PFW Fall 2018 Recap
After the exciting fashion shows of New York, London and Milan, we're already at day 3 of Paris Fashion Week. The catwalks were full of young designers' creations as well as the latest conducts of the iconic brands we've loved for so long.
It’s freezing cold in France at this time a year, but Saint-Laurent doesn’t go by the rules of Mother Nature. From leather hot pants to transparent boob-baring tops, the brand came up with the sultriest outfits for Fall 2018.
This season’s fashion week is not like the others. International Women’s Day is coming up, so the Christian Dior designer Maria Grazia Chiuri ditched the sweet and girly ball gowns and kitten heels for some mysterious pieces that mainly include oversized blazers, sunglasses and hats.
This is the first official participation of Marine Serre at the Paris Fashion Week after having won the LVMH prize in June 2017. We are so delighted to be able to observe the splendid looks designed by this designer. From plastic coats to ski suits, we have witnessed the most original designs. She brought a touch of mystery to her pieces by adding masks that cover the faces of the models.
Victoria & Tomas
Oversized was the theme of Victoria & Tomas’s Fall 2018 collection. The brand created oversized manteaux, blazers, trousers and tops, therefore giving the looks an androgynous touch. The below-the-knee dresses and skirts gave the mannequins a sexy nonchalant attire.
We loved what Anrealage did in this season’s Fashion Week. The pieces that mostly caught our attention included prints. The print jackets, manteaux and sweaters won the heart of the audience this week. We would definitely love to have one of those pieces in our wardrobe!
Maison Rabih Kayrouz
We are head over heels in love with the Lebanese designer’s latest creations. The fashion house opted for simple but sophisticated pieces, and every piece included a maxi coat worn over the clothes or over one shoulder.
Don’t worry, there’s more: take a look at the rest of the fabulous designs we’ve selected.