Twice a year, you will want to have a Twitter account so you can follow, directly from the runways, fashion blogger, twitting fiercely what they love about our favorite designers. Yes, fashion weeks (or, as I call it, fashion month) have started and ladies, we have got some learning to do ! Here are the remarkable trends from Montreal Fashion Week.
Ralph DeRoy’s version makes us wants to continue on the boho wave with long, silk skirts but, be sure, fashionistas, not to only stick to that. Martin Lim has take it to a more severe look with a more fitted skirt. Shirts are a also great way to wear this trend : with a blazer for a working look or with jeans for a more casual look.
This season, designers have decided to explore the fringe outside of the Charleston era, with thicker, longer and wiser stripes. Here, Nadya Toto has chosen an allover way to wear it, offered in black or in white. As for Martin Lim, the fringe had a sexy-er appeal to an ordinary black dress.
Transparency has been explored by our designers many ways. Martin Lim has chosen an extreme way, reminding me a little bit of those nurse inspired dress made by Louis Vuitton a couple years a go. Nadya Toto’s vision has work transparency threw lacework in a fine and sexy way.
Nadya Toto’s runway show really focussed on the flower. Bright, big and red the flowers contrasted with the black cloth. The theme was also maintained with a look-a-like Baroque pattern.
Flanelle Mag mucho love :
- The lace socks
- The subtle transparent pieces
- The tweed pieces of Mélissa Nepton