I love Paris in the Springtime
I love Paris in the Fall
I love Paris in the summer when it sizzles
I love Paris in the winter when it drizzles
That’s Cole Porter (1891-1964), the American composer, and I couldn’t agree more with him. Paris is wonderful at any time, especially when fashion is the reason to look at the city of love.
We picked for you the highlights of Paris fashion week fall 2018 that closes the series of the most visited fashion shows after London, Milan and New York.
We are dreaming of Spring but it’s already time to know what we will be wearing next Fall.
Jonathan Anderson is the designer behind the luxury Spanish brand. The designer showed no less than 15 coats. They are saying that 2018 will be the fall of the outwear, cause almost all runways were full of coats and jackets.
Designer Anthony Vaccarello is not afraid of cold, his fall and winter are full of bare legs. Hot pants and mini dresses for the brave women who don’t want to hear about the cold when it comes to being sexy.
The designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi bets in layering again, fluid fabrics, hip dresses and chunky knit. The eye catch items are the socks with the brand’s name worn with ankle boots. We need them, right?
Maria Grazia Chiuri is injecting new blood into Dior, transforming the brand in the voice of the new feminist movement. The protest art of the 60s mixed with lots of kilts will be seen at ladies’ lunches all over the world.
The designer Pierpaolo Piccioli in his own words “Romanticism,” he called it. “It’s a strength today if you’re able to be assertive but not aggressive.” His collection is elegant, feminine, sophisticated. We’ll fall in love with Valentino all over again.
The master of all shows, Karl Lagerfeld, built a forest with Oak trees and the floor covered in autumn leaves to set the show’s mood. Models strolled in the wood in flat boots and long black coats and white padded jackets with the typical Chanel black trimming, mini suits in tweed worn with golden over-the-knee boots and of course, the classical bouclé jackets. Aligned with the cruelty-free trend, Chanel, like Gucci and Givenchy, showed faux-furs on the catwalk.