If you're like me, if you like fashion but you don't have enough money to buy it, you're not living in New York, Milan or Paris, if you're just someone behind its computer and you really want to see more, to live more and to discover more, you should watch 'The day before' documentaries by Loïc Prigent. What happened before a show, how is it prepared, how does it look? With these documentaries, you'll know everything. After Proenza Schouler, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Fendi, Versace and Sonia Rykiel, i recently watched Lanvin & Isabel Marant. It's really interesting and it really changed my point of view on some people (Karlie Kloss, Isabel Marant, Alber Elbaz...) because when you just have this 'internet' view of fashion, sometimes it looks like a little bit superficial and it seems like all these people are arrogant and snob. I realized it can be different and that people are just normal. Of course, i know it's not exactly the truth once again but it's definitely really intersting and fascinating. I also watched 'The September Issue' friday night and it was really surprising. I wasn't expecting this to be honest, i always thought that girls at Vogue would be perfect and beautiful and talented but haha, i was totally wrong, it really looked like a normal office! And it was very interesting to see how really are Anna Wintour and Grace Coddington!
I'll be back soon with more reviews and thoughts about fashion weeks, i've been really busy and totally drown under the number of shows this year so i prefered to wait until it's over and discover it quietly. Sorry for being a ghost this week!
click here to watch 'the day before' (in french)