Anyway, on the 29th of September, Charlene of Monaco attended the Akris fashion show in Paris during the Fashion Week. Akris showed the Spring 2014 collection (almost, the most important collection for a RTW fashion brand). Inspired by nature, sand and marble, the collection was mostly in neutral colors, much to Charlene’s preference, I’d say. Akris is now known for its prints. however, the prints in this collection where more abstract than usual.
For the event, Charlene arrived wearing a navy coat and under it she wore a navy/black wool dress with asymmetric neckline. The dress is a modified version of a dress shown in the new collection!
Charlene accessorized her dress with a little Ai Messenger bag in denim, Walter Steiger flats, her pearl earrings and a new diamond bracelet.
With her hair waved to one side, I find myself loving this look more than anything Char has worn in the past few months (Except for the Patrice Papa gown), I also think that Albert Kriemler has developed a new neckline that works perfectly on Charlene.
A few days later, Charlene attended the Louis Vuitton fashion show. This collection is the swansong of Marc Jacobs as the creative director of the renowned fashion house, and it did not disappoint at all. From the craftsmanship to the silhouettes and designs, the collection was a bit of a blackish heaven (what a metaphor)!
Charlene wore a grey and black dress (reminds me of the grey dress she wore in New York) and a black coat, possibly by Vuitton. She paired them with her Walter Steiger flats (are they becoming her trademark?) and the Louis Vuitton Capucines handbag in plum.
Jewel-less, Charlene von Monaco combed her hair up and wore a bright purple lipstick (very trendy this season), but I find myself liking the bag more than anything in this look!