Balmain Does Bourdeaux for Fall/Winter 2024 | Savoir Flair
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Balmain Does Bourdeaux for Fall/Winter 2024
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by Mimi Droeshout 2-minute read February 28, 2024

Inside Balmain's exquisite homage to the region of grapes, ladybugs and farmer's markets.  

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At Paris Fashion Week, the Balmain show turned heads with its dizzying array of accessories, deeply inspired by Olivier Rousteing's Bordeaux roots. The collection was a tribute to the rich tapestry of his hometown, featuring intricate grape prints, charming grape earrings, and whimsical ladybug motifs, alongside handbag charms that paid homage to the region's winemaking heritage. 

Beyond the vineyard-inspired elements, the runway sparkled with unexpected touches – like snail-shaped gold buttons on trench coats – showcasing Rousteing's commitment to blending timeless elegance with a nod to French culture. Balmain wasn't just about fashion; it was a celebration of Bordeaux's natural beauty and the intricate details that make everyday objects extraordinary – all through the lens of Rousteing's innovative accessories designs.

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