After the Dior show, I decided to take a break and have a snack at one of my favourite places in Paris: Ladurée.
The next day, I visited Notre Dame in the morning and had lunch at the well-known Cafe de Flore.
The first keyword to the collection is 'Happy Mind'. Rynshu emphasized that he wanted to keep the style simple. He wanted to keep the collection fresh and light and avoided tiny details like collars, notched lapels and slit sleeve opening.
The colours on this shirt were incredible. I loved the way the colours diffused into each other. A definite highlight of the show would be the ripped jeans that were ripped both in the front and back!
Another trend this Summer is coloured sunglasses. It all began with Ray Ban's 'Aviator Flash Lenses' and, if you haven't seen them around yet, you will most definitely see them in Summer.
As suggested on the cover of the invitation, Rynshu took inspiration from the Maldvies islands. He loved the idea of luxurious holidays and made this eye-catching print.
Another keyword of the collection is transparency. Mesh tops kept appearing and this made the 'Maldives collage' print pop out even more. I think the shorts on the left are perfect for Summer!
'Happy mind', as described by Rynshu, was a period of time when barrier between genders is obsolete and evolution in fashion let men wear women clothes and women to adopt men items.
The show was a success and, since I only had a day in Paris last week, I wasn't able to visit the store. But I will definitely have a look next week.
I think both Paris and the Eiffel Tower has seen better days. Nevertheless, I couldn't pass on the opportunity to take a quick picture before I go back to London! And I can't wait to return tomorrow for the Haute Couture shows.
Try spotting me taking pictures and wearing a gold casio watch on the right hand-side of the runway.