Louis Vuitton Fall Collection 2011, Fashion sleep-deprived hordes stumbled in the darkness of the tent of Louis Vuitton in the twenty-eighth day of the Fall 2011 collections without ever knowing if it was day or night. Actually, it was 9:30 a.m., lunch time, in the real world, but we were not being greeted by lines of uniformed maids proffering trays of shots of champagne, vodka and breakfast in a hotel lobby in black marble-false, grilled with an ornate elevator in the center, at some indefinite hours of darkness.
Say hello tear in 2011. Trend of the 1960s back to the years that are still early.Trend well in the beginning of this beautiful and content with the clothes that can be a flexible, relaxed and casual use trend.When we talk about the ’60s dress or skirt in this context, we’re not talking about the later, mod ’60s movement of miniskirts and teeny shift dresses.Look to Louis Vuitton and Prada who both put ladylike full skirts on their runways for the Fall 2010 season, particularly in heavier fabrics like wool blends.
Longer, usually gathered or pleated, often with a ruffled hem, the granny skirt is as it sounds: a young take on grandma dressing. It falls rather than puffs out too much and is more understated – think sixties office girl. If I’m to stick with the Mad Men analogy, this is the style you’d more likely spot on Peggy Olsen. The key to pulling off this look today is to either make it completely effortless, or surprisingly sexy.
- Avoid looking dowdy by pairing with a fitted top; or sex it up with a sheer blouse.
- For an authentic look pair with flats or dainty kitten heels. To modernise, stick with a pair of high heels.
- Sweeten it up with a pair of little bobby socks under shoes a la Marc Jacobs (see the inspiration gallery).