My previous post was about the shows, the collections and inspirations. Now this post is dedicated to the outfits I was wearing and the things I’ve been doing between and around the shows. Being at Paris Fashion Week means to me that I can let my creativity go all the way and dress in the most fun ways that I like. Nothing is exaggerated and there is no dress code. Just show your flow!
I made a picture dairy with short desciptions, see below:
In mijn vorige post ging het over de shows die ik gezien heb. In deze post laat ik je graag zien wat ik droeg tijdens deze inspirerende week. Het bijwonen van PFW betekend voor mij dat ik al mijn creativiteit kwijt kan in mijn outfits, niets is te gek en er is geen dress code. Dit resulteert in de lookjes hieronder 🙂
Just after arrival in pretty Paris
Outfit before the show of Barbara Bui. (a bit sweet & sour 🙂 or just call it lemonade..)
Top & Skirt Marc Cain, Bag Karl Lagerfeld
What I was wearing to Issey Miyake and Chalayan (yup, socks in shoes are still a YES)
credit Daniel Waks
(dress & socks Asos, shoes Zalando, Bag Maje, Sunglasses D&G)
Working on new posts between te shows
Just after the show of Haider Ackermann (not my best shot but hey! there is an Eiffel tower behind me on the picture! 😉 )
Dress Spijkers & Spijkers, Shoes Dune by Asos, Bag Karen Millen.
Stunning buildings in Paris
My look for the show of John Galliano (I created this sweater *little proud* )
credit: Jaimy Corcos
Bag Maje, trousers Asos (old), sweater self made, shoes Ted baker.
Wearing the finale dress of previous season of Leonard Paris for their show (*felt like a princess for a day*)
After the show of Leonard Paris I was interviewed for BFM tv and World Fashion Channel (hope I didn’t say anything stupid, happens sometimes..)
Credits: Grégory Gué
I feel so honoured that my styles got published at ELLE UK, VOGUE Italia and others! (*jumping around*)
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