Style according to Sonia Rykiel or better what I would choose from the new spring-summer 2019 collection: denim, tweed, faux leather but there is much much more.
From Rykielism page : With a sweater, Sonia Rykiel created a signature. She declared black a colour. Even her red hair became an icon. Saint-Germain-des-Prés, an area of Paris was reconsecrated under her tenancy as the home of a certain allure, of left-bank cool.
Crowned the “Queen of Knitwear” by Women’s Wear Daily in 1967, Rykiel conquered fashion by twisting it to her own ends. She invented la démode, or “unfashion”, transgressing the established codes of garment construction and the notion of ‘total look’: stripping out linings, leaving edges raw, turning stitches inside-out, even forsaking hems. The Rykiel woman was established – a Parisienne on the move, sensual and independent, walking, inspired by Alberto Giacometti. Stripes, inner pockets and strass or sequin trompe l’oeil became the recognisable codes of the house.
Extremely modern trompe-l’oeil denim jacket and tartan coat
Animalier is one the the most important trend for this coming season: Le Baltard tote in fake python
The slim fit tweed jacket paired with flared cut and 7/8-length of these tweed trousers will effortlessly accentuate your silhouette.
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