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something good can work: Isabel Marant s2012

Isabel Marant spring2012
Girls story. It seems that high glamour won't convince Isabel Marant either for next spring. 
I like that she combines anything short, appealing and rock&rollish with knit jerseys and relaxed summer 
pieces; it always makes it look stronger and usable. Comfortable inspiration. 

- weather in Paris is perfect = I had to cut out all the (fashion week) outfits that included pants or sweaters. I like though. 
- Balmain looked a little like this, multiplied 3 times in sophistication. So good. Already set 3 favorite looks on the wallpaper. 
- I'm becoming too satisfied with this new season. What about you? 

dolce vita & sparkling gabbana

I was dressed in this gorgeous Dolce&Gabbana piece to attend their big show last week in Milan (ps. One of the best venues, collection, finale and the whole  show for sure this season!)
I'm still amazed by this dress. I never pictured that a dress with longeur below the knee would beat so many little dresses I  normally like so much. 
Dolce&Gabbana F/W2011 sequined dress, Prada shoes,  Vintage bag

browsing sun

I was looking at summer pictures and realized that escaping to an all-year-summer-paradise suddenly seems like a perfect idea... not a plan yet though, but looking at those pictures freshens me up. Probably influenced too by the fact of seeing so many spring/summer shows.

Under the sea: Versace SS12 details

all pictures by me
Little mermaid meets Donatella Versace. The show in Milan  was perfection made under the sea. I liked so much the way the collection felt so vibrant to everyone, and that also transmited somehow a really happy mood about it. This show reaches all my expectatives of a perfect mermaid dress. Versace has always had this Medusa motiff, and these themed detailed dresses either from a coral reef or from down under the sea, are representing well Donatella's personality. Complimenti Versace! 
Landed yesterday in beautiful Paris, so today's plans are just to arrange things for the fashion week here and enjoy friend's company.  The best way to start the week.
PS.I have to apologize for the lack of posting this weekend!  In Milan only the ipad was working with internet and had camera lense issues (all good now!) 

Twelve Months Til Christmas

For most people, the holiday season is over and done with. Christmas decorations have been put back into storage, the tree has been disposed of, and New Year's resolutions are probably starting to crumble in the face of reality.
For arts entrepreneurs, however, the situation is quite different. If their plans are not already set in stone, now is the time of year when they try to figure out what they can do to boost box office sales in December of 2011.
For some people, it's a no-brainer:
  • Ballet companies have December blocked off as Nutcracker season.
  • Symphony orchestras and choral groups know that December is the season for performances of Handel's Messiah.
  • Gospel performances of Black Nativity will no doubt be held in several cities.
  • Numerous performances of The Santaland Diaries (by David Sedaris) will dot the cultural landscape.
  • The Rockettes will undoubtedly appear in another Christmas spectacle at Radio City Music Hall.
  • Some regional opera companies may be considering a production of Humperdinck's Hansel und Gretel.
  • Nearly a dozen cities will stage some version of the Christmas Revels.
  • Many regional theatre companies will revive their productions of A Christmas Carol.
  • The Kinsey Sicks will probably be performing their holiday show, Oy Vey In A Manager in some unlucky major metropolis.

While limited-run productions of shows like Irving Berlin's White Christmas and Elf pop up from time to time, a recent posting by Jason Zinoman in the ArtsBlog that appears in the New York Times bemoaned the lack of sentimental new works that could beef up December's box office receipts. As Zinoman explained:



Before I start posting anything else, here are some other photos from what I wore at D&G. 
Tomorrow early I'll definitely find more time to browse into the camera files and post the favorite looks of the shows. There should be probably at least a hundred.. but I'll do. Yes, before packing to Paris again!!
Dolce&Gabbana sequined blazer, vintage shirt, Gianfranco Ferré pants, Roberto Cavalli clutch, Prada shoes ( I'm sure after so many times I don't need to tag these shoes anymore. They just turned out to be the most useful shoes I've had in a long time)
images via,,

PS1-Thanks to the persons sending links where I appear, I appreciate it!
PS2- Picturing this blazer with small black shorts, Louboutin stilettos and disco theme. I'd like it, hair down. 

avant Moschino

I love Italy. Everytime I come here (specially for the Fashion week), I remember the perfect times I always spend. This picture was taken when I was on my way to the Moschino show by my friends at Stockholm streetsyle.  I can't wait to share the news about the shows I've been attending (Versace yesterday was an amazing mermaid's tale!) 
 Now I'm off to a Versace event, then Frankie Morello, Just Cavalli and ending with Moschino Cheap&Chic. So excited to see them all. 
I'm wearing shoes by BCBCMaxAzria, pencil skirt by D&G , shirt by Versace, Prada sunglasses, and bag by Mulberry

D&G scarves: Spring/ Summer 2012

I think everyone at the show yesterday was absolutely satisfied, because it was a pure statement of  Dolce&Gabbana. Stefano and Domenico went back to the archives to choose the most beautiful scarves and transformed them into a complete collection of glamourous and classy cocktail dresses. We're still on with prints for the next season! I'll keep in mind those silky printed shoes and golden coin earrings, definitely.
D&G spring summer 2012

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D&G in Dolce&Gabbana

Really quick post.Arriving to the D&G show wearing Dolce.
 ( How amazing is this blazer?)see you later!
Image via dolcegabbana twitter

Café Café

Before starting with the already exciting week forecast for Milan, I really wanted to share these photos.
I like the way this look is playful and somewhat in the edgy line, I enjoy staying in that line.
This Chloé vintage shirt-dress is the a perfect detailed little dress, it screams such a good mood from the one that
designed it. Big booked agenda in Milan!
MiuMiu ss2010 satin shoes, Chloé vintage shirt-dress, Agnès b. shorts, American Apparel thigh highs, Shu Ueumura eyelashes

velvet necklace

Alexander Wang boots, diy velvet necklace
lately I've been having this thing for putting almost every color variation or velvet ribbons around my neck. The result...probably feeling a little bit between a dog and an ultra sexy femme. J'adore!
Just finished my TWO suitcases for Milano Fashion week.Tomorrow will be a long day, Ciao and see you in Italy! 


 Acne Spring/Summer 2012
 Fresh, bright and glittery. 


BCBGMaxAzria shoes
I've been lusting for a pair of Alaïa's just like these.In the meantime these BCBG's will definitely do the job. I love finding the last pair of shoes in the store, in your size, and on sale!  

Bold shouldered

I'm liking so much  the fact that  MiuMiu and Louis Vuitton remarked  a lot of the 40's vibe this season, keeping the vintage so modern. This Chanel blazer suits a lot 
that type of look.
Time to start packing for Milan Fashion Week!
Chanel vintage blazer, American Apparel leggings, Gerbe tights, Helmut Lang t-shirt, Frankie Morello shoes, American Apparel leather clutch


Burberry loafers, Zara pants, vintage denim shirt, Ray ban sunglasses
Addicted to these Burberry patent loafers lately!

so far, so good: prabal and zac

Prabal Gurung ss 2010 rtw
Zac Posen ss 2012 rtw
Bravo for both designers!


It instantly cheers me up to see a beautiful dress. It doesn't 
have to do with trends, or designers. It is more about a 
garment that naturally belongs to women. 
This vintage Balmain dress,  from the 70's, is created perfectly;
 it's handmade work,  the inserted crystals, the huge amount of
  fabric and the tailoring. I admire it and am impressed by 
every detail in it. It is really what couture represented back 
in those decades.

This post makes me remember that I started the blog for my honest
 passion and admiration for everything within the fashion 
industry, and for the willing to express my own voice (and of course have some fun!). I'm really 
thankful, happy and satisfied because until today, I still 
continue making Chicmuse for the same reason, and I thank you for
 being here and letting me share with you what I truly like!
Pierre Balmain vintage dress