On the Hunt in Paris: 6 shows, 2 outfits, 2 Hunters, 1 party
Waking up with coffee and wifi.
Some magazines don’t just send streetstyle photographers on the street. The French Elle put a complete studio on the street right next to the Kenzo location.
A show we were really looking forward to was Kenzo. Kenzo is very popular lately, because of the tiger sweater. You see them everywhere. The show was full of prints. Not only in the garments, but also in the lightning and the runway. A spectacular show to start the day with.
Happy Hunters after Kenzo in the bus.
Final of Andrew GN.
The gorgeous Cara Delevigne at Costume National.
Hunter Linda was seated before Hunter Niels. So on most of the pictures he took you see a little white hair in the corner.
Lunch on the street with a baquette. You don’t need more in France.
Loving these glasses at Ground Zero fashion show.
Our sight at John Galliano. Thank god the guy in front of us had an iPad so we could watch it live from his device.
At the show of Hexy by Kuho we had a better sight: Front-row seats.
Sunday night we had the party of Camper. Camper celebrated the 15th year of being distributed in France. They served a delicious mix of Spanish food (jambon) and French food (Maccarons). Other thing we really liked about the party is meeting the designers. Camper works with external fashion designers for the shoes. This line of shoes of Camper is called: Camper Toðer. One of the designers they work with is Bernhard Willhelm. He makes very funky shoes for Camper. Since we were both wearing the shoes of his design we had to get a quick snapshot with him.
Tweet, tweet, tweet. Time for the Hunters to go get some sleep.