I'm totally overloaded right now. Partially because the weather went from record-breaking heat to early winter rain in a heartbeat. And partially because there were oodles of good clothing on the runways of Paris the past day or so. Just beyond anyone's expectations. I'll pack a ton in here this week...because there's also a lot of good news that needs to be covered that doesn't have to do with the shows, per se. 

Tsumori Chisato is a genius. And fun. And not for the boring. Listen, you don't have to wear these pieces with your hair done PLUS your makeup over done PLUS crazy socks and shoes. You can easily be the coolest one in the room with one of her dresses or tops or pants and have natural hair and makeup, good lips and simple black pumps. Her designs are artful...which is one of the reasons why I loved it when Julie Verhoeven was doing designs for the house of Gibo. (I do love her stuff for Mulberry, but there were some amazing dresses from her last Gibo collection that I'd really love to own....I'll also post an interview on Nancy Girl that I did with her that never got published in the near future.) I think if you have the patience and you have the knowledge of some good off-the-beaten-path thrift shops to rummage through, you can find some pieces maybe that have as much sparkle as Tsumori's spring collection. Please make note of the gorgeous shoes (especially the toe-capped heels). By the way, this was her 20th anniversary. And she recently did a collab with Petit Bateau that I'll feature on here shortly.♡

love this dress (or top, bolero and skirt?). see the details below.
i always love it when she and karen walker do denim.
would be so cool worn as a body suit under a tight pencil skirt. or high waisted black velvet flares.
i really love this color. it's gorgeous.
love love the shoes and everything and the dress. see the details below...
i love all the cap toes, but i think these would be amazing for spring.
i love love this print and color. love it!!!

more tuesday tailor ♥ i heart catsuits

all images from style.com yo

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