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PFW Saint Laurent F/W'13

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Following the controversial change of brand name from Yves Saint Laurent to Saint Laurent last year, all eyes have been on the brand to see how their image will be shaped and affect the product of their designs. When all is said and done, it has to come down to the clothes, and the fall 2013 Saint Laurent runway delivered during Paris Fashion Week. Going for a chic-meets-grunge feel, Saint Laurent featured plenty of leather, embellished dresses, patterned tights, floral, and flannel for unexpected combinations of textures and patterns. Described as “Grunge Nouvea”, the Saint Laurent collection highlighted mixing and matching unanticipated styles together, and definitely had a younger, more modern feel than the past runway shows that YSL has delivered. While the runway featured edgy and playful looks for fall, we can’t help wonder if the classic, modern designs that were associated with YSL are gone along with the name.

What do you think of Saint Laurent’s fall line?

 

PFW Saint Laurent F/W’13

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

http://www.style.com/fashionshows/review/F2013RTW-YSLRG

 

Following the controversial change of brand name from Yves Saint Laurent to Saint Laurent last year, all eyes have been on the brand to see how their image will be shaped and affect the product of their designs. When all is said and done, it has to come down to the clothes, and the fall 2013 Saint Laurent runway delivered during Paris Fashion Week. Going for a chic-meets-grunge feel, Saint Laurent featured plenty of leather, embellished dresses, patterned tights, floral, and flannel for unexpected combinations of textures and patterns. Described as “Grunge Nouvea”, the Saint Laurent collection highlighted mixing and matching unanticipated styles together, and definitely had a younger, more modern feel than the past runway shows that YSL has delivered. While the runway featured edgy and playful looks for fall, we can’t help wonder if the classic, modern designs that were associated with YSL are gone along with the name.

What do you think of Saint Laurent’s fall line?

 

NYFW Street Style

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Hanneli Mustaparta

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Annie Georgia Greenberg

 

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Maria Duenas Jacobs

 

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New York Fashion Week was truly incredible in every aspect; the glamorous runway shows, parties, and of course, street styles. Despite the unexpected snow storm, the nicknamed, “Nemo fashionistas” braved the cold weather and piled on the layers in the most fashion-forward ways. From designers, to celebrities, to everyday style mavens, the streets were filled with the most chic looks, innovative trends, and fabulous jackets, hats, and fur accessories. While New Yorkers are known for loving black, we loved the bold use of colors that was brightening up the streets and showed us that even in the cold weather, it is important to stay on top of the spring trends and be expressive! Which looks are your favorite?

Through the Decades: Christian Dior’s A-Line Skirt

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http://www.thewrittenrunway.com/2011/09/christian-dior-2/

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French-born designer Christian Dior is regarded as one of the most influential names in fashion and the impression he created in the fashion world in the 1950s has allowed Dior to remain one of the most prominent brands in luxury fashion and Haute Couture today. For Throwback Thursday, we decided to dig through some archives of one of our favorite designers and these vintage advertisements remind us how truly classic and elegant Christian Dior’s style is. To this day, Dior has remained true to its origins, and consistently produces timeless pieces full of character, style, and charisma. In particular, Christian Dior is regarded as being the innovator behind the, “A-Line” skirt trend, a style that has continued to evolve and fill modern-day runways and street style looks. A term first used by Dior as the label for his collection in the spring of 1955, the A-Line skirt is fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression in the shape of a capital letter “A”. Dior’s A-Line collection became “the most wanted silhouette in Paris”, and a fingertip-length flared jacket worn over a dress with a very full, pleated skirt became Dior’s signature look at the time. A-Line skirts continue to be a popular style today, whether for the office or a more formal night out, they are a classic, feminine, go-to piece when looking for a traditional-yet-stylish pairing to complement a blouse. From vintage 1950s ads to the 2013 runways, Christian Dior reminds us that iconic designs are timeless, and true fashion never goes out of style.

Through the Decades: Christian Dior's A-Line Skirt

http://pessimiss.wordpress.com/tag/vintage-christian-dior-ads/

 

http://pessimiss.wordpress.com/tag/vintage-christian-dior-ads/

 

http://anxiolytique.wordpress.com

 

http://www.graziadaily.co.uk/fashion/archive/2012/03/02/dior-autumn-winter-2012-show--live.htm

http://www.thewrittenrunway.com/2011/09/christian-dior-2/

http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk/fashion/celebrity-fashion/2012/02/celebrities-at-fashion-week?_escaped_fragment_=image-number=101

 

 

French-born designer Christian Dior is regarded as one of the most influential names in fashion and the impression he created in the fashion world in the 1950s has allowed Dior to remain one of the most prominent brands in luxury fashion and Haute Couture today. For Throwback Thursday, we decided to dig through some archives of one of our favorite designers and these vintage advertisements remind us how truly classic and elegant Christian Dior’s style is. To this day, Dior has remained true to its origins, and consistently produces timeless pieces full of character, style, and charisma. In particular, Christian Dior is regarded as being the innovator behind the, “A-Line” skirt trend, a style that has continued to evolve and fill modern-day runways and street style looks. A term first used by Dior as the label for his collection in the spring of 1955, the A-Line skirt is fitted at the hips and gradually widens towards the hem, giving the impression in the shape of a capital letter “A”. Dior’s A-Line collection became “the most wanted silhouette in Paris”, and a fingertip-length flared jacket worn over a dress with a very full, pleated skirt became Dior’s signature look at the time. A-Line skirts continue to be a popular style today, whether for the office or a more formal night out, they are a classic, feminine, go-to piece when looking for a traditional-yet-stylish pairing to complement a blouse. From vintage 1950s ads to the 2013 runways, Christian Dior reminds us that iconic designs are timeless, and true fashion never goes out of style.

Outfit of the Day: Olga

 

 

As always, stylehaüs client Olga is looking fabulous dressed up in bold and trendy designer pieces from head to toe! Olga is wearing an electric blue sweater from Gucci, belt and skirt from Stella McCartney and those trés chic heels from Marni. The peplum enhances the typical cut and shape of skirts which gives it a very playful feel! The gold metallic touches in her belt and shoes polish off this look and really give it that sleek edge!