These are the collections that stood out to me at Paris Fashion Week. I noticed lots of bigger sequins used and again sheer coloured layers. I enjoyed the new creative director at Chloé’s first collection and of course Louis Vuitton which is most often my favourite show. What were your overall Fashion Week highlights?
Full sleeved shirts, some under brocade waistcoats. Ruffle trousers with 80s inspired sneakers. Bags shaped like game consoles. Silk boxer shorts, chains, patent leather.
Mermaid-like round sequins over dresses and parkas. Outdoor coats with pockets in pastel and plastic.
Buckled boots and short, light dresses. Sequins and python.
Long loose trousers, loafers and slouchy boots with tassels that touched the floor. Coats so long they were pinned up with buttons.
Satin, high-shine metallics and shimmering fabrics.
Long white boots and detachable sleeves. Puffed, structured arms and gathering.
Plastic boots, hats and raincoats. Collared shirts, multicoloured tweed, wide-shouldered boxy jackets.
Tiered party dresses and pale gingham. Relaxed and modern evening wear.
Aubergine, brown and blue hues. Clothes with movement. Large jackets and coats, belted and gathered.
Tapestry dresses and liberty-like florals. Tassels, stripe and checkered panels.
Dries Van Noten
Wallpaper brocade prints on boots and coats. Sheer layers with beading over skirts, jackets and tops. Semi-transparent shirts adding to a multi-patterned look.
Tulle and feather edged trench coats. Raw, cut hems. Deconstructed jackets and dresses.
Two-toned hosiery with sandals, loafers and laced flats. Curved shoulder coats worn with headbands. Embroidered layering dresses.
Deconstructed trench coats revealing satin floral fabrics and ruffles. Tailored leather dresses with stud detail. Wet-look hair with decadent chokers.
Magenta, florals and Princess dressing.
Altuzarra, Junya Watanabe, Haider Ackermann, Sacai, Isabel Marant, Ann Demeulemeester