Nearing the close of Paris Fashion Week I attended the exhibition of Ludovica Amati and Shooting Bag 1981 at the Galerie Cinema. I had met both of the designers a few weeks ago in Rome at AltaRoma. Ludovica wants to transmit an emotion through her clothing based on her own personal journey and has created a collection to honor women. Her own spiritual path draws inspiration from the Kabbalah.
Her beautiful muse, Joana Preiss was among the guests.
The games may well be over but Moscow is still on our minds - has been for most of the season, and if the shows we've seen are to be trusted, so it will be until next winter at the very least. A few baklavas have been seen hitting the runway here and there, and one most elegant touch undoubtedly was Pam Hogg's collection, a not-for-sale parade with pompoms and gold, lace and glitter and wools dedicated to the activist punk rock group Pussy Riot, who are now to be found on the cover of POP. A sexy, valiant manifest for all kinds of equalities, COURAGE featured different genres, races and body shapes, all wrapped up in Pam's unmistakably smooth catsuits, rich bridal gowns and luscious bouquets.
La Galerie Chappe pays tribute to Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel, and to the universe of the American Director. "Bad Dads" is an exhibition inspired by the work of Wes Anderson. organized for the most part by the Gallery SPOKE ART of San Francisco.