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10 Trends as Seen at Paris Fashion Week

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It won’t be long until ready-to-wear imitations will hang on racks at retailers such as H&M, Zara, River Island, Forever 21 and Charlotte Russe. Despite fashion giants wanting to sue these retailers because they copy their creative effort at much more affordable prices, their items are just more accessible to the general public. Plus their available much faster at Forerver 21 than at the actual Dior store.

It’s a mad (fashion) world, but what would we do without new ideas and vague guidelines? I follow a systematic approach of keeping up with news. Facebook is solely for friends and classes, Twitter is strictly for horoscope and current events, and Instagram is for fashion and artistic activity.

Instagram is a great tool for being in the ever dynamic now where fashion designers, magazines, advocates and models display trends. There’s a couple that stuck out to me and needed to show you from last week’s Paris Fashion Week (I’ll start off with an overload of Blumarine I ADORE the brand):

1. Blumarine: Konichiwa

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