April 28, 2011

100 % minimal

Bags, shoes and belts reduced to a minimum

Back to basics. That seems to be the watchword of the designers for this winter. The trends are relaxed for chromatic restraint not have to see the invasion of the camel color in our closets-linear silhouettes and functional clothes that shun any artifice.
Accessories are not going to be less and join the crusade to regain some sanity and relaxation in dress. Hence the massive presence of black shoes and beige lounge built with little pieces of skin and with traditional molds. The same goes for handbags and belts, smooth, quiet and with few ornamental details, which call for a new refined style.
FM selected for you 50 ins with a clear minimalist. That which works 24 hours a day.

(via vogue.es)

Bottega Veneta, Cacharel


Bottega Veneta, Cerruti


Chloé, Celine

Daks, Derek Lam

Derek Lam, Dior

Daks, and fabulous Giles


Hermès, Emanuel Ungaro

J. Saunders, Jil Sander

Kenzo, Krizia

Hermès, Max Azria

Max Azria, Martin Margiela

Marni, Lanvin

Marc Jacobs

M. Williamson, Louis Vuitton

Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton


Max Azria, Louis Vuitton

Rochas, Nina Ricci

Nina Ricci, Oscar de la Renta

Moschino, Rochas

Stella McCartney, Valentin Yudashki

Versace, Paul Smith



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Couture Carrie said...

Love this trend, especially in the clutches!
Gorgeous post, darling!


June Paski said...

its all about minimalism and I really love all of them!