PARIS, Mar 11, 2010 / FW/ — “Dance she did, and dance she must – between her two loves.”

Talbot Runhof presented a beautiful collection inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale, “The Red Shoes”. In an equally beautiful location (the Imperial Salon of the Westin Paris) Talbot Runhof did not disappoint.

Understanding the female form and her desire to be sexy, strong and beautifully attired, Talbot Runhof gave their clients much to choose from. Acutely executed silhouettes in wonderful autumn tones were only complimented by the amazing evening gowns.

FashionWindows cannot underscore enough how impressed we were with the ending performance of Munich’s Prima Ballerina: Lisa-Maree Cullum performing a naturally choreographed piece by Cayetano Soto to Adrian Klumpes “Unrest”!

Brava! Brava! Brava!


Paris Prêt-a-porter Fall 2010