With the launch of Valentino’s Star Studded Collection last week – which is undoubtedly one of my absolute favorites EVER – I could finally join my two-year-old Stella in her obsession over tulle skirts AND dedicate a post to this incredible look from last Paris Fashion Week… What is it with girls and tulle skirts?
It’s been a few days – well, let’s make this weeks – since I came back from Paris, the final leg of my Fashion Month, and Fashion Month in general, and this planned update post-Paris did clearly not go up as quick as I wanted. Happy helpers needed here, cause there is just too much to do, and too little time, I guess? Anyway, usually I come home from the city of love with a nasty fever – mostly because I’ve been wearing nothing but Spring/Summer collections, which happes to be, often, not suitable for the Parisian March weather. However, this time the health-gods ruled in my favor and the “fever”, until today, did not get to me (yet). This made that I got to spend some real quality time with Thomas and the kids upon my arrival back home, and that I could prepare properly for our family vacation to the Caribbean. More on that later. It’s time to shed some light on this dress, shall we?
While I’m writing this post – the night before I leave for Paris – I’m trying to work my way through the looks from New York Fashion Week, which I, somehow, still didn’t manage to get online. Such a waste of beauty – and then I’m not talking about myself of course, but all the cool pieces I got to wear during this week. One of my favorite looks was the one in which I got to wear the new Chloe Jane wrist bag. A fashion week favorite, and a real Chloe Girl signature piece for Spring/Summer 16!
New York Fashion Week is in full swing and there are a few of my favorites on the agenda for today: Rosie Assoulin – I’ve wanted to go to her presentations since I can remember – and Maiyet, always beautiful, on many levels. I will be live streaming the show later today by the way, so make sure to tune back in here at 4PM EST. But there is more…