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Chanel Fall 2018 Ready To Wear!

From airports to space stations, grocery stores and beyond, Chanel has taken its runways far and wide over the years. For  Chanel Fall 2018, the fashion house got in touch with nature with a dark and moody forest-themed runway. Transforming the Grand Palais in Paris into the woods. Fallen leaves and dozens of real trees prepped the catwalk. In addition, moss and piles of twigs created an authentic smell and atmosphere.The audience even sat on benches constructed from rough tree trunks. Here are some of the best looks from Chanel Fall 2018 #Look 1 Tweed jacket paired up with metallic plazo-pants and a set of golden chains makes this chic Chanel look. Furthermore, it was  complimented by leather gloves of matching hue, with jewelry having the famous double C’s logo #Look 2  Chanel signature matching skirt suits made an appearance but with some alterations. For the coming season Chanel chose…

Elie Saab Ready-to-Wear Fall 2018

Elie Saab Fall 2018 Ready-to-wear collection was full of vast elaborately embellished dresses and gowns. The lineup was not a downer. There was a Victorian influence afoot in an abundance of black gowns with high collars and long sleeves. There were many lace and fringing-strafed evening gowns in black with marabou shivers at the shoulder, arm, and wrist. The designer got  logo-mania in a discreet way with an allover emblem monogram that blended quite seamlessly on printed dresses. Here are some of the best looks from Elie Saab Fall 2018 #Look 1 The vibe was less mourning and propriety than down-to-party indulgence thanks to rich, colorful florals. Also the look featured a semi-belt semi-corset, asymmetric hemline and a neck scarf with fringes. #Look 2 An asymmetric ruffle skirt and a geometric patterned blouse with an elaborate bow tied on the neck featured with most noteworthy black sequined jacket garlanded with crystals.…

Moschino goes Retro- Fall 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection!

Moschino Jeremy Scott knows how to stick to a theme like magic and makes it come live in front of you. Milan Fashion week has ended, but the hype is nowhere near to go away. This year’s theme was to go retrospective- “Italiana, Italy Through the Lens of Fashion 1971-2001”, remembering the formative years of the country’s ready-to-wear industry and the great names that built it. But Moschino had all my attention the moment it all started. Scott has always been known as a fashion rebel and going irreverent with anything that is mainstream. When all the labels went 70s-80s, Moschino showed us a side of the 60s. And the collection reminded so much of Jackie Kennedy and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The show started with Kaia hitting the runway in a bright orange skirt suit. The look had a lot of silver zips which was completed with matching pumps and the classic…