Another fashion month has come to an end! Following Milan Fashion Week FW19, it was Paris’ turn to show its best collections for Autumn/Winter ’19. If I have to be honest, Paris Fashion Week is my favourite one out of the big four! Not just because it’s based in one of the most beautiful capitals in the world, but Parisian designers (and the ones choosing to showcase there!) really know how to make clothes! I find myself ‘drooling’ each time I scroll through the various looks offered at PFW. As this is going to be my last roundup until September, when the SS20 collections will be presented, I want to quickly express my gratitude to all of you who have read my highlights during the past 4 weeks! I really thought I wasn’t going to do any more fashion highlights, but your continued interest really surprised me!
Ahead, Paris Fashion Week FW19 Highlights! I hope you enjoy them along with the gallery with my favourite looks! Also, don’t forget that you can shop all Fall collections at FarFetch, MartchesFashion and StyleBop!
Paris Fashion Week FW19 Highlights
- Rokh presented a collection of marble print PVC jackets and a range of floral and chain-link silk dresses at his Fall collection.
- At Paris Fashion Week FW19, Jacqumeus offered pantsuits, skirt-and-sweater combinations and double-face coats in various vivid shades of pink, orange, green and blue.
- For her Fall 2019 collection, Marine Serre showcased leather coats, sculpted parkas and head-to-toe bodysuits.
- Christian Dior, on the other hand, offered lumberjack jackets, double-face cashmeres and full translucent sequined skirts.
- At Paris Fashion Week FW19, Kocher showed bias-cut dresses with feathers, lace and sequins, inspired by a recent trip to Japan.
- Van Noten presented a very colourful collection of satin coats in vibrant colours and high-necked, long-sleeved shirts.
- A rather grungy collection from Unravel for his Fall collection. There were multi-coats, hoodies and PVC corsets among flare leather trousers and jersey dresses.
- White rib-knit sweaters, back-buttoned cotton drill skirts and oversized suits at Nehera’s FW19 show.
- For PFW, Lacoste fitted jersey pants, strong-shouldered and marbleized mini dresses including marbleized skirt-and-pant combinations.
- There was a lot of fluidity, split skirts and layering in Paco Rabanne’s FW19 collection.
- Y/Project, on the other hand, went for bombers, sweatshirts, jeans and shirts in cotton drill, denim and fleecy synthetics.
- There were mini dresses with dramatically oversize bows or shoulders at Redemption. There were also vegan leather day-to-night looks with animalia-patched leather biker shoes.
- Another off-the-beaten-path collection from Off-White with a mixture of wrapped, asymmetrical dresses and a plethora of hoodies and T-shirts.
- At Paris Fashion Week FW19, Jenny Packham presented a collection full of sequins, jewels, beads and feathers. The feathers featured on dramatic evening capes and skirts.
- For Fall, Balmain offered oversized black blazers, skirts, transparent trenches and jackets with sweet, but also strong feminine details.
- A lot of checks and plaids (I knew there was a reason I’ve been so obsessed with plaids lately!) by Mulberry. The looks included moto jackets, cropped black skirt suits and printed puffer coats.
- Kurogouchi offered shiny jacquards and silk turtleneck blouses with full floating sleeves, referencing her native Japanese style.
- At Paris Fashion Week FW19, Celine displayed pleated country-checked skirts, white silk blouses and glossy knee-length high heeled boots.
- Alessandra Rich presented sweetheart dresses, jersey jackets and ornate skirts. These came accessorized with sparkling drop earrings, necklaces and headbands.
- For Fall, Elie Saab came up with a set of fitted jersey dresses and pantsuits featuring high collars and heavy ruffling. The collection also included tuxedos, dresses and skirts.
- Valentino offered a timeless and simple collection, full of tunics, short coats and A-line silk dresses.
- The world saw the last collection from Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel’s show. And what a great collection it was! A lot of wide-legged trouser suits and long checked tweed coats in that classic Chanel cut and detailing. A mesmerising collection that you must see to believe!
- At Paris Fashion Week FW19, Louis Vuitton presented a collection of clashing textures, prints and punkish metal embellishments alongside face-framing ruffles and leather skullcaps.
Once again, I hope you’ve enjoyed my fashion month highlights! Hopefully, I’ll see you again in September. Until then, have a scroll through my other blog posts and keep checking for new ones!
Which is your favourite look from Paris Fashion Week FW19?
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