I like the way I dress. Pretentious? No! It is true that as a designer of fashion accessories (sewing buttons and original jewelry), I enjoy it and let myself be carried by my inspiration to wear what I LOVE or what suits me! So today I take you in MY world of avant-garde fashion and its cutting-edge designers!
Stella McCartney, authentic style
Because it’s never easy to be the girl of … I’m pushing an open door (French expression that speaks for itself) but it is so true. Especially when you’re a vegetarian and being a vegetarian 20 years ago was so ‘unfashionable’, she stood up. Already in 1998, despite taunts, she assumed her position! Stella IS herself. In addition to her beliefs about the animal world (which I share at 300%) and a responsible human behavior, she has this talent of pure forms, feminine curves. Try a trench or sweater, you will see. In fact, it’s a perfection to any test!
With BUTTONS PARADISE, innovation rhymes with preservation. If you mix high quality recycled leather and stylish vintage buckles, then the bracelet you wear is Highly Fashionable. And if even though the road is still long to reach with a faux leather the quality of a real leather with the perfect softness with the conditions of 100% eco-responsible manufacturing, my objective is there and the work is work.
Delpozo, a Balenciaga of lyric poetry
Never has the color been so important with Delpozo. No doubt this approach is meant to better remember THE Spanish beauty. Form-wise, we could think of Courrèges or Cardin. But again, nothing matches the style of Josef Fonc who orchestrates the design of the brand for almost five years. He cares about the primary colors as no one else in addition to the art of carving our ultra-feminine forms for our greatest pleasure!
In addition, he diverts the accessory jewelry. Like BUTTONS PARADISE, the belt buckle becomes a necklace adornment!
Finally and by far, what I like in the spirit of this style is respect for the cut. It is natural and flatters the silhouette like nobody.
Marni, thoughtful fashion excess
For me, Marni is the realm of sophistication. A paradox however when you know the minimalist fashion style of this Italian brand. I like this oversized look, this eccentric style to the extreme. Marni is this kind of happy fashion that we love or hate. Because the brand does not do by half measures.
But above all, with Marni, there is always a respect for THE manufacturing: the garment, in addition to be cutting-edge is robust. Unlike others (I will not name anyone !!!!), Marni voluntarily makes ostentatious excess. I like the excess when it is is crazy, funky and elegant. So long live the style with a big S.
Vanda Jacintho, fashion with sculpted accents
No, Vanda Jacintho has nothing to do with Marni, even though its design is ultra-minimalist. With this Brazilian designer, it is all about smoothed lines. Initially, the brand launched with a line of Bauhaus new style jewelry made of noble materials such as horn and mother-of-pearl.
Then, Vanda Jacintho quickly asserted itself in the avant-garde ready-to-wear. With its flamboyant colors, its contrasts and its soberly carved lines, it affirms a free and current fashion.
A pure delight where the button and the fashion accessory are transcended into extraordinary jewelry.
Dries Van Noten, ode to the eclectic woman
With Dries, I do not know about you, but I’m flying…! Everything Dries does and touches is an alchemy of materials and magic to celebrate femininity. Ditto for his masculine line I also love. And here too, the button is displayed at the jewel rank!
Finally, there is a talented French designer that I cannot fail to mention for his genius and his passion: Jean-Paul Gautier! JPG is a sweet blend of high fantasy and haute couture geometry. He creates and transcends fashion in a world apart. A joyful, elegant style with a refinement constantly renewed. Besides, I cannot wait to discover his freak show at the Folies Bergères! This will be interesting to watch…
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