Originally posted by New York Times Black and white, a favorite color combination of the international fashion world, turned up in Paris two weeks ago for the annual showings, where designers were meanwhile pitching a garden of flowing colors for next spring. The audience, in contrast, chose bold, graphic black-and-white day wear. For evenings, in Op Art effects and in exotic animal prints in fabric and furs, it was black lace over white, recalling the femme fatale style.
Nothing really newsworthy, but I liked the picture.
I don't know if you can see, but Isabella is wearing my favorite McQueen outfit. She's the sixth from the left on the bottom row.
so weird people wore Op art and graphic w&b themes in the shows, the trend is the most tired thing on Parisian streets. even on.. Athenian streets, its a clear no-no.
If you did not buy this yet, avoid avoid avoid, its so very done, even at local supermarkets they sell op art t-shirts for five euros .
It's all over the place and it was 'hot' for a very short time begining of Sept.