in Rome in 1960. It rose to fame in 1962 in Florance, Italy’s capital of Fashion.
Mr. Garavani decided to retire and on 4th October 2007 he held his last collection in Paris. He appointed Maria Garzia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccoli as creative directors.
Today, 56 years after the foundation of the Maison, Maria Chiuri left her place at Valentino and took the job as creative director of Dior.
So sweet, so chic, so French! So Chloé!
In the fashion world, there is a saying “Chloé girls are the prettiest.”
With clothes like these, it’s not very far from the truth.
This fashion house, founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, season after season provides us with outfits that represent clean French style, we so eagerly want to adopt.
The dresses, shirts and pants have such a fluidity, that they even seem unreal. While the models walked down the runway, one could notice the delicacy and gentleness of the materials.
If you need a lesson in layering, go to Peter Dundas, and he will teach you.
The Norwegian-born designer ever since he was appointed as creative director at Roberto Cavalli in March 2015, he presents us outstanding collections.
Continuing the legacy of the great Roberto himself, for his Spring Summer 2017 collection, Peter defined what is Haute Boheme. His army of bohemian goddesses wearing skinny scarves and long dresses graced the runway and the boys brought us back in the ’70, where it was all about wide-leg jeans and colorful, printed, sheer shirts.
Welcome to the beautiful, dark, twisted, ’70s disco inspired fantasy of Alessandro Michele and Gucci.
Here heels are high, colors are strong and sunglasses are shiny.
This 75 piece collection has everything. From wide-leg pants, to romantic sheer dresses and turbans. There were many prints, mixed in a way that only Alessando can.
While watching it I felt like I was at a circus or ’70s themed party. Everything sparkled. And every outfit was very different from the previous one. You see this model wearing Victorian dress and the next thing you see is shiny pink matador inspired outfit.
Floral prints for spring? No, Vera Wang doesn’t follow the mass.
Famous for her love for black, she found inspiration in the darkest of colors once again. Vera doesn’t think like the majority of fashion people, and rebelled against the light-colors-for-warm-seasons unwritten rule.
In her Spring Summer 2017 collection she used just two colors – black and white. Opposites attract after all.
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Welcome to the simple, romantic and magical life of Oscar de la Renta and his 10 helpers (studio team designers). I’m Mademoiselle M and I will be your host.
Held at the Morgan Library in New York, the collection was very beautiful. First it started with few clean white peasant dresses, which for me are epitome of warmer days. Then we were shown more bold designs and colors, black and strong red dresses, and the classic Oscar de la Renta safari jacket and pants.
After them, on the runway walked few oriental princesses, who by the way, were the only models from the collection who wore earrings. Well, they are royalty after all. The dresses, crop tops and pants were amazing, each more beautiful and exotic than the previous.