Like when you’re high on drugs, the streets were high on couture last week in Paris. It’s particularly heady since it’s us mortal’s only chance to see some couture on actual people, on actual streets. As for the non-haute part of Couture fashion week street style; well that’s just my Christmas.
On today’s episode of shoes that are ugly as f.ck and can be worn in many different even uglier ways, I present you Céline Spring /Summer 2014 tie up sandals or as I’d like to call them, the caterpillars. And just like any other ugly shoe Phoebe Philo introduced to our world, we should jump on the train before it leaves for good. Can’t afford / find Céline ones? Kurt Geiger has an awesome alternative that you can buy here.
Though my club is really exclusive for gentlemen; gentlemen who are so impecabbly stylish they make you want to change gender or hit the streets with banners yelling “why can’t you all dress like this, dudes?!”. Let’s salute 70 best looks of London, Milan and Paris Men’s Fashion Weeks & Pitti Uomo.
I’m sure by this point no one wants to listen to yet another lecture on how to achieve the effortless Parisian style, how it’s all about the attitude and how you should keep it low key bla bla bla… One (or in this case 30) pictures are worth a thousand words, so let’s lose ourselves in the details of Paris Men’s fashion week street style.
And he created men so that they can have a street style week in Milan where the aforementioned women showcase their unrivalled, unequalled street style (usually) completed with flats or classic super sexy pumps that go great with their stork legs. I lived for a year in Milan, you don’t know the pain of the jealousy…
The new knot can be described as a new technique of tying two ends of any shirt, sweater, coat, cardigan, dress, scarf etc in any other way than the traditional hip tie or over both shoulders tie. My favorites? One over the shoulder one under the armpit knot and the shirt turned into a bustier knot.