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October 2, 2012

Paris Fashion Week may not be filled with glamor like Milan, but it is full of high fashion street-style-worthy outfits. It's like, (NY + London) x 397690238467923848576 though. It's just great. There are also more shows each day than Milan. So, prepare for the long posts! Oh, I also saved a very amazing collection for a solo post later.

Texture texture texture at Damir Doma...

Damir Doma

Duo-tones and midsections at Guy Laroche...

Guy Laroche

I'm a bigger fan of Alexis Mabille's couture collections than RTW, but these are cool too..

Alexis Mabille

Rue du Mail

A gorgeous lesson in pattern/geometry play at Felipe Oliveira Baptista. They are all PERFECTly mixed.

Felipe Oliveira Baptista

Triplet!!!!! Check out how great these separates are!!!!!


We'll end the day with some Gareth Pugh drama. :) The entire collection is full of it that tells a story of a fierce lady. I'm really hoping to see someone wearing that last all-red outfit to an award show. Crossing my fingers...

Gareth Pugh


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