Medieval and fairy tales
We are, with no surprise, totally falling for the Castelbajac collection, taking us into a magical medieval world.
Layers please !
Layers seem to be one of the big trends for next winter. We particularly loved Vivienne Westwood Red Label wearing a sequin mini skirt on a maxi shirt.
More and more military
How could we get tired of these military and officer styles ? Even more when like Balmain it mixes gold to red velvet.
A bohemian mood
Soft bohemian style with Erin Fetherston : a maxi dress with high boots and a blazer. Different styles perfectly put together.
Our hearts beat for Jean Paul Gaultier and his Mongolian Princesses. Don't you want to leave right now and explore far away countries ?
Style and snow
Who said that snow was a style killer ? This winter, we find inspiration with D&G : pattern knitted clothes with classic details will be a great pick to fight cold temperatures.
Being Jane Austen
Dior could make us want to read again all Jane Austen's books. High waist maxi dresses and top hats, will you be Mr. Darcy or Elizabeth Bennet ?
So British !
A pick of England with Hermès : bowler hats, vests and bow ties, you too can be a perfect British Dandy !
Chains, bells and punks
The Herchcovitch show was a heart stealer : rock and punk inspiration, hair jewelery made of chains, drops of amber and little bells, how not loving it ?
A few prints ...
Let's end up this quick look to next winter fashion with a few interesting prints.
Ungaro mixes leopard prints to brown and flashy colours.
Betsey Johnson found inspiration in old school style tattoos :
Last but not least, a print that will make you smile with Giles Deacon and these expressive little clouds :