Panama based Spanish blogger Gisele Del Río traveled to the French capital at the end of February, covering Fashion Week for Coup d’État.
Initially scheduled to be printed in our April issue, we share with you her coverage; an intimate account of her stay in ‘La Ville Lumière’.
I may not be a Parisienne but I have noticed that every time I set foot in Paris I feel at home.
This edition of fashion week promises to be the most exciting. After several weeks planning my agenda in collaboration with Coup d’État Magazine, I can tell you that we are going to live - or relive for those who followed me through IG Stories -, some very busy and fun days. Let's go!
We land in the French capital, leave our suitcases at the hotel and go for a walk that leads us to the Hermès shoe presentation. The sun is out and we have to make the most of it because there is a rain forecast for the whole week.
We get there. It is an old theater, half in ruins, in which has been recreated a leafy and humid forest full of illuminated rocks on which is displayed the wonderful new collection of men's and women's shoes. A collection dominated by timeless and comfortable designs with unique details printed on heels, buckles, and zippers.
The walk back is a dream. We are going to settle in the hotel, to have dinner early and to sleep, because tomorrow will be a big day.