Procrastination became surprisingly my middle name! I don’t know what is this feeling of dragging the to do list that keeps growing with random tasks and I just feel that I am still not advancing. I guess I am being hard on myself too, but I know I am not alone. We are just going through this metamorphosis like the fallen leaves, preparing to start a new chapter maybe? I just hope that I get some clarity to move in less chaotic way.

F for Fun /Facts

Now that Mercury retrograde is over, what is next?! Knowing that that famous planet messes technology and co, here is how you delete your personal information from the net.

F for Fashion

Ending the fashion month with Paris fashion week, I started in the previous post reviewing the shows that happened last week, and here are the reviews for this week’s shows. Loewe’s collection was inspired by the anthurium flower with all its feminism and beauty. Victoria Beckham debut show in Paris didn’t disappoint, delivering a lot of chiffon dresses, skirts and tailoring with feminine touch and confidence for real woman. Coperni amazed everyone and the magical moments was painting a real dress on Bella Hadid, by spraying the material on her live in front of the audience. Tony Ward’s untouched series was filled with colors, flowing textures, and lots of bright, cutouts and flirty fits. Isabel Marant’s show revived Y2K again with low rise cuts, cutouts, army prints and relaxed fits. Andrew Gn took us on a voyage of prints and textures. Giambattista Valli featured boho feminine and colorful looks. Valentino’s show was filled with capes, abayas and skin hue bodysuits, voluminous, white shirts and skirts. Then a controversial collection for Balenciaga, as usual, visual art, where, in the middle of mud, reflecting, being down to earth, and digging the truth with Kanye opening the show, hoodies, culottes gowns and sleeve bags. Elie Saab presented his show with inspiration from Latin America with white separates lace lavender and citrus, bursting with energy and youthful vibes. Hermes’s collection was a dance in the desert with earth tones in silk jersey, and rib knit and leather. Givenchy colorful show had mini slip dresses, denim on denim and feathers. Zuhair Murad celebrated bold and vivid colors and pretty tailored cuts. Thome Browne electric show had gigantic gowns and embroidery in a Victorian style. Stella McCartney is always committed to sustainability in her shows, this collection had flowy textures from blazers to mini dresses, cowboy like denim and jumpsuits. Sacai ‘s collection focused on pleats, A lie shapes and crisp tailoring as the designer had some inspiration of Miyake and her debut work as a pattern maker. AZ factory had launched the Amigo concept where different designers are hosted and showing their collection; designer Lutz Huelle presented his SS collection which was glamorous and sexy with body con dresses, ruffles, trapeze dresses and dark denim. Chanel’s show was inspired by the French movie L’Année Dernière à Marienbad, and a short movie starred by Kristen Stewart was shot in Paris as a premium presentation of the show where tweed was adorned with feathers, sparkle or feathers in form of suits, shorts, jackets and dresses. Miu Miu continued serving us a fun version of Prada with the preppy looks, mini skirts and sweaters layered over t-shirts. And the finale was with Louis Vuitton’s futuristic show where Nicolas Ghesquière played on volumes in the accessories like the zippers , wallets and bags with work on the fabric to give a perfect finishing.

F for Fitness

This week try this upper body workout gentle on the shoulder and these upper body stretches.

F for Food

Get on top of your weekly meal prep with these meatless fall recipes and try these Pumpkin pancakes by veganiina.

See you next week!

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XOXO

La Petite

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