The Paris Fashion Week ended and made us crazy behind the looks presented. I confess that autumn and winter are my favorite seasons when it comes to the outfit of the day! We dress better in winter, do not you agree?
Check out the highlights of the Parisian fashion season and my favorite designers!
Karl can do it all when it comes to Chanel! This season he had his models parade in a forest, or rather, transformed the Grand Palais in Paris into a scented forest. Your creativity continues to surface! And his passion for design too! The collection featured long sleeves with structured sleeves, miniskirts, pantacourts, 3/4 gloves, mega shopping bags, silk scarves and the famous jacket created by Mademoiselle in a new version. I found the collection super young and current!
Chess, patchwork and feminism on the catwalk of Maria Grazia Chiuri! Her collection was inspired by the feminist uniforms of the May 1968 student movement. “No-no” sweaters, kilt skirts, blazers, jeans, velvet, and a powerful women’s march. Watch out for the belt, which promises to be the new darling of the season.
YVES SAINT LAURENT
Yves Saint Laurent is always one of my favorite shows! I find the pieces very sexy and daring. Perfect for the leonines on duty. This season, dark gypsies invaded the catwalk.
The Balmain Warriors came in jeans and swatches in a sexy collection and perfect for any occasion. The sweater with the brand continues being hit of street style and came in new version.
Pierpaolo Piccioli brought the romanticism back to the catwalks in proposals ton sur ton or color blocking. The finishes and silhouettes of the collection sent gigantic petals and flowers in the most elegant way possible.
Sarah Burton brought the metamorphosis theme to the fall 18 collection of Alexander McQueen and reinvigorated tailoring into a sexier proposition. The collection is a luxury only!
Always ending the fashion season, this year’s brand includes pencil skirts, blazers, sequin pants with waist belts and sweaters, casual dresses, pied-de-poule pattern and leather shirts. It was a game of contrasts and textures.
Givenchy brings classic and easy-to-use pieces: powerful jackets, jackets, tuxedos, long dresses. Key pieces in the closet of any contemporary woman.
Giambattista brings a trip back to the 70’s with great elegance in mini dresses and elongated shapes.