Petite-malle: the new Louis Vuitton handbag that will become an object of worship

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The Parisian fashion week threw curtain yesterday with Louis Vuitton impressing with new creations, especially the bags, which made ​​him famous. The most highly anticipated show in this Parisian fashion week was that of Louis Vuitton, the first after the departure of Marc Jacobs and his succession by Nicolas Ghesquière at the helm of the French maison.
Nicolas will lead the Louis Vuitton in new paths and what else could be the best way to start this change, rather than to launch a new collection of bags, the accessoryfetish for women and the hallmark of the house.

The new Louis Vuitton bags for next winter are going to be the must-have accessories and from those what stands out is the petite-malle. A mini chest with a detachable strap that can be used as a boxy clutch bag and presented in two versions: one with the classic LV monogram and the other with leather covers that can be removed revealing chests” in gold and silver. Regarding to their price, is not available until after the request surely means that the bags would not be affordable to common wallets.

Anna Wintour Sat Second Row at Valentino Fall 2014 Show

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A front row seat during Paris Fashion Week (or any fashion week for that matter) is usually considered to be a pretty big deal, especially at the shows of big name designers. From the Parisian fashion week she could  not be absent Anna Wintour, the editor in Chief of the American Vogue that may deify or leave in oblivion a house in the pages of American fashion books. Could not therefore be missing out from the presentation of the new Valentino collection, where we expected to see her sitting in the front row along with the creative director of Vogue Grace Coddington.
It did not happen, though, exactly like that. The Anna attended the show but sat in the second row behind Amy Astley of Teen Vogue and immediately the news went round the twitter.
Wintour gave more space in the front row to Sarah Mower, who attended the show on behalf of Vogue.com. In the second row also sat the European editor-at-large of the American Vogue Hamish Bowles, who is usually found only in front row. It lays down to no debate. Anna is a real queen.

Gisele, Sasha & Rosie: the comeback of the supermodels in Paris

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Gisele Bündchen, Sasha Pivovarova and Rosie Huntington Whiteley needs no introduction. The top models, now working only after special requests, do not go to castings, are not only famous in the circle of fanatical fashionistas and paid hefty sums to be photographed for magazines and campaigns of major brands.
It was our great, therefore, surprise that we saw them to participate in the Parisian fashion week.Firstly Gisele walked for Balenciaga along with Mariacarla Boscono and Caroline Trentini and impressed with her gorgeous cheekbones highlighted by the hairstyle. On the same day, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley walked once again at show of Balmain and immediately returned to California to attend the party of the  Oscar awards. Sasha Pivovarova opened the show of Chloé in a unique appearance in this month fashion week that ends.