Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Day 1- March 4th AW15 PFW

Bonjour my darling Pariee!
Day 1, March 4th
Alexis Mabille
Alexis Mabille showed us what Paris fashion week is really about, Parisian chic of course.
These divine pastels are delightful and welcomed. Paris runways are known for excelling in the incorporation of all trends whether this is through cuts, texture or of course that inner alter ego. Despite holding one wonderful vision the creativity and spectrum of diversity within this runway was to a unprecedented level.
There is a look for every fashionista. The only issue is, we want to try them all. 

Dries Van Noten
The anticipation of the autumnal equinox was too much to handle once we were exposed to the Dries Van Noten runway. Khakis, midnight blues and burnt out oranges created laid back, effortless edge -worthy of street style status. These looks combine practicality with all the best trends for AW15. Too often we layer for a little warmth rather than embracing our maximum style potential.
Dries Van Noten has eliminated this temptation ad provided the best possible solution.

Vionnet
These pieces maybe runway ready, but they are also red carpet ready.
This is what Pariee really is about, the mixing of textures the presentation of materials and sleek sophistication. I fell in love with the entire runway and it was virtually impossible to choose my favourite out of these very different looks. Whether you opt for captivating capes or tantalising tassles, the only thing you will look will be head to toe flawless. 
Rochas

Pussybows, sheer & Pariee.
This is the criteria for a phenomenal collection, my ideal collection.
Ravishing Rochas just succeeded in creating this.
Bravo, to yet another designer that has the ability to surprise this season!
The spotlight is on you.


After a few quiet days darlings things are going to get a little crazy as we embark on our final fashion week, and our favourite city of course. Which was your favourite runway today? It has to be Rochas runway for me! 

Join me tomorrow for
Roland Mouret, Carven, Ann Demulemeester, Balmain and Lanvin.
You will not want to miss this.

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Monday, 2 March 2015

Day 6- March 2nd AW15 MFW





Day 6, March 2nd
Giorgio Armani

Today was the final day of Milan and there was only one runway show that we wanted to talk about. Giorgio Armani was as fabulous as ever. Flawless prints, divine cuts and darling colours were incorporated to create the most mesmerising looks any front row fashionista could possibly dream of. There was no clear cut trend that showed an overwhelming dominance within this collection, except for a phenomenal vision of course. The presence of work wear has been a little overwhelming this season and it was only right that this was how Milan fashion week was brought to a close. A Milano touch on classic styles gave us nothing but head to toe elegance. 

Three fashion cities down, one to go darlings.
Tomorrow we have our first and only break in fashion month as there are 
no runway shows scheduled.
Join me Wednesday for the magical Pariee.


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Two years- Ooohlalaa it's fashion

                                             


                                              On March 2nd 2013 I created a blog.
A blog to share my admirations and inspirations surrounding the fashion industry.
Two years later Ooohlalaa it's fashion is a success, and I could not thank you enough darlings.

From my styling posts, to wishlists, best dressed lists 
 and runway exclusives every one have you have shown overwhelming support.

Being a fashion blogger is a dream. It allows me to express myself through the channel of fashion and style whilst expanding my knowledge of a demanding industry that is constantly changing.
Extensive writing, late nights and endless research is all worth it when I see the interest my readers show and the impact it has on their own style.

All I have to say is thank you.
Thank you to every one of you fashionista's who share my love of styling,
interest of fashion and strive for success.
Here's to many more years.
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Sunday, 1 March 2015

Day 5- March 1st AW15 MFW

Day 5, March 1st
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana are masters.
This runway was dedicated to mothers of the world and saw supermodel mums, such as Ashleigh Good and baby Emilia, dominate the runway. The likes of Karlie Kloss were also there to present this phenomenal collection and celebrate motherhood. As always Dolce & Gabbana thrived on it's regal status with rich gold embellishments and the incorporation of rose bud prints. These pieces are the pieces of Queens who are ready to exert their power and deliver. This runway gives you the confidence to do so.
The colours were divine, the cuts mesmerising and the collection- beyond describable. 

Marni
 Belts are central and statement making in yet another amazing Marni collection. This runway is one that excels during the autumnal months with the use of blush, browns and greys to create some of the chicest pieces we will ever lay our eyes on. What I adored most was the use of snake skin (boots and accessories), one of the most striking patterns alongside the brilliance of crisp winter white.

Missoni
Marvellous Missoni remains one of my Milano favourites.
These pieces are breathtaking and are unlike any other collection we have seen over the past three weeks. Magenta, tangerine and turquoise are unusual yet delightful colours to enter the Autumn/Winter season, we can only hope to see more of them throughout the remainder of fashion month.Jackets are tailored and oversized but the pieces that lay underneath are fitted and luxurious. Even the most structured and sophisticated outfits need a touch of laid back street style sass. 

Trussardi
These women are doing nothing but killing it.
Talk about fierce (and the return of darker than dark lips).

Salvatore Ferragamo
 These pieces are every fashionista's dream.
These are the ensembles that the likes of  starlets such as Miranda Kerr wear as they effortlessly grace the best dressed list. The cuts, dynamic prints and all over design are carefree yet powerful and have an overwhelming catwalk presence. The colours provide an insight into next season's trend report and the prominence of capes are ultimately a dream.
 MSGM
If there is a runway that can surprise us it is that of MSGM, unpredictable at it's finest.
These bold colours fall nothing short of beautiful and the over the top exaggeration of the added bows and excessive materials are too die for. Who would have thought navy and lemon, pink and orange or even yellow and orange would ever combined? These pieces maybe a little retro and a little experimental, but their show stopping presence certainly pays off. 
 

Which was your favourite darlings?
What a day! Dolce & Gabbana were flawless once more and the focus of their
runway was everything.

Join me tomorrow for the last day of Milano with Giorgio Armani and DSquared2.

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Saturday, 28 February 2015

Day 4- February 28th AW15 MFW

Day 4, February 28th
Roberto Cavalli
Do you remember the Roberto Cavalli SS15 ready to wear runway? Of course you do. AW15 just got even better. Roberto thrives on flamboyance but in the most sophisticated way. The colours, the cuts and the characters that fill these darling ensembles are eccentric and exquisite. Each piece is as striking as the other and has the ability to dominate the runway in it's own right. Ombre is back and the entry of ruffles and pussy bows are a welcome sight. These alter egos strike me as Parisian and fantastical, despite being on the Milan runway of course. They are radiant in every aspect and flawless from head to toe. 

Bottega Veneta
   
Tremendous teal is back on the runway and it's vibrance is as divine as it will ever be. Teal is understated in it's beauty yet phenomenal in it's presence. I love the extended shoulders within this collection and a new take on collar lines. The dynamic prints and patterns are simplistic yet a success.

 Emilio Pucci
Emilio Pucci is a red carpet favourite and this runway shows us why. It is inevitable that we will find pieces as such, killing it at the Cannes film festival in May. These are elegant and and breathtaking. Instead of solely relying on floor length gowns, Emilio excels in seamlessly sassy. Each piece has a personality of it's own and obtains the energy to perfect a whole look without extensive accessorising. Look four is an iconic shape and style for this fashion house and we have seen it repeatedly on the red carpet. The likes of Kim Kardashian, Miranda Kerr, and Gwyneth Paltrow are all beloved wearers of this brand, showing it's renown, iconic status within the industry. 

Jil Sander
So serious, so simplistic but more importantly so powerful.

Today may have been a little quiet on today's runway but both the Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli show were here to liven things, and oh and did they deliver.
Which was your favourite?

Join me tomorrow for Marni, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferrragamo, MSGM and Missoni- Sunday's are always the best! 


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