Milan Design Week


comptoir des cotonniers tuxedo black dress ,
comptoir des cotonniers tuxedo black dress , zara black and white gladiator sandals
zara black and white gladiator sandals
comptoir des cotonniers tuxedo black dress , zara black and white gladiator sandals
 Ph: Style Comptoir
 Comptoir des Cotonniers dress (similar HEREHERE or HERE) | Vintage silk blouse (similar HERE and HERE) | Desa NineteenSeventyTwo bag | Zara sandals (similar HEREHERE and HERE)

LIVE,THINK,CREATE Finally Milan Design Week is over. Don't get me wrong, I loved it and enjoyed it as usual, but coming back from Paris and having to spend a whole week full of things to do outside did not help me much to gain some energies back. Except that, Design Week this year was something totally new and different for me, because I spent most of the time with Roberto, who was shooting street style for Tmagazine (the New York Times Style Magazine). I therefore found myself on the other side of the lens, with the hard task of spotting well dressed people in between events. When the Design Week was over, I took my time to think about the importance of this event, I thought about all the experiences I lived and all the people I met. Design Week -as Fashion Week- always stimulates me and helps me improve my ideas, because design and fashion just go together, they are two branches that influence each other, two fields I want to explore more and more. A positive note on Design Week? It is better than Fashion Week on the fact that most of the events are open to anyone, which I think is a fair thing, because design and art should be everybody's, with no distinctions.

Place Vendôme


red silk red lips
chic red outfit idea
baccarat crystal museum paris france
lace up sandals outfit with trousers
suit red by jucca chic womenswear in silk
 Ph: Style Comptoir
Jucca suit (Similar pieces HERE and HERE) | Rebecca Minkoff bag | Zara lace up sandals (similar HERE or HERE) | Zerouv sunglasses

INSPIRATION Paris at sunset is pure inspiration, an avalanche of thoughts, a chill in your back. At sunset everything shines of a delicate golden light and Paris looks so peaceful, as if it was taking a break from its chaotic atmosphere. Anywhere you are, in Paris, sunset is the best moment of the day and I always make sure to don't miss it out. This time we also took photos of my look at sunset, in Place Vendome, after Comptoir des Cotonniers press day and before our dream dinner in the Baccarat, among crystals, embellished walls, and old mirrors. My kind of perfect day.