adidas online shop Kardashian robbery casts grey cloud over Paris Fashion Week
Some editors raised questions about the security in a city that remains under a state of emergency following a spate of extremist attacks, and others said the heist would discourage celebrities from coming back to Paris in the future.
Then there were those who said that life in the Paris Fashion Week would continue as normal.
here are dripping in jewels. They are a great target. I bet you there going to be higher security. You not going to be seeing them walking in on their own. Who would walk around Paris on your own knowing there people casing you for your $5 million ring? Of course, in the future, they think twice about coming, she added.
Cathy Horyn, former New York Times Fashion Editor, expressed incredulity that Kardashian security detail didn avert it.
already had (celebrity accoster Vitalii Sediuk) bothering her this week. I sure she is now questioning how she could have been more careful, how she behaves,
because Kim tends to travel with more fanfare and more publicity around her, purposefully. That been part of her shtick, she said.
don think it was discouraging other celebrities from coming to Paris because Kardashian is a uniquely high profile person whose career is all about showing her personal life to the public. Everyone knows where she stays, so it easy for her to make herself the target for this kind of robbery, said Yoanna Liu, Fashion Editor of Harper Bazaar China.
Kim Kardashian, I don have millions of dollars of jewelry in my bag, said Luke Lietch of Vogue Runway.
yes it definitely something that affected the texture of fashion week. There no doubt that people have said today that it presents a bad image of Paris,
Stella McCartney Monday morning show had already exhausted fashionistas reaching for their coffee cups, but the real wake up came in the show.
It was a superb collection of 39 original looks brimming with bright, new ideas.
One of the first styles introduced a new silhouette: an exaggeratedly round shoulder with curved voluminous arms, separated stiffly from the torso in thick white fabric with a corset like waist.
It was achieved by very intricate structuring, and repeated in beige, sand and khaki in various forms.
Another key idea was the huge, dramatic drawstring on the waist of skirts adding a touch of McCartney signature utilitarian or sporty styles.
The chic looseness of the looks was also beautiful. A trapeze shaped look in off white that was back heavy flourished down the body into voluminous gathered layers that gave it a three dimensional quality.
The only drawback in the display in what was one of the best shows of the season was the series of colored printed looks, and only because they detracted from the beauty of the silhouettes. Vogue Editor Anna Wintour smiling.
It was the lipstick that launched a thousand celebrity appearances.
L hosted one of the biggest VIP soirees of the fashion season on Sunday night,
the Gold Obsession Party attended by a swathe of fashion great and good.
Naomi Campbell, Kris Jenner, Cheryl, Karlie Kloss, Doutzen Kroes and Lara Stone all posed for the camera in black and gold outfits, before partying the night away
The event celebrated the cosmetic powerhouse five Riche lipstick shades, as the company describes, in 24 Carat Gold pigments for a statement metallic lipstick look. MCQUEEN HOMAGE TO SHETLAND
rugged magic of the Scottish Shetland Islands was conjured up by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen typically dream like fashion voyage.
Models sporting narrow gossamer fine Shetland Lace dresses walked slowly down the runway tapestry of an isolated barren island.
Leather harnesses holding jingle bells, featured motifs of cockle shells, spider webs and ocean waves evoked the local traditions of the ancient archipelago.
Oversize paneled dresses were brought into life with vividly colored patches of what the designer identified as Fairisle Knit.
And local resident Shetland clans were given perhaps their first ever high fashion homage in the form of Celtic checks in sharp tailoring with a masculine edge with wild rose and thistle threadwork. It made for a complex and endearing display.
GIAMBATTISTA VALLI COLLECTION DRAWS EYES TO THE BUST
The muted colour palette of mainly black and white set the tone for lauded Italian designer Giambattista Valli low key but effective collection Monday.