As the bi-annual fashion month closes it’s doors for another season, we’re looking back at Paris’ runway trends you can adopt now.
Synonymous with Kate Moss, star prints sprinkled themselves across the runway in all their kaleidoscopic splendour. Adopt the print on everything from loungewear to partywear for a new season print update.
Who said your colours have to be co-ordinated? Paris saw unexpected pairings from pink and yellow to blue and red making successful debuts on the runways. Mix and match your shades for eclectic cool this autumn.
THE 80s REVIVAL
More is more for the 80s revival as big shoulders, ruffles galore and wet look finishes covered the catwalks of Paris in all their nostalgic glory. Get the look with metallic skirts and faux leather trousers, adding a statement finish with oversized earrings.
Sending a sartorial message through slogans and sayings, a number of designers made a textual statement with their wordy pieces. Adapt the look for the new season with graphic tees and tulle skirt pairings.
Decadent, delicate and filled with vintage charm, frills and ruffles were the detail everyone was talking about during fashion week. Add floaty chiffon and frill-adorned knitwear to your wardrobe for a throwback look with instant charm.
From AM to PM, metallics were proving their versatility on the runway and they look to be dominating your wardrobe in the cold months too. Daywear calls for high shine tees, while evening dresses shimmer with metallic touches.
Although sheer fabrics have endured for years on the red carpet, the runway brought a fresh take to the sheer fabric with honeycomb patterns and wrap silhouettes. Chiffon owns the night, so wear in the evening as a bodysuit, complete with subtle print details.
Heritage is a given as we move into autumn, by Paris’ catwalks weren’t boasting checked fabrics and trench coats. Nouveau heritage elements saw military jackets with matching boots, baggy camel jackets and tan belts make way for simple button up shirts, worn with new season detail.
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