NO OTHER CITY IS AS PACKED WITH INSPIRING AND TREND SETTING DESIGNERS AS PARIS. THEREFORE THE DECISION FOR OUR TOP 12 SHOWS FROM PARIS FASHIONWEEK WAS A TOUGH ONE. IN THE END WE CHOSE THE COLLECTIONS THAT WILL DEFINITELY STICK TO YOUR MEMORIES – HAVE A LOOK AT THE BEAUTIFUL SELECTION!
A futuristic and quite commercial take on the brands DNA resulted in voluminous fur coats, metallic rib knits and satin pant suits, not to forget the multitude of monogram bags and statement vanity cases. View the full show here.
Channelling Cristobal Balenciaga’s original customer, Alexander Wang surprised with a fashion forward take on archived looks. The result was a futuristically cosmopolitan look for the modern woman. View the full show here.
A feminine and gentle take on florals and leather created surprisingly wearable pieces in shades of black, red and nude. The mood was nostalgic with a collection very true to the style of the founder. View the full show here.
Inspired by the Paris of the 70s and muses like Loulou de la Falaise, vibrant colours such as orange and purple were either blocked or combined for sexy, strong and confident styles. View the full show here.
The rather cultivated signature of the house showed a new lease of life. The news was a wilder side, noticeable through the use of abstract animal patterns, fur coats and pelt dresses. View the full show here.
Black and white chessboard patterns opened the show. Later on they turned into a colourful remix of lace and contrasts and found its end in beautifully merged clothing. View the full show here.
Rich jacquards and decorative garments embraced a rich collection inspired by the Moroccan roots of Alber Elbaz. In a mood of nostalgia he dared to experiment and reinvented his own signature. View the full show here.
A new “gentlewoman” with a more confident and strong attitude was introduced to replace the flirty and romantic Chloé girl. However, the menswear infused line-up still had the signature carefree spirit. View the full show here.
The ”Brasserie Gabrielle” collection revealed a modern take on the favourite Chanel classics, celebrating French attitude in every possible way. This concept of reinvention never gets old. View the full show here.
Fluid and playful shapes dominated the collection of comfortable yet chic looks for the woman on the go. Despite the consequent use of fake leather and “fur-free fur”, the show contained exactly what women want. View the full show here.
It was all about combining different styles and attitudes with a rather subtle Latin American influence. Playful illustrations of animals made their first appearance at the normally minimalistic line. View the full show here.
“Victorian chola girls” presented a predominantly black collection with a quite shocking overload of facial jewellery. The historic-ethnical mix was less sexy, but more provocative than ever. View the full show here.