more than rues and bagged baguettes
The final week of fashion month, which this culture has been priveleged to cover and make cultural comparisons has arrived in Paris – a city where carrying a baguette and going to the Museé de Picasso is the thing.
More than rues and bagged baguettes | bonjour Paris! the final destination for Fashion Month has arrived with a fire so chic, if a fire can be such, that our hearts have already melted and morphed into some form of European putty.
Tuning in to day 2, after celebrating #nationalcoffeeday in the field, there was the “radical poetic and absolute” new voices at Courreges where we will not underestimate the value of basic garments – especially the pant – or the feelings that come when standards are reimagined. the hair and face painting at Lemaire was a dream world of wearable water colors, donned by the ultimate girl gang, anchored by basil and melon hue socks.
Then, in waltzed an alter ego, like a caricature of Steig Larsson’s ‘Girl’ becoming until she’s become at Maison Margiela, punctuated by Virgil Abloh’s Off White offering, where denim could rightly rule forever. However, it was Dries Van Noten, who made this culture want a filter coffee with our baguette so we could sip long to the dramatics of paint upon a face and fabric on a body.
“Radical, poetic, absolute” says its new director displaying reimagined basic.
This is the only trench coat we could ever need, no lie.
Dries Van Noten
The ultimate expression of pattern and print mixing and this culture has lost its marbles for it.
An alter ego of the girl within, painted on the outside like a modern fresco.
Lighter shade of transparent pewter and these pumps scream spring.