Tag Archive: Paris Fashion Week

  1. A Chanello Stroll During Paris Fashion Week

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    Pernille Teisbaek outside Chanel

    I was lucky to wear this incredible jacket from Chanel, which is such a classic piece that never goes out of style. I paired it with a pair of flared velvet pants and studded boots to create a more rock’n roll contrast and still keep the monochrome look.

    Images by Sandra Semburg!

    Jacket from Chanel – spring/summer 2016!

    Zipper knit from H&M – old season!

    Velvet pants from Ganni – pre fall 2016!

    Boots from Loewe – spring/summer 2016!

    Sunglasses from RayBan – old season!

  2. The Return Of The Leopard Print?

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    Some prints never get old like the leopard print that instantly creates a sexy and eye-catching twist to a casual look. That’s why I combined it with a sporty T-shirt and sweatpants for a more casual feel and finished it with a pair of of classic pumps and red stunner bag.

    Coat from Baum und Pferdgarten – fall/winter 2016!

    T-shirt from Gosha Rubchinskiy – BUY HERE!

    Tracksuit pants from Vetements – BUY HERE!

    Bag from Gucci – BUY HERE!

    Shoes from Louis Vuitton – spring/summer 2016

    Necklace from CVC stones – BUY HERE!

  3. Spring Is Calling – It’s Time To Add Some Red!

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    The flaming red is not only the warmest colour you can be wearing; it is also one of the season’s biggest trend colours. If you not dare to go with the full blood look, then add the hue in a more discreet way by adding a blouse underneath or find that perfect clutch with the red details.

    Images by Szymon Brzóska the Stylestalker!

    Jacket from Acne Studios – prefall 2016

    Skirt from Acne Studios – prefall 2016

    Boots from Celine – FIND HERE!

    Clutch from Stella McCartney at FWRD – BUY HERE!

  4. Céline Nails The Sculptural Monochrome For Spring

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    Céline’s spring collection has the most beautiful and sculptural shapes that can even make the simplest outfit interesting. This coat has been on my wish-list since I spotted in on the runway last fall – wearing it yesterday felt like a dream coming true! I choose to style it very simple with an elegant touch, wearing it with a tie scarf and a pair of jeans.

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    Images by Sandra Semburg

    Coat from Céline – FIND HERE!

    Top from Alex Eagle at The Corner – FIND HERE!

    Jeans from Acne Studios – pernilles own!

    Shoes from Céline – old season!

    Clutch from Loewe – spring/summer 2016

  5. How to Dress Down Statement Pieces

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    The logo blouses tend to create a very eye-catching look, but my trick is to go tonal to avoid this. Use the logo in a light layering outfit or dress it down with a pair of jeans and classic pumps or flats.

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    Photo by Sandra Semburg!

    Coat from Weekday – BUY HERE!

    T-shirt from Supreme – FIND HERE!

    Jeans from Vetements – BUY HERE!

    Boots from Loewe – spring/summer 2016

    Clutch from Loewe – spring/summer 2016

  6. Isabel Marant on Her A/W 2016 Collection

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    Pernille Teisbaek with Isabel Marant

    What is your focus for the Fall/Winter collection? What is your inspiration?

    – The inspiration comes from youth, when I was 15 and snuck out to go to clubs. With all the bad things that has been happening in Paris, I wanted to forget about all the bad and instead thinking of simpler periods, when the city was much more innocent. It reminds me of living life as it is, playing around, going to flea-markets, buying Victorian blouses and men’s clothes. Going to London. The 80s were a good moment with lots of different clothes, workability, new 80s and the beginning of hip hop. I really like that time in Paris, it feels so much more alive. Everybody was much more open, playful and joyful. I wanted to show that in spirit.

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    Backstage at Isabel Marant, AW16 show

    Which 3 key items, according to you, are must-haves in women’s wardrobes for Fall It is difficult for me; you ask me to choose between my children… But to name a few, I like the shoes (red. the ones she’s wearing in the clip) and the trousers. For me, it is about making a collection with many wearable styles. I’m very happy for this collection – it is so close to what I had in mind, love the joyfulness in it!

    How does this collection fit into the Scandinavian aesthetic?

    – I think the collection fits perfectly into the Scandinavian aesthetics. Scandinavians are very down to earth and they are always wearing very uncomplicated clothes. The collection works very well into a Scandinavian wardrobe.

    Watch the interview with Isabel Marant here

  7. How To Create A Feminine Figure With Layering

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    The go-to piece is the wide belt, that instantly creates a feminine waist when playing with many layers. Use it over a coat or like here a short suede jacket and a chunky knit.

    Suede Jacket from Loewe – spring/summer 2016

    Knit from Isabel Marant – spring/summer 2016

    Skirt from Bruuns Bazaar – fall/winter 2016

    Boots from Céline – FIND HERE!

    Bag from JW Anderson – spring/summer 2016!

    Belt from Balmain – spring/summer 2016

  8. The Everyday Dress(ing) Style At Paris Fashion Week

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    Pernille Teisbaek at Paris Fashion Week

    Well to wear a knit over a dress is a super casual and for sure warm way to wear some of your party dresses for everyday use. You can either match colours as I did or bring something more colourful together with one of the classic little black dresses that normally only comes out at night.

    Knit from Balmain – spring/summer 2016!

    Belt from Balmain – spring/summer 2016!

    Dress from Vetements at FWRD – BUY HERE!

    Clutch from Loewe – pernilles own!

    Sunglasses from Loewe – old season!

  9. Sophie Bille Brahe x Sacai, On Collaborating For The Show

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    When the models strolled down the runway in Paris, we saw an urbane and sporty collection in the delicate drapes and fabrics that we have come to expect from Sacai, but with a twist. Sophie Bille Brahe had, together with Chitose Abe, Sacai’s creative director, created a collection of deconstructed jewellery to add a certain touch to this delicate look. The collaboration seemed obvious since Abe had been a great fan of the Danish jewellery brand and can be seen wearing their pieces often.

    The jewellery consists of original Sophie Bille Brahe designs that have been deconstructed into pieces that seem broken (on purpose). This can be seen in pieces such as the Croissant Claire earring with the dropped diamond, which is hanging loose on a gold string. We are super-excited about these rather avant-garde pieces, and we can’t keep from jumping for joy when told that they will be available in Sacai stores worldwide.