American Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour (left) & Vogue editor in chief Carine Roitfeld (Right)
It's no secret that the House of Balenciaga, which is owned by Gucci Group/PPR, is super conservative when it comes to their show but to blacklist Carine Roitfeld (who wore Balenciaga to many events) and her Vogue Paris team means something serious happened behind closed doors.
Designer of the house of Balenciaga : Nicolas Ghesquiere
Meanwhile, Balenciaga has received mixed reviews on their runway show and has critics divided on the fall collection, which mixed industrial items such as paper and plastic with more luxurious fabrics. Geomatric collages of stiff yet rounded and contrast the matte and shine then the “recycle” theme of newspaper, plastic bags looking fabric and made it into a blouses is the main theme of the show.
The designer of Balenciaga Nicolas Ghesquière has totally push the house of Balenciaga to a new direction, some questions about how they will translate to a wearable version when they arrive to the stores, but since everything has already been done in the history of fashion, we desperately needs experimenting talents like Nicolas to push things forward and he did that with extraordinary skills in his March 4th 2010 show at Paris.
Click on the video player below to see Balenciaga Fall Winter 2010 fashion show
So what’s your thoughts about the Paris Vogue editor in chief Carine Roitfeld being banned from his show? And anyone know why? If you knows any inside details please come back and share with us!
Until next time, be well and look fabulous!
Alan + Mei-Mei the pug