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In no particular order, here's to my top five jackets of the moment:
1. Celine's leather bikie-chic jacket at £3,040. I love the sewed lines and the typical 80s, triangle shaped flap coming off the zip.
3. Sonia Rykiel's Mongolian trimmed wool jacket at £1,270. I could fight off the slightest sign of winter with this wool wonderland (..of a jacket). I love the abstract fur collar!
4. Calvin Klein's leather/boucle jacket at £1,865. Talk about 80s revival. Loving the sharp shoulder's a la Balmain.
5. Lastly Alexander Wangs denim and leather 90s comeback jacket at £618. I'm pretty sure I'd be the baddest kid on the block in this bad boy. Just beat it! RIP MJ.
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One of my favourite French website's is 'Do it in Paris'. It's a guide to Paris by Parsienne's and has all the juicy hints that us non-Parisienne's don't know! I love their cute drawings where they integrate Christian Dior, Chanel, Chloe accessories and apparel. Stunning!
Now to the opposite end of the spectrum: white! I've loved Elie Saab for quite some time and this collection is classic yet light and youthful. Again, I adore the higher hemlines and the airy feel created by the use of wool, feathers and embellishment.
Image Credits: Le Figaro
I would have to say that this is the most precise collection Valentino has done since, Mr.Valentino left the helm. I loved the lace embellishments on both the dresses and fascinators. The shortness of the dresses added a optimistic, girl vibe to the collection.
Yes, there was no other colour aside from black, but it emulated the essence of Couture - exclusive, unique and oh so decadent!
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