For those who are interested in fashion, this time of the year means only one thing: Fashion Week. Or, in fact, plenty of them. However, you would have to try really hard to avoid looking at some articles, snapchats or Instagram photos from the events. After the spectacular (is it just me, or actually anything that happens in Paris is a little bit spectacular?) Paris Fashion Week I decided to choose my favourite inspirations, which, more or less, will be seen in the upcoming spring, autumn and winter collections.
Luckily for me, it happened that many of my favourite models came to the Paris Fashion Week. Karlie Kloss, Taylor Swift’s best friend, presented the new Mugler’s collection and Sasha Luss walked the runway for Elie Saab.
The Fashion Week was officially closed by the well-known top model Anja Rubik. The stunning guru of many young models starting their career walked through the catwalk for Elie Saab with her usual elegance. Although Anja, after many years of a successful career, is more often seen on a cover of Vogue than on a catwalk, she decided to take part in this year’s Paris Fashion Week.
Of course, Fashion Weeks are perfect occasions for celebrities to show off. That’s how we ended up with two platinum haircuts from Jared Leto and Kim Kardashian, who apparently broke the Internet again.
In my opinion, Lady Gaga did it better. The singer presented chic look at the Balenciaga show. She seems to confirm the
Although I’m not sure what inspired Rihanna to wear a horrible black duvet, but she was clearly still in the 90s when she chose her glasses, which were, in fact, the only positive aspect of her outfit. Fortunately, Emma Watson and Nicola Peltz didn’t need to express their inner originality in Rihanna’s way. They chose simple but glamorous black outfits.
Nevertheless, it’s not really about them, right? That’s what I really like about Fashion Weeks. All the celebrities going to the most beautiful cities in the world to see the stunning collections aren’t, for a change, in the spotlight. It’s the time when they have an occasion not to amaze, but to be amazed. Because, actually, it’s not time for them.