The Grand Palais is a stunning place for venues. Its’ grand entrance symbolizes great achievements, and so do they in fashion. Standing outside Issey Miyake I caught my eye on this woman from Elle US. Embellished with bangles and rings, her arm and hand was ornamented with great pieces of bold attitude. Yet done right, it did not go overboard, but instead, it leant towards a classy chic place. It is at that point that sophistication grows and bling is no longer that, but arm candy and statement jewelry. Sometimes, more is more.
Some moments are precious. In a soft sway with the wind and as her blue hair and draped cape fell to the floor, I was compelled to snap that moment in color. Purity in unison.
Audrey Hepburn once said “I believe in Pink”, and so does Susie Bubble. On a creative pink vest, the details of an imaginary backpack not only creates an illusion, but it adds to that wonderful Susie energy that she is known for. In pink and chic. After all, not all can be black or white.
Dramatic title perhaps as I wasn’t even a teen when Katy Perry first came out, but the surreal factor still hits on. Seeing myself unexpectedly caught in the middle of a papparazzi crowd, while standing at the Tuilleries, I saw a daze of blue. A true in fraganti moment, Katy Perry in blue.
Ok, perhaps a bit of a lie.yet although not all in black, it’s the darker setting in style that caught my eye. In a dark laced dress, high heels with bow details, netted nettings, and loads of confidence, the perfect Paris look is not always the loudest. Composure is key.
Few brands are as detail-oriented as Balenciaga. Following their exclusive line, on their show date, boys in Balenciaga stood outside, as car doormen. Not sure if it was the unison in their outfit, the fact that they were there, or a combination of it all, but it simply added to the allure that involves the line. Totally Balenciaga.
I’m a man of association. I associate one thing to the next, and so on. Standing outside Ann Demeulemeester, I found this color combo. Besides from finding the beauty in the Alexander Wang flagging skirt, there was a sense of inspiration. This is what I envision the Statue of Loberty would wear if she was into fashion. Sort of comical, but quite liberating.
Hidden beauty is underestimated. Less is more. Beauty in the small details. No matter, how you call it, simplicity proves to be just as effective, at times, in pulling out the best in people’s features. A pony tail outside Balenciaga: ever so simple, yet ever so gracious.
Sometimes text just doesn’t help. Some smiles don’t need an explanation. Happy to capture such beautiful moment.
Somethings are as simple as white and black. Here, through a Givenchy skirt outside of Balenciaga, unite and divide. Small details in string statements.