It wasn’t very long ago that men were expected to keep everything they needed in their pockets. Keys, wallet, phone: all would have to find a home in a jacket or trouser pocket. The only permitted accessory for work was a uniform briefcase or attaché case, boxy, boring and black or brown. For casual carting around of equipment a sports bag with a sporting logo showed its manly purpose with no style achieved or intended.
Yet in 2009 it now seems that men have almost as much choice as women when it comes to bags: messenger bags, tote bags and there were even some men’s clutches shown on the catwalk by top designers for autumn/winter 2009/2010.
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No sooner had the spotlights dimmed on Paris fashion week, than Paris was once more the stage of another important fashion event: the Paris haute couture, a very prestigious fashion date for the most important world-famous designers, as well as for some younger talents who, thanks to this show, have had the opportunity to present their collections and gain popularity[…]
[…] If the Paris haute couture show gained a lot of success, the Alta Roma show, which took place in Rome from January the 30th till February the 3rd, successfully defended its prestige and its importance…
Women are very particular about the type of handbag they use because it is considered one of the most intimate accessories of women. Most of their secrets will remain hidden in their handbags. They are one of the very personal belongings of women. So women pay great attention while selecting their handbags. They spend a lot of time in selecting their purses and handbags and they also spend a lot of money to buy their favorite handbags.
There are different types of handbags style. Some of them have traditional look for those who prefer antique looks. While others have modern and contemporary looks for those who prefer to look trendy.
Last Sunday, January the 25th, Paris Fashion Week switched off its reflectors on the men’s autumn-winter 2009/2010 collections presented by the most famous French fashion houses and emerging designers. As you already know, this important show was preceded by another fashion event, Milan Fashion week where many world famous and Italian designers presented their own collections. Because of the closeness of these two events, fashion journalists and critics have had the opportunity to analyze and compare both these “fashion weeks” in a very detailed way and many criticisms have been made of both the events.
Before discussing this subject, let’s see in more detail what was proposed at the Paris fashion week by French designers: