2017 Louis Vuitton Cruise show

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The fashion industry elite were treated to an extra-special Memorial Day escape, as Nicolas Ghesquière and company invited them to sunny Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for the presentation of Louis Vuitton's cruise 2017 collection. Set at the Oscar Niemeyer-designed Niterói Contemporary Art Museum, which sits on a cliff overlooking the beach and Rio's mountainous landscape, models descended the building's winding, red ramp which doubled as the runway (and recalled a very chic waterslide). Guests were seated on a single row of mismatched crates in lively colors — likely a nod to the city's urban favelas — with several of the French house's celebrity friends, including Alicia Vikander, Jaden Smith, Zendaya, Alessandra Ambrosio and Isabeli Fontana, all in attendance.

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Rio de Janeiro is in the eye of a storm, beset by a collapsing government, economic turmoil and the zika-virus-carrying A. Aegypti mosquito. On top of that, it has an Olympic Games to deliver in 68 days. The metro system isn't finished, let alone the beach volleyball stadium which will be the pride of Copacabana Beach but is currently nothing more than a mass of scaffolding in the sand.

Into this maelstrom last night came Nicolas Ghesquière, artistic director of womenswear at Louis Vuitton, to showcase his latest cruise collection for the French luxury behemoth. At first glance, his choice of the Brazilian port city seems almost as quixotic as Karl Lagerfeld’s decision to stage a Chanel cruise show in Cuba three weeks ago. It's certainly as much of a fashion ‘first’ as the Havana spectacular since there's never before been a major international catwalk show in Rio. But while the Cubans have been cut off from the wider world in fashion terms for about 60 years, Brazilians have very much kept up with the rest of us. Not only do they have genuine card-carrying supermodels - Gisele Bundchen, Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima to name merely three - they are also avid consumers of Vuitton’s handbags, luggage and accessories. And now, surely, of its fashion too.

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Louis Vuitton Cruise 2017 CREDIT: GETTY

Ghesquière is a lover of architecture, so the choice of venue was almost as important for him as the clothes he paraded there. And his building of choice was certainly spectacular. The Museu de Arte Contemporânea de Niterói, designed by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and built in the 1990s, looks like a white flying saucer that has touched down on the tip of a rocky outcrop overlooking the sea about an hour’s drive from the centre of Rio. The only way out of the building is down a curving spool of crimson concrete that spirals down to the ground, creating the most dramatic runway any of the 47 seasoned models there can ever have walked.   Louis Vuitton was founded in 1854 in order to help the wealthy travel in comfort and style, and Ghesquière has been true to the brief.

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Louis Vuitton Cruise 2017 CREDIT: GETTY

There was a sport and an athleticism to the clothes, whether white-stretch, multi-pocketed trousers, or performance-fabric, zip-fastened mini-dresses, that indicated that, whoever the Vuitton woman is, she’ll be going places this autumn. She’ll also be striding out in comfort since the shoes and boots shown on the catwalk were resolutely forgiving neoprene - and were the thong-toed lace-up boots inspired by flipflops? There were more nods to Brazil in the footballer print inspired by the local artist Aldemir Martins’ paintings of Pelè that adorned some tank tops. Meanwhile the ruffles, hot blues and reds, and cutaway sections on many of the mini-dresses evoked a spirit of carnival.

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Louis Vuitton Cruise 2017 CREDIT: GETTY

As did the bags - some of which were styled to look exactly like a 1980s boom box, while others delighted with their fringing, graffiti decoration and vibrant pinks, yellows and scarlets. ‘I’m a Frenchman who’s come to present a French luxury collection but it’s also tropical and exotic,’ explained Ghesquière. ‘Nature is explosive here, and at the same time you have these wonderful buildings. It’s a beautiful chaos.’

Watching this joyous marriage of Vuitton and Rio was a hand-picked group of celebrities including the French icon Catherine Deneuve, the Swedish Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, Jaden (son of Will) Smith, and Adriana Lima. Beautiful chaos indeed. 

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PRADA Day Trip by Willy Vanderperre

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Kiki Willems stars in a new series of photographs by Willy Vanderperre named Day Trip, featuring PRADA resort 2017 collection. The images show Willems slipping away for a solitary stroll, sneaking into a dark building on her own, and staging against dream-like rooms, creating stark backdrops for softer statements, showing accessories and separates in a new narrative.

Furthering the Prada Resort 2017 collection’s tangential qualities, the protagonist appears happily lost in thought. Perhaps the most satisfying element of dressing, for a woman, is the silent dialogue that circles her throughout the day—the symbols, signs, and processes of design only perceptible in detail. The collection is peppered with immediate symbols of feminizing: bows, daisies, and polka dots that might be pinned to a female version of a cartoon character. It disguises the language of femininity by skewing it in both exaggerated and subtle directions, creating a conversation between each element. In that way, it’s classic Prada: a colorful, carefree surface delighting in its own infinite introspection. – from Prada

The images are presented in select Prada store locations: New York’s Broadway Epicenter and Madison Avenue store, Beverly Hills Epicenter in Los Angeles, Aoyama Epicenter in Tokyo, and Milan via Montenapoleone, London Bond Street, Paris Avenue Montaigne stores.

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Prada releases “Day Trip”, a sequence of photographs by Willy Vanderperre featuring Kiki Willems in the starring role. Here, accessories and separates are re-imagined in a new narrative: Vanderperre has Willems slipping away for a solitary stroll, sneaking into a dark building on her own, and staging against dream-like rooms, creating stark backdrops for softer statements.

Furthering the Prada Resort 2017 collection’s tangential qualities, the protagonist appears happily lost in thought. Perhaps the most satisfying element of dressing, for a woman, is the silent dialogue that circles her throughout the day—the symbols, signs, and processes of design only perceptible in detail. The collection is peppered with immediate symbols of feminizing: bows, daisies, and polka dots that might be pinned to a female version of a cartoon character. It disguises the language of femininity by skewing it in both exaggerated and subtle directions, creating a conversation between each element. In that way, it’s classic Prada: a colorful, carefree surface delighting in its own infinite introspection.

The images are featured exclusively on Prada’s social channels, website, dedicated in-store displays and a printed catalogue. The physical displays, which capture the spontaneous nature of the images, are presented in select Prada store locations: New York’s Broadway Epicenter and Madison Avenue store, Beverly Hills Epicenter in Los Angeles, Aoyama Epicenter in Tokyo, and Milan via Montenapoleone, London Bond Street, Paris Avenue Montaigne stores.


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Prada has teamed with photographer Willy Vanderperre who shot “Day Trip,” a series of images featuring model Kiki Willems wearing pieces from the brand’s resort collection.
The photos are in both color and black and white and portray Willems in different moments of an imaginary day — for example, in one image she is seen taking a solitary stroll, and in another exploring an abandoned building.
The minimal aesthetic of the backgrounds contrasts with the accentuated femininity of the clothes, revealing girly ribbons, as well as prints of daisies and polka dots.
 
The “Day Trip” images are available in exclusively at prada.com, on the company’s social media, as well as at selected Prada stores. These include the boutiques on New York’s Madison Avenue, Milan’s via Monte Napoleone, London’s Bond Street and Paris’ Avenue Montaigne, as well as at the label’s Epicenter stores-cum-exhibition spaces in New York’s Broadway, Los Angeles’ Beverly Hills area and at Aoyama in Tokyo.
This project differs from Prada’s resort ad campaign, fronted by Jessica Chastain, but also photographed by Vanderperre.


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PRADA UNVEILS “DAY TRIP” BY WILLY VANDERPERRE


Prada releases “Day Trip”, a sequence of photographs by Willy Vanderperre featuring Kiki Willems in the starring role. Here, accessories and separates are re-imagined in a new narrative: Vanderperre has Willems slipping away for a solitary stroll, sneaking into a dark building on her own, and staging against dream-like rooms, creating stark backdrops for softer statements.
The images are featured exclusively on Prada’s social channels, on www.prada.com, dedicated in-store displays and a printed catalogue. The physical displays are presented in select Prada store locations: New York’s Broadway Epicenter and Madison Avenue store, Beverly Hills Epicenter in Los Angeles, via Montenapoleone boutique in Milan, Bond Street store in London, Avenue Montaigne boutique in Paris, and Aoyama Epicenter in Tokyo.
PRADA PRESENTA ”DAY TRIP” DI WILLY VANDERPERRE
Prada presenta “Day Trip”, una sequenza di fotografie di Willy Vanderperre con Kiki Willems nel ruolo di protagonista. Accessori e capi di abbigliamento sono re-immaginati in una nuova narrativa: Vanderperre ritrae Willems mentre si allontana per una passeggiata solitaria, esplora da sola un edificio buio e viene fotografata sullo sfondo di stanze oniriche, ambienti spogli che evocano atmosfere più delicate.
Le immagini sono riprodotte esclusivamente sui canali social di Prada, sul sitowww.prada.com, in un catalogo in edizione limitata e in negozi Prada selezionati. Gli allestimenti sono visibili presso l’Epicentro di Broadway e la boutique di Madison Avenue a New York, gli Epicentri di Los Angeles Beverly Hills e Tokyo Aoyama, le boutique di via Monte Napoleone a Milano, di Bond Street a Londra e di Avenue Montaigne a Parigi.


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STELLA MCCARTNEY'S SPRING 2017 SHOW

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Stella McCartney dance party! Photo: Imaxtree

Stella McCartney dance party! 

Stella McCartney debuted her spring 2017 collection during Paris Fashion Week on Monday with a finale to trump every social-media-friendly finale from the past month. The models arrived onto the catwalk dancing in unison to an upbeat dance track. They started with a picked-up walking pace with energetic hand motions and then transitioned into a full-on choreographed performance. 

And while we usually find ourselves poking fun at models dancing, this was truly enjoyable to watch, especially since the models were having just as much fun as the show's audience. Obviously, there was plenty of documentation on social media.


Stella McCartney revealed her new women’s Spring 2017 collection at the iconic Abbey Road Studios in London. The collection features men’s workwear inspired looks, loose lace garments, complex cutting, long yet lightweight shapes, as well as Western inspired insignia, printed dogs, dots, and stripes.

Irreverent style created by freedom and energy; clashing shapes and textures in unexpected ways. High meets low, hard meets soft and sports meets romance as the Stella woman embraces her eloquent individuality.

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In an industry that is notoriously snobbish and uptight, Stella McCartney oft provides the cheerful and carefree moments that remind us all that fashion should be fun. This season was no exception, with a choreographed dance-off between her cast of supermodels: howling, shouting, and shaking in clothes that were clearly made for the dance floor.

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PARIS, France — It truly is a year to stand up and be counted, so it’s no surprise fashion has acquired a taste for The Message this season. Like Stella McCartney on Monday morning. “Fur Free” and “Leather Free” are longtime commitments of hers. There was a more generic tone to “Thanks Girls” and “All is Love”, but you could hardly pillory Stella for that. There’s scarcely anyone else in the industry with her activist track record.

And she actually made those trite messages come alive with a finale which saw her models joyously choreographed in a conga-line celebration of girl power. Not an Old Spice in sight…this felt real! “Sometimes you’ve got to spell it out,” McCartney said post-show. “And we have a lot to say.”

That “lot to say” hasn’t always translated into the clothes, and it was kind of like that today. There are always bits of a Stella collection that have a spunky new visual interest. Monday’s paper-bag-waist detailing, with the corseted tops? Kicky! Everything to do with Ultrasuede, the wonder fabric that looks like skin and machine-washes like cotton? Marvellous! The banker’s stripe shirt dresses? Well, who hasn’t done that to their partner’s professional drag?

Then off we went into the claggy world of putting words on clothes.

One way has always been surf. McCartney is savvy enough to know that scuba can swallow a multitude of linguistic transgressions. Pair that with popper sandals and you’ve won yourself an edge. But all those graphic typefaces piled up on top of each other brought to mind the acid tongue of New York humorist Fran Lebowitz: “If people don't want to hear from you, what makes you think they want to hear from your sweater?” Fact is, Stella will use any platform.


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Stella McCartney’s models came out for their finale, arms outstretched, hands flapping, the start of an upbeat dance choreographed by Blanca Li. It divided the girls into two urban tribes — sort of like Sharks and Jets, only female, and playful in squaring off because, well, why fight? The celebratory gumption — including the range of tush-shaking abilities on display — coerced smiles from even the grumpiest of 10 a.m. Grumpy Gus types in the audience. It was, to use a descriptive infrequently invoked about fashion shows, fun. And not in the way that going to fashion shows on the worst day is fun as opposed to, say, doing your taxes or having a root canal, but deliberate, unapologetic fun of the sort appropriate to beautiful, well turned-out young women with their whole lives ahead of them. McCartney’s reason for this most atypical of curtain calls: “girl power.”

Girl power rooted in the power of positive thinking, “capturing the spirit of life and love in the spirit of summer,” she wrote in her program notes. On the runway, the premise erupted in a conflux of ideas — tribal meets athletic meets men’s wear meets corsetry — delivered with a cohesion that belied the far-flung references. McCartney has a knack for incorporating a lot of fashion almost slyly, while keeping the attitude light and approachable. These were not simple clothes; some pushed flagrantly in terms of volume and silhouette.

As always, McCartney offered options. On the polished side, corseted cottons with shoulder volume via either structure or exaggerated sleeves came in glam day dresses and shirts with paperbag waists. Ath-leisure took a performance turn in great-looking scuba-inspired swimsuits worn as sportswear with pants and shirts. On the tribal side, washed burlaps and muslins became dresses that fell from necklines ruched with an artisanal hand, creating an inviting ripple effect. As for pants: genie pants that worked, including a pair in the palest pink worn with a loose knit tank. And that utilitarian jumpsuit — could it have been suede? What do you think? These many years after Halston made it famous, Ultrasuede can still strut with style.

On the Ultrasuede front (sort of), the message of this collection wasn’t only of the fashion sort (i.e. feel good in your clothes): McCartney applied her spirit of life and love to messaging. Many of the pieces flashed “no fur” and “no leather” along with “all is love” and “thanks, girls.” It didn’t feel a bit sanctimonious, perhaps because the slogans were delivered in prints far more imaginative than a basic message T. Life, love and fashion. What’s not to smile about?


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The feel-good moment of Paris Fashion Week came at Stella McCartney this morning. Her delightful show finished with a dance-off choreographed by Blanca Li and starring the designer’s gorgeous model squad, who whooped, hollered, and shimmied in a collection designed to move in. McCartney has always made the most of her femaleness, creating clothes that work for real life. A longtime vegetarian who neither wears leather or fur nor makes her label in them, she’s gone much further than most brands to reduce her company’s carbon footprint. In a season of slogan T-shirts, she put her passions front and center. Sliced-and-diced oversize tees, dresses, and all-in-ones announced: Girls Thanks, and No Fur, No Leather. In the spirit of the season, she even sent out a couple of stretchy lace evening looks embroidered with her positive messaging; they were charming where some other attempts have felt preachy.
A woman can’t live on statement T-shirts alone, of course, and McCartney knows it. There was news on the tailoring front, which made use of corsetry detailing yet didn’t look uptight or constricting, thanks, first, to the cotton fabric she used and, second, the compensating volume she added to the rounded shoulders of jackets and in the generous proportions of her paper bag–waist trousers. A section of blanket dressing kept that relaxed, “I’ve thought about my outfit, but it isn’t the only thing preoccupying me” spirit going, as did the slouchy Ultrasuede jumpsuit and the oversize, patchworked men’s shirts. Points for the denim-look knits, as well. Eagle-eyed observers clocked McCartney’s husband, Alasdhair Willis, rocking a slick double-breasted jacket and trousers with a workwear vibe in the front row. The label inside? Stella McCartney. Her new menswear collection gets its official debut next month.


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Function and the depth and breadth of femininity have always been cornerstones of McCartney’s brand, as have her vegetarianism and eradication of all fur and leather designs in both the closets of her own personal wardrobe and those of her company. She plainly put her interests on display with jumpsuits, t-shirts, and frocks with emblazoned graphics including, “No Leather”, “No Fur”, and “Thanks Girls”. The designs were completely in your face, captivating, and a practical way to present your activism.

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But that wasn’t all the brand served up, naturally. The collection opened with whittled, corseted waists juxtaposed against capacious paper bag-waist trousers: a heck of a look if ever there was one.

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That gave way to sumptuous and effortless knits that felt completely laid-back and self-possessed simultaneously. As happens at least a few times a season with McCartney’s designs, the proportions weren’t always flattering, but the wearer will certainly feel amazing and comfortable.

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And if you’re looking for ways to wear an extra long scarf (or blanket in the brand’s case), don’t worry about wrapping it around your neck: you can just casually sport it on your shoulder like the runway instructed.

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Accessories are big business for McCartney, but many of the accoutrements on display admittedly missed the mark. Snap-accented kitten heels were dowdy at best and the shape of the retro-inspired cat eye shades may not work for most face shapes. But the wooden jewelry did play with great design, as did the sumptuous leather bags, and playful stone earrings.

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Stars like Heidi Klum and Beyoncé have gravitated towards the brand for more casual attire, thus we’ll have our eyes peeled for the exact designs they choose from this collection. The denim looks are sure to be a big hit, along with the sporty chic pieces that can easily be elevated with pumps and statement-making baubles.

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Celine Resort 2017 Collection

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Models walk the runway at the spring 2017 Céline show. Photo: Imaxtree

Models walk the runway at the spring 2017 Céline show

Designer Phoebe Philo presented Céline's spring 2017 collection on Sunday at the Tennis Club de Paris. The collection of draped, flowing gowns and structured outerwear was accented with bold flashes of Yves Klein blue — artfully highlighting feminine form — and unexpected footwear (socks with sandals and mismatched boots, for example). 

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Celine resort 2017 reveals a side of Céline and Phoebe Philo more mysterious and have many considerations in terms of luxury and splendor. Celine is a brand synonymous with luxury and well thought out, the pieces are remarkable. There is no way that the collection will be revealed in a way that totally unnoticed or unwanted. Celine resort 2017 presenting collections ranging from handbags, shoes and fashion are all extremely pretentious. Here is a collection of Celine Resort 2017.

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It seems Phoebe Philo has reached the point where she just wants her clothes to speak for themselves—because she didn’t want to say anything about them before or after her show. To alleviate any suspicion that she might be becoming a recluse, however, the designer was out front, casually milling around, saying hi as her guests took their seats. You cannot blame her for not wanting to take part in the increasingly stressful journalistic scrum, which has developed backstage, as exhausted reporters stick their iPhones in the faces of sleep-deprived designers, a rigmarole no one finds pleasant. Besides, this is no new feeling for Philo. Ever since she was a student at Central Saint Martins, she has always been the girl who stood out from the Conceptuals, and balked at having to give intellectual justifications for her work.

As it transpired, today’s setup and the clothes did speak for themselves—and for a relatable point of view on women’s lives. There was the soundtrack, to begin with: the far-off noise of city traffic, and children’s voices—a subliminal aural image of the school drop-off? Then the models started to circulate, individuals in a busy crowd, each calmly and purposefully on her own route. It wasn’t hard to see the message: This was a broad spectrum of clothes designed to make everyday life a little easier and more beautiful for lots of women.

Need a trouser suit? Then it will have a boxy tailored jacket or coat, with wide, cropped kick flares. The jacket, Philo suggests, might be worn over a long printed skirt. For a summer day dress, there were long-sleeved midis with full skirts. With them, the perfect bag for women who are embarrassed to carry an It bag—a classy, gimmick-free top-handled frame handbag, which looked as if it might have come from the Céline archive. So far, sorted out, simple guidelines for lives, which are already burdened with complications.

But what also draws women to Céline is Philo’s subtly nonconformist taste level. This time it was her brilliant color sense, which demonstrated that distinction—mint green and magenta combined in a low-waisted cotton shirtdress attached to a flowy skirt, with red boots and a bag, for example; or the offbeat shades of lemon and pink in a couple of draped, caped evening dresses. All in all, there was a sense that a Céline woman could go anywhere she needs in these clothes—to the school gate in the trainers, to a meeting in the tailoring, to a gallery opening or a cocktail party—without feeling either underdressed or overdone. It was fashion on an intuitive, clever, understanding wavelength. We know it when we see it—no explanation needed.

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Phoebe Philo’s Céline Resort 2017 collection was presented as a surprising footnote for the day. It is possible that the intent of the Creative Director was to let the fashions speak for the collection rather than creating a lot of pomp for an unveiling. One considered possibility is that the collection is not meant to be seen to the point that people are tired of seeing it before the clothes can be purchased in Céline stores.

The collection features radical proportions with specific tailoring. With nipped in waists, oversized shoulders and pants with front pleats and narrow ankles, the silhouettes aredramatic. An oversized beige trenchcoat added is a great staple and will be bring versatility to the closet. Dresses are soft yet structural still incorporation the overall essence of the collection.

What catches the eye most in the new lineup is Philo’s swaggeringly womanly tailoring. These proportions will be different on how they settle on a every body.

The shoulders are the most prominently emphasized body part. With different design details from a puff sleeve, accentuated and tailored suiting, off the shoulder details and ribbed pinning, the collection exhibits unique architectural structures bringin forth different materials to come into play.

The color palette was soft and subdued with subtle floral prints introducing the fashionista to the Spring season making a unique statement all in the styling and design of each piece.

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If I watched the Céline Spring '17 runway with my husband, he wouldn't get it. And that's a fact. Phoebe Philo's never been one to follow convention; but she does make trends, whether or not my husband believes it. What starts as a bold, crazy idea becomes a way of a dress. This season, she begins our wardrobe disruption with proportional play — oversize suit jackets with flowing bottoms of every kind, chiffon skirts that move, even leather pants that feel light and breezy, then suit pants cropped to reveal a layer of breezy sheer fabric hanging to the ankles underneath. Who would've thought such a trick adds anything to the outfit? But, watching the runway, I'm convinced it does. There's subtlety, then big brazen changes, like mismatched shoes in bright colors that feel delightfully different, not silly. It's not the stuff of sensationalized fashion, but smaller details that make you rethink what you're wearing and how you wear it. In that way, it's always an exciting show — dare I say, even a bit sexy.

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Kate Spade Ooh La La Bag Collection

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Inspired by the fashion city Paris, the Kate Spade Ooh La La Bellini bag is something extraordinary. First, it’s a ‘must have’ Valentine gift for any fashion girl; it’s beautiful, fun but still grown-up. Wear it in big cities like New York and London; stand-out from the big noisy crowd, shamelessly. Turn on your playful personality in the weekend.

When it comes to our love for Paris, it’s best to describe it as a big heart. Sophisticated and functional, made from cowhide and matching trim; it’s thick but still soft and smooth, embellished with a classy interwoven chain strap and finished with 14-karat light gold plate.

What you might love the most, special letters have been printed on the front, it reads; ‘wear your heart on your sleeve’ by Kate Spade.

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Kate Spade ooh la la is the latest collection bag is very cute and unique. Special for the holiday that brings you havin – happy with carry bag Kate Spade ooh la la. It consists of 3 collections of ooh la la makeup crossbody that have detail two pockets inside, one large and one is a zip pocket inside. Ooh la la palette makeup clutch, there are actually two event brought him a handheld, can you or you carry on your shoulder. And the last one is Kate Spade ooh la la powder puff bag which is very cute with the design.

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Christian Louboutin Shoepeaks Brass Clutch

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Christian Louboutin shoepeaks brass clutch inspired by David Lynch’s View of ‘ Twin Peaks ‘, accessories take a surreal approach. Christian Louboutin shoepeaks brass clutch new for spring-summer 2017. Minaudière juxtaposes two pump ‘ So Kate ‘ bag with red lacquered brass trim. Christian Louboutin shoepeaks brass clutch consists of two collections that accompanied its launch, Louboutin launches film and photo shoots.

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New for spring-summer 2017, Christian Louboutin unveils a clutch bag named, ‘Shoepeaks’. Inspired by the David Lynch show ‘Twin Peaks’, the accessory takes a surreal approach. The minaudière juxtaposes two ‘So Kate’ pumps as a brass bag with a lacquered red trim. Accompanying the launch, Louboutin unveiled a film and photoshoot captured by Berlin-based duo Billy & Hells.


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