Paris was filled with patterns this season, models draped in everything from floral to check. It’s time to take a look at the top patterns from Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018.
This popular pattern just won’t fade, as it was quite popular at PFW this year. Dries Van Noten’s coffee colored ombre is perfect for ordering a latte while running fashionably late to a charity ball, while Elie Saab’s gown is always on time. Saint Laurent’s multicolored ombre jacket is ideal for late-night bowling with friends, while Tsumori Chisato’s ombre overalls are great for tossing a ball around in the backyard. Talbot Runhof’s ombre cocktail dress is perfect for hosting dinner parties, and impressing your friends with how well put together you are.
Go all out in ombre:
Paris and paisley made a great pair this season. Atlien’s wrap top in paisley is perfect for international travel, while Loewe’s bohemian dress was made for lounging at home or walking through fields. Explore new cities in Tsumori Chisato’s funky paisley suit, or tone it down with Y/Project’s grey paisley coat. Vanessa Seward’s paisley jumpsuit is perfect for any occasion, from spring weddings to museum tours.
Pick out some of these paisleys:
Patchwork was popular this year at Paris Fashion Week. Designers like Barbara Bui and Gypsy Sport simply patched together denim, while others like Christian Dior embellished their patches with funky artwork. Loewe gracefully fades a white dress into a tasteful patchwork, creating the perfect ensemble for just about any function, fancy or funky.
Patch yourself together with these fabrics:
This hippie style was made sophisticated at PFW. Lemaire’s tie dye pajamas glittered elegantly, and Chanel’s tiered dress in tie dye mixes chic and hippie. Esteban Cortazar’s tie dye denim is ideal for hanging out at the drive-in movies, while Bernhard Willhelm’s version of tie dye denim fits right in at an indie coffee shop. Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood’s tie dye sweater is a great garment for keeping warm and looking cool.
Take a look at these tie dyes:
Windowpane check is the height of fashion, making an appearance on almost every runway. APC’s coat and matching the is the perfect example of this simple yet stunning style, while Dice Kayek gets a little more intricate with the pattern. Ellery’s brown skirt is both stylish yet professional, and Chanel’s tunic and skirt work perfectly for garden parties. Balmain’s windowpane check trousers and top are perfect for brunch with the girls.
Check out these windowpane fabrics:
What’s your favorite pattern of the season? Let me know in the comments!