Nothing but spring, happiness and enthusiasm. We've been dreaming of walking on the streets wearing only fluid dressed for such a long time and finally the dream came to reality. We can finally say goodbye to heavy jackets and play with spring outfits as much as we want. And since we don't have so much time to go shopping and dedicate a full day to this so consuming, but marvelous activity, we have decided to reset our schedule and habits and spend some quality time doing what women love most, shopping online. Till now we had some favorites and the list was pretty strict, but now we have a new favorite - Alexia Luxury Shop.
Get framed, baby and forget everything about that era when wearing eyeglasses was not quite socially acceptable. We are all obsessed with fabulous accesories and stylish frames and we all know how hard it is to find the right pair. Sometimes we tend to avoid that moment when we simply have to decide and go to a specialist to test our eyes and to get the eyeglasses we obviusly need (since we can hardly read or drive the car), but the big news is that you can find all the answers in one place, Optiblu.
Every time we go back to Paris we remember our first visit together to the city of lights. Five years ago, two young and enthusiastic girls decided to discover every little secret of this city and since they didn't have enough time to discover the most important treasure, the fashion industry, they decided to get back. It is not what Paris gave to us but what it did not take from us, that was important, and that is our partnership. Most of you probably do not know our shy beginnings when we first stepped into the Fashion Week 'world'...
With this beautiful spring the excitement, the adrenaline and the positive mood popped up instantly. Now that we are back in Bucharest, working like two workaholics we are, we miss our last day in Paris, when the fashion week seemed much animated and sunny. What you have to know is that we are counting the days till our next trip which will be very soon in April, but till then stay tuned, enjoy the spring and our next fabulous projects.
We are kind of sure that you've already seen these outfits, but we had to post the photos we took with our beloved Josefina in Jardin des Tuileries after the Tsumori Chisato show. For those who do not know, Tsumori Chisato is a Japanese designer. She worked for Issey Miyake till 1990 when she had her debut at Tokyo Fashion Week. Her FW Collection is a statement of colors and shapes. Nice cuts and textures...
Paris Fashion Week was this time something absolutely different than our usual Paris trips. The weather suprised us big time and it completely ruined our outfits, but when you start your day at Le Bristol you tend to forget everything and just enjoy the moment. Paris Fashion Week was shorter than usual, but so focused on events and meeting that we almost didn't have time to crave after the showS we've missed. All in all the first day was dedicated to Pollini by Nicholas Kirkwood event and thanks to this, our day got brighter.
Our last day at MFW was indeed absolutely fabulous. It started with Ermanno Scervino, continued with Roberto Cavalli show, and was immediately followed by a visit to Studio Zeta, which we prefer to call heaven of clothes on earth - and believe us, we are not exaggerating at all. And as we had one of the most cutest guides on earth, Salar, the designer of Salar Milano, the tour came as a perfect gift, before a very long visit at White Fashion Fair where we met Roberto Collina and some other italian designers we fell in love with.
Back from Paris and ready for some office work, we found on our desks one of our dearest magazines. Marie Claire, white tulips and two cups of espresso - the perfect treat for two exhausted ladies. As a friend used to say, no matter how is the weather outside, there will always be spring in your hearts and homes and so it was when we saw the article freshly published in Maria Claire Romania! And everything thanks to a fabulous team.
|Paris street style with Diana Enciu and Alina Tanasa fashion bloggers wearing Pollini women shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood at Paris Fashion Week 2014 in Le Bristol Hotel.|
How to start your first day in Paris during fashion week? Very simple. Ignore the rain, enjoy the Pollini by Nicholas Kirkwood gift you've just received in your hotel room, dress up in a hurry and go to Le Bristol hotel to discover the fall-winter 2014 collection. This season Pollini continues to expand on its daytime offering, a natural progression for the brand known for its modern approach to wearable fashion and its aesthetic for practical yet polished footwear.
Support Marie Claire's campaign! On March 8th, International Women's Day, Marie Claire magazine is taking action by bringing together Internet users from around the world on social media platforms using the hashtag #womenwishes. Every tweet counts! So let's help them ladies! 1 TWEET, 1 WISH!
Yes, we know it's a late post, but with all the fuss with Paris, Milan, Chisinau and Bucharest flights and with a full schedule, we really didn't manage to keep you updated as we wanted to. So here it is, a quite late post with our outfits during Milan Fashion Week, from the day we have attended the Etro and Iceberg shows. Hope you like them and hope you will start following Josefina Andres, one of the most talented street style photographers.
The new Louis Vuitton collection by Nicolas Ghesquière surprised everyone. Hope you enjoyed the designer's debut as much as we did. Stay tuned to read more about Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2014/2015 Collection.
Between Milan Fashion Week and Paris Fashion Week a miracle happened and the race between shows and meetings was simply canceled by a very nice experience we had in Chisinau, Moldova. It was a pleasure to be invited as special guests at the opening of one of the most fabulous places in town and as we are absolutely obsessed about lifestyle experiences, we found this break more than welcome and as we had two incredible days we couldn't wait to write about our experience with MORPHO - Fabulous Desserts & Macarons.