'Paris, je t'aime' Features a Series of Very Different Dramatic Looks

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 8, 2013 • References: benjaminkanarekblog
Consistency between the many ensembles of 'Paris, je t'aime' is not maintained by like colors, textures or even styles; the striking spreads form a cohesive collection by the drama that each outfit embodies. The Yo Dona editorial showcases what's coming for Spring and Summer 2013, featuring some pieces that have been inspired by vintage fashion and others that are as fresh as April air.

The stunning Vanessa Hegelmaier models 15 remarkably different looks before a backdrop of off-white walls. You'll be seeing stripes in a bold trench coat by Balmain; meanwhile, another jacket by Loewe will undoubtedly catch your eye with its elaborately patterned surfaces of laser-cut leather. Some ensembles, such as the bell-shaped wool dress, exhibit firm structure, while the Givenchy tunic and the Stella McCartney combo seduce with a light, breezy and diaphanous effect. Fierce flavor is exuded by the lengthy Rochas skirt of vivid rose and maroon, and the eyes are utterly dazzled by a sequinned jacket by Hedi Slimane. Benjamin Kanarek's 'Paris, je t'aime' demonstrates the great diversity and thread theatrics that look so fabulous this year. Stats for Spectacular Spring Fashions Trending: Older & Buzzing
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