- Paul Smith: "Less Structered", thats how Tim Blanks reviewed this collection with hints of late sixties. Bohemian-Punk for me, i think you know how much i love Paul Smith since the post i did of the brands fall 2010 show wich i discovered in one of those lazy sunday evenings, and this was no exception as i still like most of the pieces here, specially the tie-dyed look ones and the pussy bows. (Favorite looks below).
- Hermès: A very bright, light, free collection of new basics, called "Hybrid Clothing" by the houses creative director Veronique Nichanian. Hints of Emerald green appeared in suede leather shirts, and a pair of shoes. Great Collection. (Favorite looks below).
- Dior Homme: Simpleness at its best, with a printed almost invisble "Lessness" cloth with the invitation, guests must know what Kris Van Assche was up to. I loved the way how the cloth almost levitated as the model walked down the runway, it felt so light and calm. I also loved how the sleeveless tee's/vest/top drapped on every model thin framme, and how casual and de-preocupied everything felt. (Favorite looks below).
- Balenciaga: "Futuristic Sport" -WWD dot Com review. I could not have said it better, thats the only way to describe this collection. (Favorite looks below).
*sorry if you feel like there is something missing in this post, im not feeling ok right now, im some sort of sick*