Marie Antoinette of today

Rihanna made her second Paris runway with Fenty x Puma yesterday.

Contrary to what has happened over and over, and over again with Kanye, Rihanna has convinced the Puma execs, the critics, and the people that not only she has impecable style and can pull anything off, but that she can convey this fashion-savy feeling to a collection.

The inspiration of SS2017 was Marie Antoinette and her gym wear, had she ever been exposed to those places. And I’m not going to lie, it’s weird, and it points out that there’s very little room for fashion insecurity. If you don’t have what it takes, you will never wear any of Rihanna’s creations.
It has some very nice clothes and undoubtedly, there’s talent there. The outwear lingerie, the high heels with the sneaker shoe laces, the fancy pant suits and the silky palazzos.
Rihanna followed the steps in the NYFW with the pastel palette, with a stronger delivery.
And she also reminded us that she was not a 90’s child, because she keeps on betting on all those horrible 90’s trends, like the huge platform sneakers,  the chokers and the extreme hair.

Having said this, I do believe that, unless she’s going for the Couturier status and most surely athleisure won’t her that appointment, she could aim for something a little more street wearable.

Be sure that you will be seeing a lot of Fenty x Puma in the next Rihanna sightings.

Haute Love!

There’s a lot to be said about Couture week. Like that awesome runway right in the middle of La Fontana di Trevi that took place today at Rome, by Fendi.

It is just pure magic. 

And also, this Stéphane Rolland structured black&white gown.

Paris Nouvelle Vague

Cartier has launched its latest campaign with a video, through out the streets of Paris.

It shows, in a very dynamic environment, the new jewelry collection, which happens to be colorful, young and fresh.
They are pushing the rings very strongly, and as you can see they are oversized with big colorful stones, may I say going a little after the Swarovski effect, in its proportions, do not get that wrong.

I’m guessing they are trying to reach a new target that saw the Timeless Maison as a little old school.

It’s got my attention.

En el pasado…

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