Christian Dior SS’20 Couture

Who run the world? Girls, it happens Beyonce is not the only one who supports woman power, Maria Grazia Chiuri made a strong statement through her designs for the fashion house – Christain Dior. The designs of the Dior SS’20 collection was inspired by Judy Chicago, an 80-year old feminist pioneer. The glistering show expressed.

Valentino Autumn/Winter 2020 Menswear Collection

The Valentino menswear AW’20 took place in Grand Palais in Paris, the creative director of the brand Pierpaolo Piccioli was not afraid to give us bold colours, hint of florals and most dark ready to wear. He said in an interview “I like the idea of something so romantic and moving with the tailoring. It’s.

Dolce & Gabbana – Alta Sartoria’19

The Dolce and Gabbana – Alta Sartoria show took place in a museum called Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. The Museum is a hidden jewel in Milan, and was founded by Cardinal Borromeo in 1609 on the principle of “doing it for the public,” as Gabbana explained in an interview. Stefana Gabbana said “we don’t know why we.

Dior Men’s Pre-Fall 2020

The Dior Men’s pre-fall 2020 show was all things iteration and imagination, from the all American Air Jordan 1 to sport socks, designed by Kim Jones for Dior, Kim Jones is an English fashion designer who graduated from Central St Martins College of Art and Design, who made the Dior Menswear join the fray. The.

Maison Valentino’s ‘DayDream’ Couture

The Maison Valentino couture presentation was nothing but day dream – ‘Day Dream’ the theme of the show, which turned fantasy into a sartorial reality. The Maison Valentiono brand has always been known as fashion’s best dreamer, their couture collections are nothing but a sculptural purity and unparalleled colour sensibility. Their latest couture collection presentation.

Fayrouz x Green Access SS’20

The Lagos Fashion Week 2019 has finally come to a close with  Fayrouz x Green Access SS’20 presentation and here are the highlights of the day:

Bridget Awosika SS’20

The Lagos Fashion Week has started and the day 2 of the fashion event featured designers like Bridget Awosika. The brand took its inspiration from the map of Africa whereby she designed various ensemble using the the African map as part of the design, The show was filled with trends like ruffles, silk, asymmetric silhouettes,.

Louis Vuitton SS’20

Nicola Ghesquiere- the creative director of the brand Louis Vuitton earned a standing ovation with an emotional show that was a mashed up of the ’70s and the Belle Epoque(french word for ‘Beautiful Age’). The presentation was a heart felt mainly because  of the futuristic, Belle Epoque, and Art Nouveau kind of clothes delivered and.

Balmain SS’20

The Balmain SS’20 show was filled with sequins, monochromes, bold colours, fringes, pleats and if any designer can handle pleats it’s Balmain. Olivier Rousteing designed these pleats to glamorously(without making you look like a mom doing school runs or a choir mistress) compare to other designers  we saw on the Emmys award red-carpet recently. The.

Saint Laurent SS’20

The Saint Laurent SS’20 collection was filled with all black, brocade prints, animalistic prints, shorts of shorts, leather, fluidity/sequins, velvets, dark denims, asymmetrics and so on. The show was full of all things trendy and glamours(typical YSL signature) but why not go for colours especially now that we are in the season of bold colours.