Tagged spring 2010

Givenchy

Set to the haunting string music of Mozart, Givenchy was a distillation of everything that’s made Riccardo Tisci a fashion star of late…

Sonia Rykiel

Filing into the Sonia Rykiel boutique on Saint Germain felt like boarding some super-sexy airplane (like Britney’s Toxic video, but obviously a lot classier). We were ushered to our seats by impeccably groomed women in chic day suits, then greeted by handsome waiters carrying trays of pink champagne. Now, maybe it was the bubbly, or…

Ungaro

We hear that Lindsay Lohan shopped and partied before the Ungaro show, which might explain the disaster it was…

Vivienne Westwood

For fashion writers of a certain age (ahem), Vivienne Westwood is the pinnacle of all that is Good and Righteous…

Jean Paul Gaultier

Surely all those in Gaultier’s front row—Rihanna, Janet, Catherine—were guessing what (and where) the G. SPOT was…

Sophia Kokosalaki

All would have gone like fashion clockwork front row at Sophia Kokosalaki were it not for one late and very pale Leigh Lezark, whose billowy white floor-length gown over black pants ensemble—is she sinking her teeth in the vampire trend?—was certainly one way to get photographers’ attention. But Kokosalaki’s runway was another. The Greek-born designer…

Viktor & Rolf

Viktor & Rolf delivered a right jolly collection that made laugh and covet. Gone were the political statements…