Parisian chic: top 15 looks from Paris Fashion Week

October 8th, 2015 / by / in: Cool things / No responses

Another week, another season: Paris Fashion Week has just ended. I saw a lot of retro influences, beautiful colors, amazing outfits and so many innovative shows. Waiting for Spring/Summer 2016 season to begin (yes, I kind of hate winter) all I can do is to flip over and over again the pictures and look for the best looks I have seen at Paris Fashion Week. So, my favorites are…

1. The pants outfits: I am not such a “dress girl” so I find refreshing that a lot of big names have sent on the catwalk the most amazing pieces. I fell in love with the Dries van Noten combos and the choice of rich and glam fabrics as jacquard, brocade and soft silk. I admired the interesting cuts used at Vionnet by Goga Ashkenazi and the never-get-out-of style glitter and cool pants at Isabel Marant. My favorites? Lanvin’s black and white daywear – pants and blouses with ballon sleeves or rippling flounces – and the Hermès incredible relaxed (almost sporty) outfits. (Vionnet, Dries Van Noten, Hermes, Lanvin, Isabel Marant – pictured above)

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2. The long dresses. If even Sarah Burton from Alexander McQueen favored the long fluid and feminine dresses instead of tough edgy looks, something must be taken into consideration. I loved the sophisticated black lace dress seen at Alberta Ferretti and the bohemian festival vibe of the entire collection (the promise of the sun, sand and Coachella – should I say more?). And even more I enjoyed the theme that Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli chose for Valentino Spring/Summer 2016 collection: instead of long red dresses, I could see tribal influences and mini clutches decorated with mini African masks. “The message is tolerance. And the beauty that comes out of cross-cultural expression”, they said. On my shopping list? An architectural printed chiffon dress by Talbot Runhof and a very sexy sheer dress signed by Anne Demeulemeester. (Alberta Ferretti Alexander McQueen, Anne Demeulemeester, Valentino, Talbot Runhof)

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3. The cool breeze: Denim and butterflies theme at Andrew GN (a show without its designer, affected by a serious heart condition), a horse and some enormous balls of fabrics at Jacquemus, in the middle of his “Le Nez Rouge Collection”, relaxed and cozy clothes for a urban life designed by Phoebe Philo at Céline, casula chic pieces at Louis Vuitton and a busy airport (yes, an entire airport) imagined by Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel. (Andrew GN, Chanel, Jacquemus, Louis Vuitton, Céline)

Photo: official pages of the brands


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