Friday Favorites, Alexandre Vauthier

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For the first time, I’m going to have a couture look in my Friday Favorites. As haute couture fashion week found its end yesterday in Paris, I have to report a bit about it. A big highlight during these days was the Alexandre Vauthier show. Full of glamour and outfits for the night time. Lots of fringes and plunging necklines, at least in every second look! The dress your looking at, took 1600 hours of handwork. Probably one of the most precious and stunning things I’ve ever seen in my life. No wonder I would just go for it. Who wouldn’t?

picture via style.com

Best of Cannes15 black & white

Best of CannesYesterday happened to be the last day of the Cannes film festival 2015. Again this festival brought us some glamorous moments on the red carpet which were quite delightful for our eyes. I picked out the best black and white looks for you. Why black and white? It wouldn’t have made a difference if I just said ‘Best of Cannes’, because the dresses would have been exactly the same. The fact is that if you want to be sure on the red carpet you can never do wrong with black or white. It’s as simple and elegant as it could be and you’re not going to risk a failure on the red carpet.
From left to right:
Emma Stone wearing Oscar de la Renta , Joan Smalls in Alaia
Natascha Poly in Versace, Ana Beatriz Barros in Bluemarine
Jourdan Dunn in Ralph & Russo
hbz-cannes-Alaia KENDALL
Kendall Jenner went for the same Alaia top and skirt as Joan Smalls. She just changed from white to black. Who wore it better?

pictures by: vogue.com, harpersbazaar.com, cvvillas.com