The lady in red optimizes the Fall Trends translated by Lanvin designer Alber Elbaz. I’m a realist,” declared Alber Elbaz. “I thought with my heart about what women need from fashion—dresses, suits, blouses, coats. Life isn’t just parties and lunches.” It seems that he took a page out of a 40’s film stars closet and turned it retro.
This season its all about gloves, sequins, draping and the “it” shoe.
Mr. Elbaz’s pays attention to a women’s shape, he cut’s the fabric, and drapes it just in the right places, subtle knots, and bunchy bows, makes the modern day women pay attention to how she leaves the house. The street turns into her own personal catwalk with Lanvn on her back. The perfect armor to start her day with the right shoes and outfit that is the Parisian house of Lavin through the eyes of Mr. Elbaz’s giving her confidence and boy do we need it these day’s.
Feathers in the hair, pumps with sparkling heels, coats in washed cloth and skirts in metallic wool. These are the things Fall are made of. A naturally draped dress is worn like a long evening sweater. Napa gloves, box-shaped bags, ankle boots. A coat in washed whipcord, worn with a fox stole and a matte python clutch. Black lava-effect fabric studded with silver.
Bib necklaces studded with XL cabochons for a city-ethnic look, strings of bulb-sized pearls and metal tubes as protection for urban warriors. Ladies we are ready for the world. How many of you wish you could lock Alber Elbaz in your closet and demand him to dress you?