This week Paris has done an amazing job creating some wonderful designs that I am loving for next season. The rest of the posts for fashion week will only have a couple photo’s with my personal review and a full collection review below the pictures.
The website which I looked to find the designers, their designs, and watched their fashion show live was called Mode à Paris.
The floral and stripes patterns looks amazing with the designs created, along with the patchwork designs. The designs seen throughout the collection included ruffles, flowy tops and skirts, and off-the-shoulder looks.
I love how they incorporate small sections of either patterned or plain prints into the designs. Plain materials can be seen as the belt and pocket outline on the patterned dress. The patterned fabric is seen as an under layer to the simple black dress.
The tribal-like prints for this collection was well used into the simplicity of the designs. When used, most designs were plain high neck and sleeveless dresses that focused more on the designs.
The denim designs and colours is what attracts me the most from this collection. This collection had varying pieces including some small designs embroidered into the fabric, ones with midi length flared skirts, and many other designs.
These designs are some of my favorite with midi pants and skirts that made most of the outfits. The tops are buttons ups with sparkles or some quirky designs embedded into the. Overall, I love the collection as it give a very professional look to the designs.
This might just be my most favorite collection for Paris Fashion Week. The colours are exactly the combination I love, white, off-white and black. The designs include ruffles, small prints, simple designs, flared looks, collars, bows, lace and everything that I live for. Thank you for this collection Branquinho!
The nude colours are what makes this collection. They look perfect with the designs given to the look. The flare of the skirt add more definition to the collection along with the gray and patterned fabric.
Dear Reader, Fashion Week is over for now but will soon be back with next years looks for Fall and Winter.