Looks Back at Paris Fashion Week

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Rodeo Drive Resale (, premier reseller of upscale clothing and accessories, looks back at the top spring-summer 2013 collections displayed during Paris Fashion Week.

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The Chanel suit was remade as a boxy, rounded-sleeve white tweed jacket and short full skirt trimmed in gobstopper-sized pearls.

Today, Rodeo Drive Resale (, premier reseller of 100% authentic Louis Vuitton purses, discount Chanel handbags, and Hermes scarves, highlights choice styles from Paris Fashion Week, which took place September 25 through October 3.

SAINT LAURENT PARIS: Since rebranding the iconic Yves Saint Laurent fashion house as Saint Laurent Paris, all eyes have been on the company’s creative director, Hedi Slimane, who debuted his first collection at Paris Fashion Week in early October. The Saint Laurent models, fitted with large, floppy hats quickly sashayed up and down the runway, donning pieces that best described as an ode to classic Saint Laurent.

GIVENCHY: This year, Givenchy revisited yesteryear with their collection, which gave a nod to House of Givenchy founder Hubert de Givenchy, who founded the fashion house in 1952. LA Times had this to say: “Black pencil skirts with cloud-like white organza bubble tops. Pants worn with sheer, flyaway tunics anchored to the shoulders with gold clips. Cocktail dresses with single sleeves, soft ruffles at the collars and down the sides. Ankle strap sandals with wood block heels decorated with nails and rivets. Brass necklaces that brought to mind priest collars.” Critics were kind to the collection.

CHANEL: “Carefree Coco Chanel as if she were still haunting the cafes of the Riviera today. Nods to 1960s style and bold graphics, but with a modern twist. The most dominant silhouette was a cropped jacket over a miniskirt or dress,” The LA Times wrote in its Paris Fashion Week roundup. “The Chanel suit was remade as a boxy, rounded-sleeve white tweed jacket and short full skirt trimmed in gobstopper-sized pearls. A blouson top and bubble skirt came in rainbow confetti boucle tweed. Graphic grid check knit chemises and miniskirts nodded to the 1960s. A cropped denim jacket and denim shirt dress with pearl buttons added a casual air.”

HERMES: Popular French fashion house Hermes kept things classy with their collection of stylish silk and travel pieces. wrote: “Colors too, were diverse in cappuccino, terracotta, sulfur, emerald, cobalt and —the palette's most beautiful — celadon. The flight this season stopped off at the Netherlands and Germany— with tinges of the geometry and graphics of 1930s.” loves fashion and invites shoppers to fall in love with the world famous red bottom heels all over again during a special promotion titled, “Christian Louboutin: Red with Envy.”
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