11 October 2012

From Paris with Bags

Find out here which bags really stroke my attention while watching Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2013 Fashion Shows in Paris. But also some of novelties worn by people in the streets.
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CHANEL 

I like these bags made of cotton using no logo, no camelia but the shape, the color, the volume, 
the style is very Chanel. More is Less like we say. "It's for the beach" Lagerfeld explained after the 
show in the Grand Palais. "You need space for the beach towel, huh? And then you can put it into 
the sand and hang things on it."


I absolutely love this PS11 textured-leather wristlet clutch for it warm colors, modernity 
mixing casual look with chic. Even though this one was warn by a blogger and not on the runways this is the  latest addition to the collection. But another bag that will only be show in stores in November remains secret for now. Let's see how when next month little baby will come out. For now let's admire this one.

Sandra Bauknecht blogger of Sandra's closet


VALENTINO


You’ll find a lot of Rockstud in this collection, but with a line that continues to sell so well and seems to be only gaining in popularity.  The collection also contained many elegant clutches and evenings bags 
with no studs. The brand had always been flawlessly feminine under Monsieur Valentino, but 
creative directors Chiuri and Piccioli have turned it into something altogether lighter yet more youthful. 
The bags, too, have achieved a beautiful simplicity that only comes with confidence and focus 
during the design process.



LOEWE

The collection was filled with lots of lust-worthy handbags, mostly in shades of orange and tan. 
The collection’s leather goods had a safari feel to it, with saddle bags.


KENZO
Kenzo opted for energetic prints and super stylish casual garments that looked fresh and fabulous, 
perfect for the modern urban glam girl.


CHLOE

Chloe celebrates its 60 years in the business with a fresh and feminine collection.
 It has beautiful classic and pastel colors, simple and clean structures. 
The brand has also come out with their newest bag, which is the Amelia bag
A stunning shoulder bag with a flap front, jewel embellishments and resin detail.


ELIE SAAB


Elie Saab has decided that his woman should be more than the “heiress” of his show’s title. 
He wanted to see her as “an artist, a photographer or a philanthropist.”
 Lebanese designer Elie Saab was feeling monochromatic so he worked with strong royal blue,
 but also turquoise and raspberry pink.


HERMES

The stylish models strutted down the catwalk in silks, crocodile and leather. 
Birkin bags, for these traveling fashionistas, appeared to be supersized. 



Jay Arh


Known as Jonathan Riss is a belgium designer that I just glady discovered while surfing on Net-à-porter



So which one would you like to try on  and may be own?

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