Top Five Trends Paris Fashion Week

Posted by pak yons on Friday, October 15, 2010



Top Five Trends Paris Fashion Week

Fashion show in Paris the fashion capital of French is already over. However, it's not complete if it did not know what fashion trends are developing, for the collection of spring / summer 2010 in the City of Light.

several world-class fashion houses like Louis Vuitton, Lanvin and Balmain show off their latest collections on the last day of the event's fashion ekstravagansa. Previously, New York, London and Milan also be participating cities served by the show most interest to the fashion industry.

Among the many growing trend on the runway, there are 5 fashion trends that are of concern, namely:

1. Punk style
Punk style of the 80s most clearly visible in the collection of Balmain, a leather jacket combined with a thin shirt held together with safety pins. Meanwhile, the Balenciaga designer, Nicolas Ghesquiere, takes the form of futuristic style by translating it into a loose houndstooth coat paired with combat boots.

2. Nuance nude
Natural colors similar to skin color that have been wara-Wiri above the runway after several seasons ago, back sticking out in the arena of Paris Fashion Week 2010. A number of collections of fashion house Celine, Chloe, Lanvin to make it happen in a pantsuit, long pants, dress asymmetrical wave, until the maxi dresses that swept the floor.

3. Bold colors
For those of you who do not like the color black and white or nude, some designers offer a palette of bold and daring choices, ranging from electric blue, orange, yellow,

4. Color Monochrome
Monochrome does not mean boring. Designer Karl Lagerfeld from Chanel fashion house, Sarah Burton to label Alexander McQueen, and Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy, playing with colors of white and classic black. Would result in a tuxedo that impressed gothic from Givenchy, McQueen shades of rococo, and a touch of elegance of Chanel.

5. Asian Influence
Designer Marc Jacobs presented a collection inspired by the Chinese women's traditional dress, cheongsam, to fashion house Louis Vuitton. Meanwhile, Haider Ackermann and Dries van Noten, who has created kimono dikreasikan such that the result is completely different.

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