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Why I love Cross Bags…

Hello lovelies, I am sorry I have been off for a while, but I was so busy with a new project that I am preparing for…

IMG_7325“Must have Chanel cross body black bag for formal and casual occasions it would look really nice with a pair of jeans”

Today’s blog is about why I love cross-bags. I sort of always wanted to write about this topic and this season is absolutely the right time.


“Classic Yves Saint Laurent cross bag suitable for a party”

Cross-bags are the perfect accessory for hands free Christmas shopping. You don’t want to go shopping with a big bag that weights 10 kilos. I recently read an article on how women can actually use it’s heavy bag to do some training…but still, please let’s leave those triceps and biceps exercises for the gym. Cross-bags distribute the weight of the bag over all the body instead of centralizing it on one shoulder and causing back pains.

IMG_7329“Hermes Large cross body bag suitable for shopping, long trips or when traveling”

Moreover oversized bags are on my black list for short girls. If you’re short, I highly recommend small cross-bags that fit proportionally with your body.

Investing in a cross-bag is a wise decision. As shown by past trends, cross-bags fashion did not die out and will never do.


“Small Pink Dior cross bag for a date, or a drink with a girls and you can even wear it to the movies

Further more, cross-bags are the only bags you can buy in loud colors. Personally Most of my big bags are in pastel hue or black because imagine a big red bag!!! However a tiny cross-bag alongside your chest in red would be flawless. Chanel cross-bags in neon green were a hit this season.


“Sparkling Dior cross body bag this season’s latest trends”

So a cross bag is a must have in your closet. It could be worn casually or if going to a party. Cross bags are faultless if you are on a trip or attending a concert…on my last trip to Rome I couldn’t been more thankful for having a cross bag that fits under my coat on those long cold sightseeing walks….

IMG_7328“Hermes cross body medium bag suitable for any casual outing noting that it has enough space for your makeup kit 😉 “

Stephanie Saliba’s Best of Paris fashion week Fall/Winter 2015

Elie Saab

With Elie Saab I feel that I am escaping in the couture fantasy. the Collection is inspired by the American Painter Mark Rotkho known by his abstract expressionist pieces.

Elie Saab’s collection is very sophisticated, but very soft at the same time, the autumn season focuses on sleek and sexy shapes intertwined with the house’s signature femininity.

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Elie Saab Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015
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Elie Saab Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015


Giambattista Valli

When watching the runaway I felt so related to each & every piece of his work, I really couldn’t get enough!

Giambattista Valli, took on old Hollywood inspired dresses, the kind you would imagine Audrey Hepburn wearing. Flowers and light colors take us back to the 60’s fashion.

There were monkey-fur coats, floor-length capes over keyhole gowns and floral dresses sprouting three-dimensional blooms — and it all came with literal guides to the period in the form of turbans and goggle-eyed sunglasses.

He was able to keep it simple despite the weirdness of the combination.

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Giambattista Valli Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015
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Giambattista Valli Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015


Zuhair Murad

Zuhair Murad collection based on futuristic themes / geometric mosaics and prismatic waves/ topography of the female form  in the dresses which makes the female body prettier and met en relief female form.

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Zuhair Murad Paris Fashion week fall winter 2015



Classic Chanel elegant coats with neatly seamed shoulders and neck-framing , and cocktail dresses with ornate mirrored frame; feathers and fringed tulle dripped like so much candle wax from hems; given a touch of the rococo with 24-karat embroidery.

As always with Mr. Lagerfield there were many combined ideas & skills as you can see in the white dress below.

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Chanel Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015
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Chanel Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015


Chritian Dior

Christian Dior ‘s line was a mix between 18th century style and modern couture,with side hoops and embroidered masculin collars., it resembles to the ones wore at the times of Louis XIV.

Christian Dior with the new designer Ralph Siemens replacing John Gialliano made Christian Dior travel through history.

N.B.: Hand Bags one of Christian Dior’s biggest industries were noticeable absent.

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Christian Dior Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015
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Christian Dior Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015



Donatella Versace injected bad girl attitude for atelier Versace with the black color present in all of the fall-winter show, but she is the queen of Excess & might be too much for some; this collection would be considered for eccentric women.

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Versace Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015


Marco Zanini

Marco Zanini collection was very daring and artistic, it was full of bold mixes such as a caramel silk shirt paired with pastel pink trousers tightened by a green belt; critics coded this collection more mature & harmonious than last year’s. The designer Marco Zanini paid tribute to Elsa Schiaparelli with this recent collection.

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Marco Zanini Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015


Maison Martin Margiela

Maison Martin Margiela couture took an artistic detour with a wild theme, mixing different patterns and styles.

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Maison Martin Margiela Paris Fashion week Fall Winter 2015


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