The Fashion Month, with all it’s crazy buzz, excitement and creativity came to an end. From Loewe to Louis Vuitton and Céline, the shows from the City of Lights were more interesting and diverse than ever.
Loewe’s collection was the epitome of luxe sophistication. The airy fabrics, chic leather corsets and gold accents created an eclectic and super elegant look. The accessories were to die for. .Jonathan Anderson nailed it!
Phoebe Philo did for Céline what she is best known for. Relaxed, luxurious and minimal, the collection offered simple silhouettes and layers in light colors such as cream, white, citrus and peach. I really liked the dresses over wide relaxed pants and the minimal flat sandals.
The Louis Vuitton show was also amazing. Nicolas Ghesquière offered a sporty inspired collection, with a mix of tough patent pants, motocross leather jackets but also flowy and silk slipdresses.
Chloé was all about feminine lines (but with a tougher attitude), folk prints and ruffles, paired with more masculine items. According to the creative director Waight Keller, “I really wanted to capture something confident, but still with a carefree spirit. I can only describe the Chloé girl as a ‘gentlewoman,’ wearing guardsmen’s coats and gentlemen’s clothing, but still with the flou and lingerie lace. There is something clean and narrow about her silhouette, but still with a fluidity to it.”
In Balenciaga, Demna Gvasalia showed a fashion forward collection, with extreme silhouettes, puffer jackets, bold colors and mixed prints.
Vetements was one of the most popular brands at fashion week and i totally get why. It was a edgy collection full of leather and velvet elements, tartan prints, oversized tailoring, bold shoulders with urban sporty jackets and cool sock boots.