Another take on the XXI rococo princess, this time our dear Karl showed us an in my opinion brilliant collection of 18th century inspired dressed mixed with the now in style creeper shoes and the well known C hanel tweed jacket. Mixing textures using lovely pastel colours introduced pannier dresses, ruffles and all sort of Marie Antoinette look alike garments. Strolling though beautiful Versailles, these almost dessert-ish dresses recreated the luxury and opulence of the Louis XVI era in a modern way, someone said the models could easily get mistaken by  French macaroons, and they are right. I find these delightful and edgy, i must say i’d lose my head for any of these too. 

 Feeding my lolita and history obsession,i find this amazingly inspiring, and if you know me, you’ll know i would actually wear any of this with immense joy.
 I love it, sorry not sorry.


ph: Vogue.com

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  1. madhatter
    mayo 15, 2012 / 7:49 pm

    HMMMMM…. I'm not too sure I really like this collection. I definitely like elements of it, like the creepers and the last 3 images but the first 5 or so just seem like a step back in time. A good thing? I don't know!Great post though!I do really love the purple and white dress!Take a peak at my blog<3

Project Rattlebag xx

  2. Panesito
    mayo 15, 2012 / 8:06 pm

    me encantooooooooooo TODO

  3. Kaitlyn
    mayo 15, 2012 / 10:32 pm

    The pieces are really pretty, it's the creeper looking shoes I don't really like… :/ I dunno they look kind of like platform keds. The rest is amazing though! I wish I had that kind of sewing skillz ^^;

  4. Margarita Segundo
    mayo 15, 2012 / 10:54 pm

    el vestido negro de la novena foto… me enamoré.besomarga

  5. sitocorock
    mayo 16, 2012 / 2:06 am

    Que bueno quedo el post anterior!!! y genial este desfile ♥ saludos 😉

  6. Bruna Araújo
    mayo 17, 2012 / 5:37 pm

    Adorei o blog, muito lindo mesmo, amei tudo. Parabéns, vou sempre estar aqui (:ontendency.blogspot.com

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