So, this could be the last of these mini reviews for a while. I will highlight some of the shows that I need to, in great length, some other time. For now, here are reviews of some shows.
LOUIS VUITTON. Well, it certainly has helped that Marc Jacobs is there. I mean, a company built on a monogram can get a little unstable at times. Nevertheless, Vuitton is doing very well and this collection helped to prove that. All of the shapes were meant for real women - not just the 17-something models that strut down the catwalk, today. Jacobs used actual adults that had the shape of a real woman's body in the show. That seems to be the statement, this season. All of the clothes were pretty. Not dynamic, not chic, not modern - pretty. We need some of that on the runway, don't we? The only complaint I have is that the collection is way too similar to his own fall collection. This is something that I have been noticing for a while now, about Jacobs's work for Louis. It seems to look too much (almost identicle) to what he does for his own label. Other than that, good collection for sensible women.