Melania breaks her own fashion rules but still causes sensation in Europe



If the first lady is used to something, Melania Trump is that where she goes, she becomes a trend for her good taste and fashion sense.

However it is very rare that Melania Trump, an inveterate lover of stilettos, is seen wearing a pair of flat shoes.

After all, the First Lady has had a profuse love affair for a long time for high heels, stilettos mainly from her favorite designer Christian Louboutin.

Only in the last week during her husband's presidential tour of Europe did Melania make use of her fashion manual and use six pairs of stilettos.

But this Sunday at the airport in Helsinki in Finland, Melania broke its own protocol of fashion and unlike her usual way airport which is high heels the First Lady chose another pair of shoes completely flat, that if other Louboutins.


Immediately Melania's outfit and shoes became a trend in the networks again emphasizing the best that Trump's wife has, which according to many is his good fashion sense.

Along with her brown flat shoes, Melania wore complementary tailored leather pants and a gray coat accented with pockets and buttons in a similar brown shade. She also wore a white blouse with a crisp collar, oversized sunglasses and a brown bag.

President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a summit in one of the official residences of Finnish President Sauli Niinistö in Helsinki, the Presidential Palace nineteenth century, near the Market Square in the capital .

Kate Middleton revived the headdress that Anne Boleyn put in fashion

The royal christening of Prince Louis of Cambridge was held on Monday. Hundreds of people gathered outside the church of St. Mary Magdalene to be part of this important event of British royals.

For its part, Kate Middleton dazzled with a look worthy of a future queen. The Duchess wore a tailored white dress by designer Alexander McQueen, who designed her acclaimed wedding dress in 2011 and the look she also wore at the baptisms of Charlotte and George.

But what caught our attention was the accessory in his head designed by Jane Taylor. The piece reminded us of the classic French headdress implemented by Anne Boleyn in the English court during the sixteenth century.




Anne Boleyn had been brought up in the French court so when she arrived in England (her home country) she imported the fashion gala, which became popular exponentially.

The French hood is a headdress similar to the Russian kokoshnik, however they are not related. It is a kind of headband with a lot of volume which is placed on the front of the head but always leaving hair exposed at the front.



On this occasion, the duchess's headdress had flowers on the side, something unusual for this type of accessory. However, this could be a renovation of the old ornament.


What is clear to us is that, like Anne Boleyn in her time, Kate Middleton is an English fashion guru and we will undoubtedly be seeing this French headdress more often in the official events of royalty.

Proposals by Junya Watanabe




Junya Watanabe follows the trend of the previous collections and pays tribute to the classic garments of the traditional male wardrobe, reinterpreting codes, colors and textures. The house declares war on the bag and proposes a wide variety of fanny packs and backpacks inspired by those worn by the military. The focus of attention is on the vests of pockets, cargo vests, very similar to those worn by paratroopers.