After a week of non-stop fashion shows, overwhelming designer creations, and a tearjerking finale of an icon, we are finally through Paris Fashion Week, marking the end of the fashion month.
Paris Fashion Week has truly stolen the limelight this season. From seeing progressive collections to an emotional finale for the late Karl Lagerfeld, we were treated with breathtaking collections one after another. So as we bid adieu to another fashion month, we gathered the five key trends in Paris Fashion Week.
Let’s face it—sometimes we need a little bit of drama. And next season, we’ll now be able to do that en vogue. Thanks to Louis Vuitton, Redemption, and Elie Saab, they prove that ruffles can always sophisticatedly elevate your look.
Shoulders became a focal point on the runways of several designers. From Nina Ricci, Balenciaga, to Alexander McQueen, exaggerated shoulders are one way to stand out amongst the crowd in a sea of style savants.
Feathers have often been associated with luxury. That’s because it is able to easily transform your whole ensemble to the next level, making the right amount of statement. Get fuzzy and cozy during the cold season and take notes from Koché, Saint Laurent, and Loewe no how to ace it.
While we typically see denim ensembles in spring and summer, it seems like Paris Fashion Week wants to extend this trend up to the next season. From Tommy Hilfiger x Zendaya, Chloé, to Balmain, several brands definitely upped the ante for denim numbers.
Accessories always played an important role in every look; it either makes or breaks it. And notable French labels like Christian Dior, Chanel, and Isabel Marant prove just that focusing on cinched waists, care of the modishly wide belts.
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