Before the closing of the season, I wanna share with you my 10 best in the “Big Four” Fashion Weeks 2010 spring/summer. What about yours??
#01 Bottega Veneta, the Detail
The organza red carpet gown in red best elucidates the aesthetics in a subtle manner. Love it!!
#02 Alexander McQueen, Surreal Shoes
McQueen’s “surreal shoes” that seem to be possible only in Dali’s surrealist paintings become a reality on the runway. An absolutely compelling visual experience’s fascinated every single audience.
#03 Valentino, the Background
A delicate blend of background projection, Antony & the Johnsons’ noise pop and Valentino’s design realizes catalysis of imagination.
#04 Louis Vuitton, the Proposal
A collection which absolutely confronts the Japanese street subculture; how can we not admire Marc Jacobs’ wit ever??
#05 Miu Miu, Cat People
Putting kittens and nude women together doesn’t only awaken women’s lust for girlhood, but also point out the contradiction of the two.
#06 Celine, the Mood
That’s what “modern”s meant to be; Phoebe Philo’s revolutionary comeback collection for Celine lays the foundation for women’s fashion in the 21st century.
#07 Dior, Detective Bag
The launch of the Detective Bag, a mannish briefcase-like handbag contrasts sharply with Dior ready-to-wear collection with extensive sexy feminine lingerie references. Dior’s iconic black leather Detective Bag’s made a gesture of pride when handbags seem to be downtrending.
#08 Prada, Clear Shoes
Clear plastic shoes are Cinderella’s glass slippers; they’re also a typical costume for porn. We juz can’t get enough of Prada’s play of double meaning.
#09 Lanvin, the Collection
Alber Elbaz modifies and adds more this and that into Lanvin’s signature looks to make it a brand-new collection. This season focuses on cocktail dress design. Elbaz presents sparkling cocktail dresses from which I specially love the crystal bead jumpsuit highlighting Lavin’s eminent craftsmanship.
#10 Chanel, the Show
Lily Allen suddenly popped out of the hay from the floor with her band accompanied with the models’ a-go-go dance performing “Not Fair”s of the best entertainment at Paris Fashion Week.