Don’t you love that warmth of spring rays that is starting to make its way to our bodies that are longing to get rid of layers and layers of winter cold days? Just this sensation is lifting my mood, hopefully I will be lucky to have a warm birthday this year! Hello March!

F for Fun/ Facts

What is quiet thriving? Have you been taking care of your financial? what about your sleep hygiene?

F for Fashion

From Milan to Paris, shall we check the latest shows. But before starting, make sure to stay updated on the latest collaborations and brands news! Jil Sander mixed all the textures in an eclectic collection; from leather to velvet to shearling along with prints and graphics. Dolce and gabbana’s sensual collection dedicated to the spontaneous and natural women. Ferragamo’s signature red color in coats and pants with their classic touch. Bottega’s collection was inspired by the sculpture of Umberto Boccioni, which was translated in relaxed cuts in a minimal yet sophisticated approach. Armani’s collection was called Cipria which is the face powder and featured silk dresses and fluid silhouettes. Paris shows debuted with Lililblanc’s collection, a huge step for our regional beloved brand! Dior’s collection was inspired by Mr. Dior’s muse, his sister, and in a jaw dropping runway designed by the artist Joana Vasconcelos, and the models walked in utilitarian skirts and jackets, opera gloves and accordion skirts. YSL’s Chic, Oui c’est chic! Their signature padded shoulders on jackets and pinstripes suits as well as tartan, sharp and elongated silhouettes. Hobeika’s Vamp collection capturing the world of Vampires in a bold and daring way as per the designer’s note. The Row’s dramatic silhouettes for this collection was in sharp tailoring and some pop of color for a change. Dries Van Notten was inspired by the relationship between the garment and the wearer as per vogue, playing with textures and prints. Isabel Marant was all about the cool French girl essence with leather co-ords, cable knit dresses and denim suits not to forget the thigh high boots. Paco Rabanne’s first collection after the designer’s death was presented by Julien Dossena, a vivid collection with delicate lace dresses and chain metal looks in nod to Dali. Olivier Rousteing makes sure each time to release a collection for Balmain that pleases the crowd, with sculptural tailoring in silk and mohair and wool; hello Dramatic shoulders. Acne Studios’ fantasy dark forest was full of draped dresses and moody flowers with stiff tailoring. Ibrahim Kamara presented his first post Virgil collection for Off white, Moon surfing day dreams and star gazing as stated by Ibrahim. Rick Owens Luxor’s show with all the Egyptian pyramids mystery with the designer’s take on that era and how it is translated in today’s fashion, puffer clothes, sequins and voluminous shoulders. Chloe is dedicated to sustainability, and this collection was inspired by the work of Italian Baroque painter Artemisa Gentileschi, with long coat, hoodies and patchwork dresses. Givenchy’s collection featured nipped waist tailoring, tonal layering and sheer. Daniel Roseberry’s elegant and quirkiness for Schiaparelli’s collection was served with rich fabrics, key hole shaped buttons and golden accessories. Tony Ward’s dreamer women was treated in his midnight garden’s collection.

F for Fitness /Health

How to make coffee easier on the stomach in the morning? And how long should you be working out for a longer life span? Shall we Dance!

F for Food

Start preparing for your Easter brunch! And some easy recipes for when you really are too tired to bother! How about vegan sushi?

See you next week!

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XOXO

La Petite

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