Last but not least, Paris closed the Fashion month last week with major shows and very strong pieces making us wish we were already in autumn all over again.
Dior presented a classic yet modern collection, lead by Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffieux who have taken over the creative direction since Raf Simons left the house. The amazing structure built in the Louvre reflecting the museum and the sky was the perfect scenery for such a show. Dark lips, mix of prints, naked shoulders and beautiful necklines, reinterpreted codes with the Bar jacket, XXL wallets as handbags and oversized coats… Dior is once again mastering the perfect parisienne look with that sensuality and rebel yet elegant style that is the French house identity I love so much.
Black ribbons, boater hats, multi-strand pearl necklaces, classic Chanel bags, flat ridding boots, sweater dresses and denim jackets… Chanel presented an elevated streetstyle collection for the urban new generation, featuring the latest it-girls on the runway like Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner.
Nicolas Ghesquière worked his magic again at Louis Vuitton, revisiting the house former classic creations and bringing up to date vintage prints and shapes adding a touch of modernity with glossy leather trousers and motocross boots. The bags were at the center of the show and the first thing that came to my mind is “OMG where can I get one of those?!”
The Fashion week was also marked by the beautiful show of Valentino with gorgeous romantic dresses in naked tones; eccentric and sensual outfits at Balmain; loose and graceful fits at Celine; floral, poetic and aerial dresses at Chloé (one of my favorite show!); strong and elegant shapes at Hermès … Just to name a few! What a great conclusion to the fashion month! Can’t wait for the next collections; see you at the next fashion week 🙂
Runway Photos by vogue.co.uk; by Indigital
Dior Set Photo by wallpaper.com