BACK TO GEOMETRY. it was all about geometric shapes and volumes during my 2nd day here in Paris. I personally am a devoted fan of the cocoon shape, not only for it allows you to add extra miles of layering underneath , but also for the super cool and laid-back effortless chic that it gives to your attire .
nevertheless, there were also other ingredients in that day's fashion scenario: fur (like it or not ), unconventional juxtaposition of elements ( fur, sequins, neon, sweatpants, Valentino heels - LOVED ) , menswear incorporated in lady-like ( a serious feast for my eyes ) and a serious contrast between black and colour.
I noticed how most of the photographers choose to blend in the crowd by wearing black, but that only drags my attention even more towards them. I love photographing people that think they shouldn't be photographed. All that glitz & glam surely becomes tiring for my eyes and for my camera lens at one point, so having that serene ( in terms of colours ) fashion , that doesn't scream "take a photo of me " around, is a true blessing.
I did start to believe Andy Warhol's words lately : "In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes" .