The end of Paris Fashion Week means the closing of fashion month. A wild array of trends made their way down the runways across the world, the most exquisite of which walked in Paris. From rich colors to decadent details, Paris Fashion Week did not disappoint. Let’s take a look at what Paris sees for Spring 2019.
Marigold, the rich sister of gamboge, bloomed in Paris. Carmen March’s bustier pairs beautifully with simple black trousers, while Courreges and Ellery both featured some stunning shorts. Johanna Ortiz’s lovely sundress features layers and fringe, and Joie’s A-line skirt looks perfect for a springtime stroll.
Take a look at Majestic Marigold:
Paris was all about volume this season, with puffed sleeves adding dimension to many garments. Alessandra Rich’s simple green wrap dress is made divine with puff sleeves, while Sandra Mansour’s green dress features puffed sleeves with a vibrant print. Alexander McQueen also featured a dress with puff sleeves, while Johanna Ortiz and Joie both added puffs to blouses.
Puff up with these fabrics:
Paris designers made a statement with sequins this season. Alexandre Vauthier stuck with the 80’s aesthetic with a one-shouldered, sequined party dress, While Emanuel Ungaro and Celine went more modern. Giambattista Valli’s stunning sequined suit features a lovely lip print, and Miu Miu’s sequined blouse is both casual and classy.
Suit up with sequins:
The shirt dress was a major garment on the runway for spring 2019. Joie features a more sophisticated silhouette than the traditional shirtdress, and Veronique Leroy and Samuji kept it casual. Kiton’s shirtdress looks perfect for transitioning from spring and summer to fall, while Leonard Paris’ dress looks ideal for warm spring evenings.
Get dressed with these shirtings:
Trench coats are a timeless classic, and they made it big at Paris Fashion Week. Givenchy’s simple style is paired flawlessly with a 40’s style ensemble, while Yves Salomon went for a modern trench coat paired with simple athleisure. Paule Ka changes the game up with a sheer trench coat, and Off-White and Vika Gazinskaya stuck with the classic trench coat.
Entrench yourself with these fabrics:
What trend are you loving from Paris Fashion Week? I love those puff sleeves! Let me know in the comments!