Marco Zanini, the new artistic director of Rochas, presents his second parade. Inspirations colonial frank sections marked with the size, in a palette of colors. At the feet of models: offset sandals worn over with thin socks.
The daughter of Yohji Yamamoto presented his fifth collection of ready-to-wear. Volume sets with dresses and baggy pants, oversize tuxedo in a universe mostly black and white colored stripes or polka dot. All the models except for some men wore a row of metal spikes in jewel hair, put on an unstructured bun.
At Gareth Pugh, the models take tunes ghostly creatures straight out of a sci-fi. These zombies disturbing the skin pale and eyes rimmed with red, roam the podium wearing backbones or feather collars. Combinations zipped panels, dresses or wool strips torn: all in gray, clay, soft beige or khaki.
Anne Valerie Hash
During the fashion show Anne Valerie Hash, the romantic shadows and wavy hair braided on the side roads are all Converse, aligning the back of the flat trend in summer. Powdery colors and materials alongside crumpled lace veils and subtle play of transparencies.
Rue du Mail
Back to basics Rue du Mail by Martine Sitbon, who reinvented the little black dress from sexy and comfortable, sometimes adorned with flounces, iridescent material, embroidery or sequins. She comes over parade in summer shades of beige or red through yellow, pink, coral, or gray.
Collection for upcoming Spring-Summer 2010!