Bored of plans that always suggest three different looks that will make the experience a memorable one for three alternative options for a visit to Paris. Autumn outfits to surprise in a city to see and be seen.
They were rebels. The flappers of the twenties shortened their skirts, took off the corsets, got a bob hair cut, wore a lot of makeup, listened to jazz and drank strong liqueurs. Today the vintage look has returned, maybe (I like to think so) in memory of those women who blew convention with a very powerful weapon: Fashion.Google+
I flee from paillettes at Christmas. They are too obvious. I am bored by conventions and everything predictable. And I know for a fact that, at this time, the shiny blazers and clutch bags will be seen more than necessary.
In search of the perfect outfit to surprise friends and strangers. With this goal for the end of 2011, I landed in the entrance of Santa Eulalia for a meeting with fashion.. I knew my soul mate this Christmas was waiting for me on one of the hangers on the second floor. And I was right.Google+
It’s strange, isn’t it? I feel like I have spent months viewing and revising the new season, going over it and mentally adapting it to my style and my life. Designers, collections, editorials and an incessant dance of trends which I couldn’t enjoy, but I could dabble. Mixing seasons has been fun for me.
But as everything comes and goes, the temperatures lower, the rain arrives and we happily open up the season. Autumn’s beginning right now!Google+
A couple of weeks ago I visited the boutique Santa Eulalia and apart from walking around the store to get a better look on the architecture I got to choose the accessories I wanted for a still-life photo shoot. Just when entering I remember seeing a pair of wonderful shoes and I didn’t hesitate but chose these shoes from Charlotte Olympia as my central element. From the careful selection of available books I chose “Rose C’est Paris” by Bettina Rheims and Serge Bramly as background in the still-life.Google+