Oh hi guysssss, I’ve just developed my third disposable camera, this time from the Paris shows, and these are the results. Once again they’re extremely hit and miss, but when they’re on, they are so very on. It was my first trip back to Paris in two years, and it reminded me of everything I love about the city (the vibe, the buildings, the Metro, the food, the people), and everything I hate about it (the pace, the price, the people); but I have learned something since moving to New York that helped me a lot in potentially awkward cafe/restaurant/customer service situations: The ruder they are to you, the ruder you’ve gotta be back to them. Works every single time. New York is a hot, sticky mess, and the air conditioner in my apartment just moves warm air around, but it feels so good to be home. Back to the matter at hand, these photos were taken over the first two or three days of the shows, and feature everyone from Marc Jacobs to Guido Palau, male models, an amazing flat top and a couple of Kiwis. Bonjourrrrrrrrrr! Check them all out, below.
Kim Jones at the Berluti presentation.
Models starting down at us from a Parisian mansion at the Berluti presentation.
My main men Michael Marchese and Aaron Christian from Mr Porter.
My go-to Paris tourist shot.
The finale at Kris Van Assche.
Crazy drummer lady at Dries van Noten.
Cole Mohr at Dries van Noten.
Fresh Parisienne with an awesome bomber and fabulous taste in shoes.
Marc Jacobs outside the Louis Vuitton show.
Male model after the Raf Simons show wearing a New Kids on the Block fan jacket.
International hairdressing superstar Guido Palau after the Raf Simons show.
Rebecca and Dayne Johnston on Place de la Concorde.
Crazy Raf Simons coat.
Winner of the best flat top in Paris award.
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