Marimekko launched its spring/summer season 2018 ready-to-put on collection at Paris Style Week in Palais de Tokyo on Sunday 1 October 2017. Look one: The liquid system painted on with a brush to point out off its full matte opacity (makeup artist Diane Kendal used L'Oréal Paris Infallible Lip Paint/Matte in Purple Truly, which is barely out there in Europe, but is fairly close to the shade DIY Pink , which is offered within the States); and look two: The same orangey-purple tone blotted all the way down to a barely-there however still stunning stain.
I know it will not be easy, however I'm going to give it a purple scorching go. The Diploma of Photography is underway, I'm practising new techniques, making an attempt to get a deal with on my fashion (if indeed there is a need to have just one), taking instruction and getting ‘assignments', or as some could put it ‘suggestions' from the person in my life who is a visual artist and images trainer…and fairly truthfully, I'm just having quite a lot of fun.
A little bit update on my house since final week.. I came house Sunday evening to my washer leaking.. soooo... I needed to have the mess mounted and cleaned up from the hot water heater (from last week) and then my old washer/dryer needed to be hauled away and I bought a brand new one installed.
This collection, which seemed to be inspired by women in a state of undress, or about to be, included a sumptuous, padded peach embroidered Marie-Antoinette model cover/dressing gown, thrown over a sheer costume, embellished with metallic decoration, and a sequence of richly appliqued sheer, determine-hugging attire that revealed smooth flesh.
Style's techno-whizz Issey Miyake, certainly one of several Japanese designers, like Yohji Yamamoto and Comme des Garçons, to make Paris Vogue Week residence, has clearly spent thousands and thousands of hours creating supplies and designs that make throwing a costume right into a suitcase in a heap and pulling it out as a perfect designer piece of artwork, look straightforward.