Paris Fashion Week Wrap-Up. Favorite Work Looks from the Parisian Runway.

by Rachel Yeomans | October 10th, 2009

What an amazing and exciting week that was Paris Fashion Week. The shows were breathtaking, the clothing was beautiful, and I can’t think of a better way to boost the spirits during this weather-changing down economy. How to continue that spirit boost but see which looks I can take with me from the runway into… Read more…

Elie Saab Showcased the Woman Wearing the Dress, Not the Other Way Around. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 10th, 2009

Never underestimate the power of the dress. And that’s simply it: the dress. No crazy patterns, no plunging necklines, no mini mayhem. It is fantastic to walk into the office with a statement fashion piece or accessory on a given day, but there’s nothing like walking into the office with that simple look that causes… Read more…

John Galliano Creates a New Post Work Hour Look? Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 10th, 2009

After the working day, many of us have pondered how we are going to pull off going from corporate to cocktail. Do we wear the little black dress under the little black blazer and then figure out where to stash the blazer upon arriving at cocktail hour? Do we store our work pumps in our… Read more…

Hermès Takes it to the Courts – the Tennis Courts That Is. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 10th, 2009

Jean Paul Gaultier recognized during this year’s Paris Fashion Week that life doesn’t have to be all work and no play. With the spring 2010 Hermès collection, he took the working wardrobe to the courts – the tennis courts that is. Tennis has always been one of the favorite lunchtime and post-work activities for the… Read more…

Miu Miu May Make the New Office Staple. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 9th, 2009

Miuccia Prada took the working look to new embellished heights. Of course, how can we be surprised. The Miu Miu spring 2010 collection showcased during Paris Fashion Week took the dress, collared shirt and cardigan and made them the glamours office staples they have always striven to be. These looks may not be 100% work… Read more…

Louis Vuitton Brought on the Funk and Brought on the Clothes. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 9th, 2009

The spring 2010 collection of Louis Vuitton brought its groove on during Paris Fashion Week. Marc Jacobs donned his models with loud makeup, crazy hair and of course show-stopping clothes. Here’s my favorite work look from the collection – I might leave the hair at home though. Photo: New York Magazine

Kenzo Shows Some Past Attributes to Inspire Our Future Work Fashions. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 9th, 2009

The Kenzo spring 2010 collection gave me a new insight into the potential of the working wardrobe. Antonio Marras has shown me that mixing patterns really isn’t that bad, and that the ‘80s suit apparently did have some good qualities. Luckily there are people like Marras to inspire me into adding a few pieces of… Read more…

Tim Hamilton Shows How Workwear Can Get a Little Creative. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 9th, 2009

The Tim Hamilton Spring 2010 collection offered some great looks during Paris Fashion Week, a few of which would make a fantastic impression at the workplace. I especially loved how Hamilton took the jumpsuit and mastered turning it into a silhouette mimicking that of a mini sleek dress with pants. Who said work clothing had… Read more…

Marithe + Francois Girbaud Brings Some Fun to the Workplace. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 9th, 2009

Marithe and Francois Girbaud are known for their fun youthful looks, and the spring 2010 collection was no exception. And the best part was that not only were the clothes fun, the attitude was as well. I have never thought much about the demeanor of fashion shows, but it was quite a relief seeing jubilant… Read more…

The Spring 2010 Chloé Fashion Collection Deserves a Raise. Paris Fashion Week Review

by Rachel Yeomans | October 9th, 2009

Hannah MacGibbon’s spring 2010 collection for Chloé would fit into any office dress code. And not just that, it would goes above the dress code. Despite the fact that everything is button-up and doesn’t tout the mini look, MacGibbon’s work exuded effortless chic and wearability. If I saw these clothes worn by a colleague, I… Read more…