Fashion Week was bold and bright this season, with designers draping models in vibrant shades and expressive hues. Paris is the city of lights, after all, so it makes sense that colors would catch the eye and dazzle the lights. Let’s take a look at the top colors from Paris Fashion Week.
Fuchsia was a big part of Paris Fashion Week, as many designers incorporated it into their designs. Alexandre Vauthier layered fuchsia leggings under a black body suit, making the leggings really pop, while Yang Li went with a more simple style, a maxi dress in fuchsia with purple buttons. Veronique Leroy’s fuchsia and blue skirt is perfect for dinner at a beach-side bistro, and Saint Laurent puffy fuchsia blouse was made for staying up all night. John Galliano shows the professional side of fuchsia with a vibrant suit.
Get festive with these fuschia fabrics:
Paris reigned supreme this season, with jewel tones popping in many of the collections. Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood created a beautiful jacquard jacket, with sapphire and amethyst, while Balenciaga fashioned a velvet coat of amethyst. Christian Dior’s ruby dress is perfect for dinner and dancing, and Martin Grant’s emerald and sapphire fringe dress was made to move. Rick Owens’ emerald dress looks regal, perfect for a night at the opera.
Feel like a queen in these jewel tones:
Soft, subtle hue that is lilac stood out this season at PFW. Atlien’s zip-up sweater in lilac is perfect for a cozy day, while Loewe created a lilac made for getting stuff done. Talbot Runhof’s magnificent lilac ball gown was made for dancing the night away in a new lover’s arms, and Longchamp’s lilac blouse looks right at home in a wardrobe of powerful garments. Maticevski’s matching blouse and trousers set is perfect for relaxing at home or running around town.
Feel fresh with these lilac fabrics:
Monochrome garments were all the rage at PFW. Altuzzarra’s pale blue ensemble mixes patterns while sticking to similar shades, while Atlien uses the same blue hue cut into pieces and sewn back together. Emanuel Ungaro goes for the grey with a grey suit and matching blouse, and Officine Generale and Nina Ricci stuck with shades of pale white for simple silhouettes.
Stay calm with monochrome styles:
Pale blue was a popular hue this season. Atlien’s pale blue sweater looks cozy and cute, and Carven’s pale blue dress is perfect for watching the game. Dice Kayek’s pale blue skirt and jacket are ideal for a charity luncheons, and Etoile Isabel Marant’s rain jacket keeps the rainy day blues away. Haider Ackerman’s light blue leggings, paired with pale yellow, creates the perfect ensemble for catching up with old friends.
Pick out these pale blue fabrics:
What colors will you be wearing this spring? Let me know in the comments!