Waleska Gorczevski Is The Brazilian With
The Most Bookings In Paris This Season

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For the second season in a row Waleska Gorczevski was the Brazilian girl with the most bookings in Paris, walking a total of sixteen shows, including Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Dries Van Noten, Lanvin, Rochas, and more. She closes the season as the third model with the most bookings according to the runway rankings at Models.com, with sixty two shows booked in New York, London, Milan, and Paris this past month.

 

Favorite F/W 2014
Men’s Accessories

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Valentino white sneakers. I wish they were available right now because they were my favorite sneakers from the men’s fall collections and would be super chic for the summer as well.

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Lanvin sneakers with zipper closure. Another investment I will definitely have to make next fall.

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Lanvin printed backpack and black python briefcase/clutch hybrid.

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Prada camera bag and red shoes.

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Louis Vuitton hiking boots and silver duffel (a.k.a. the hottest bag to shoot for an editorial this season).

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Bottega Veneta waistbag and Dries Van Noten sneakers with python accent.

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Givenchy white gym bag/backpack and leather hi-tops.

 

Martin Conte Was The Brazilian With
The Most Bookings In Paris This Season

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Newcomer Martin Conte was the Brazilian model who booked the most shows in Paris this past week, opening for both Dries Van Noten and 3.1 Philip Lim, and walking for Dior Homme, Carven, Lanvin, Paul Smith, and Juun J.

 

Paris F/W 2013-14:
5 Looks From Lanvin

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Featuring Brazilians Martin Conte and Sergio Fonseca, and some of my favorite sneakers shown this season.

 

Favorite Sneakers And Sandals From The
S/S 2013 Men’s Collections In Europe



From top to bottom: sneakers by Raf Simons, Bottega Veneta, and Valentino.



From top to bottom: sandals by Lanvin, Dries Van Noten, Louis Vuitton, and Givenchy (and many thanks to those designers for not showing them with socks).