Paris Fashion Week

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Anthony Vaccarello debuted his first Saint Laurent collection and added his signature  style of glamour. He certainly embracied the ‘80s with bustier tops, draped gold lamé, and iterations of the classic YSL smoking suits. 
Giambattista Valli conquered the flirty sophistication look this season
Valentino was nothing short of a fairytale 
Chloé created a collection with a more urban vibe this season
Lanvin was inspired by the modern woman’s way of dressing this season with tuxedo suits and lace-trimmed black slip dresses
Jacquemus creates a inimitably French collection inspired by Simon Porte Jacquemus’ childhood in the South of France 
Sonia Rykiel was refreshing with airy maxi dresses galore
Alexander McQueen was a vision with Scotland and it’s dramatic landscapes, wild flowers, and deserted beaches as the inspiration 
Louis Vuitton created an exquisite collection with edgy accessories
Rihanna is back with Fenty x Puma that had “clothes that Marie Antoinette might wear in a parallel universe” as the collection was inspired by the Palace of Versailles
The Redemption collection was called “A Tale of Two Cities, as the house mixed the floaty femininity of late 1960s West Coast flower children with the hardcore porto-punkiness of the ‘70s in New York” 
Paul & Joe was heavily inspired by street style
Kenzo was a tribute to the 70’s and Studio 54
Isabel Marant was inspired by everyday femininity and the Parisian designer is very fluent in the language of cool French girl dressing
“This is technology. But with the lingerie, it’s intimate technology!” Karl Lagerfeld’s description of Chanel
Stella McCartney created a gorgeous show with a choreographed dance-off finale
Extreme proportions and perfect knitwear seen at Acne Studios
Armani takes on a more modern feel
 
Lots of sequins cut outs seen at Mugler this season
Each x Other, the art-fashion line, put on one of the most perplexing shows of the season
“The Balmain Army has shed its armor” said designer Olivier Rousteing. This collection is a far cry from the label’s usual type of dressing that usually includes structured jackets and metallic accents. 
Carven was about “thrift-shop finds” that were “cut and customized by the young, hip, girl-about-town of today”
Olivier Theyskens created an elegant and tailored black & white collection
Very exciting show at Christian Dior as Maria Grazia Chiuri made her debut as the first ever woman to take the position as creative director of this infamous house
That's a wrap on fashion month! x

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