A LEAD ROLE IN NEXT WINTER’S WOMAN’S LOOK OR JUST A DISPENSABLE ACCESSORY?
The bag, as a complementary accessory to the woman’s look, has been the focal point of much controversy and discussion over the course of the recent international fashion weeks. Designers and world-famous fashion houses split into two distinct groups: the abolishers of the handbag as an essential luxury accessory and the upholders of this gorgeous item, as the best expression of femininity and refinement.
WHAT SHOULD YOU WEAR TO BE FASHIONABLE NEXT YEAR?
[…]Fabrics, shoes, accessories, make up….everything exudes the feel of the 50’s, 70’s and 80’s, in a return to the roots of genuine elegance and craftsmanship. Trousers are stretchy and made of black leather or shiny lurex, accompanied by long over shirts in vivid colors..[…]
…Paris fashion week, which opened last Wednesday, March the 4th and concluded last Thursday, March the 12th, has been much appreciated for what it offered. Most French designers proposed a sober and very elegant style for the woman of next autumn-winter 2009/2010, paying attention to detail and re-introducing seductive elements to make the woman more gorgeous and attractive, without losing any of her natural refinement and elegance.
Bags: a complementary luxury accessory or just a superfluous item?
As we already saw at the Paris and Rome haute couture shows (presenting the most fashionable styles and colors for spring-summer 2009), at London fashion week too, only a few designers were in favor of using the handbag as a complementary accessory for their fashion looks. The handbag seems to be disappearing in favor of