Paris is known for romance and fashion, which was seen this year at Paris Fashion Week. From militant attire to the groovy 70’s, aesthetics of all types were on display at PFW Spring 2018. Let’s take a look at the top aesthetics from this years Paris Fashion Week.
The 70’s are back, as seen in Acne Studios’ leisure suit, perfect for hanging out at the hottest nighclub. Christian Dior’s cabbie hat and striped top are perfect for disco dancing, while Givenchy’s 70’s ensemble is perfect for headlining a musical festival. Mira Mikati reminds us all what the 70’s were really about with a “busy skating” tee and bomber jacket.
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Paris played with opposites this season, especially when it came to modesty. Alessandra Rich turns lace into a typical Sunday dress, while Alexander McQueen used little feathers to cover up and reveal the skin. Elie Saab’s evening dress is perfect is high cut and has a long length, but still manages to show some skin, and Giambattista Valli uses a lot of fabric to show a lot of skin. John Galliano’s garment looks like it walked right out of the 40’s, except for the sheer.
Show off in these fabrics:
Paris Fashion Week was all about one thing: Paris. Designers draped their models in Paris themed clothes, like Cacharel’s flag colored-cardigans. Christian Dior dressed a model in the stereotypical french ensemble, a striped top and beret, while Saint Laurent created a cardigan featuring the Eiffel tower. Thom Browne created a French-themed school girl outfit, while Moncler Gamme Rouge fashioned a star blouse and red, white, and blue skirt.
Feel Parisian in these fabrics:
Paris is the home of romance, which is why so many of the garments from PFW were romantic. Alexis Mabille’s innocent skirt and blouse are perfect for a first date, while Paul & Joe created the perfect girl-next-door look. Jourden’s sweet floral dress looks ideal for running through a field of flowers, and Cacharel’s pair of dresses are ideal for matching your partner on a date. Andrew Gn’s floral gown is perfect for an unconventional wedding dress.
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Soldiers, sailors, and scouts marched down the runway this season, showing us all that structure can be artistic. Alessandra Rich naval coat is reminiscent of WWII, while Faith Connexion blends the navy and the army. Givenchy and Nina Ricci went with more structured and serious suiting, while Alexander McQueen’s destructured trench coat looks straight out of a WWI movie.
Step up with these fabrics:
Amphora Brown Stretch Poly-Cotton TwillWhat’s your favorite aesthetic from Paris Fashion Week? Let me know in the comments!