PFW Valentin Yudashkin SS19: my look and everything about the show
Paris Fashion Week. To be honest, I still can’t believe I went to Paris Fashion Week twice. I almost lack the words to describe what a dream came true it is. I mean, you can’t even imagine how many times I dreamed of being there. How many times I have sat here writing you at midnight or one in the morning because I wanted to share the best content possible with you even after an intense day of work. How many times have I doubted? How many times have I gone cold shooting an outfit hoping to inspire you?
If it is true that I made it - without bots or connects - the truth is that I owe a lot to you. To those who come here every day, to those who only pass from time to time, to those who love the photos and stay because of the words.
And, if it is true that I made it – without bots or connects – the truth is that I owe a lot to you. To those who come here every day, to those who only pass from time to time, to those who love the photos and stay because of the words. You who have already become my friends. I’m so, so grateful to have you around. And, it is for you that all this makes sense. Giving you the best content is truly my first purpose.
Talking about the show it was amazing to be able to see Valentin Yudashkin creations for spring-summer.
Who is Valentin Yudashkin?
For those who do not know, he is Russian and became known after dressing Raisa Gorbachev (the last first lady of the Soviet Union) in the 1980s.
His creations are sumptuous but with a twist, meaning that all the pieces have an amazing tailoring and are super feminine. For the next warm season, there was clearly an Asian inspiration that I really enjoyed. Lightweight fabrics and silks blended with embroidery were mixed together to create the clean silhouette with a sensual touch that we all want to have.
Because it was for PFW, I created an exuberant yet chic outfit because you know I love sophisticated outfits. This time, I did not even have to try a lot, as I imagined the shirt with the dress and it turned out amazing (unfortunately it isn’t always like that). Then I threw on my belt and bag to make them look even more fashionable. Let me know your thoughts on it. Do you love it or not?
Stay tuned for the next Paris posts folks.