From this day on, every time I’ll have to imagine a night out (dancing that is), I’ll think of Balmain, the Spring Summer 2010 collection! This collection was made for partying!
And as much as I dislike skinny pants and acknowledge the discomfort produced by a tight piece of clothing with countless sequins on, I’ll have to admit I would happily open my wardrobe doors to some of Christophe Decarnin’s pieces from the Spring Summer 2010 Balmain collection! (the story continues right after the jump with more images and a video of the fashion show!)
If you can get over the ripped tees, over the glittery pants and the cavewoman-ish dresses, then you’ll be into Balmain next Summer too. Because there’s simply no way of going round this collection if you’re looking for a dance party costume. There’s a problem, though – even if the mid-high heels could help your dance routine, I highly dislike them. With me it’s either skyscraper heels or no heels at all. There’s no in-between. Medium heels go wonderfully with an office outfit. Nothing to do with the club or a smashing party.
Decarnin’s woman is a militant one. There’s almost no outfit without a bullet quelquepart, a war-reminder detail, something to warn us that we’re just camping, that there’s no rest for the fashwarriers, even if they party all night long. Balmain Spring Summer 2010 is a deconstructive, war-friendly DIY glittery collection for those who want to spend in the vicinity of $20,000 for a night’s outfit. (see photos of the entire collection here)
Some of these pieces are rather cute. I like this collection because you can gleam what you wish from it and work it.
Are we that brainwashed yet we have forgot there have been “mid high heels” around for ages? And that’s the way we wear and/or walk on those is sexy or attractive or not? And also comfortable I’ve not forget about that! They are also “dance able”.:))
Have we also forgot to smile when a party is coming up? Sighs….these girls can hardly take that corner gracious and need some food and a smile. There are some nice pieces yes, even desirable….
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