PFWSS16 Runway Recap

Time to say au revoir!

Paris fashion week has officially come to a close.

It’s always tough for me to decide which fashion week was my favourite each season since they’re all so different, but I think Paris Fashion Week may have taken the cake for me this year (no french pastry puns intended).

Check out some of my must-see shows below:

KENZO– Bold, graphic prints were paired with a fresh colour palette of blues, reds, and yellows to create a stand-out collection that popped on the runway. Mixing patterns was the name of the game, as prints were layered on one another painting an eclectic yet modern story for the collection.

Zuhair Murad-Stripes, suits, and sheers, oh my! The classic Zuhair Murad aesthetic of sheer gowns and stunning beading were paired with slightly more flirtatious striped dresses and sailor-esque wide leg suits. This collection was eclectic and covered a wide spectrum of styles, embracing new trends and  proving how vast the Zuhair Murad aesthetic has become.

Elie Saab– The traditional Elie Saab woman receives a sporty makeover as athletic inspired jackets and mens-y sport coats were layered onto fluid, feminine silhouettes. Of course, the classic Elie Saab evening gowns were still present for the die hard Elie Saab wearer to enjoy.

Chloe– Yet another collection to take a slightly more sporty, casual tone, the latest Chloe collection featured casual playsuits, skirts, and everyday jackets layered over luxurious floor length dresses.

CHANEL– A collection fit for first class, Chanel’s latest looks played off the classic lady-like look, with variations of streamlined suits and feminine silhouettes jazzed up with modern prints and appliques. Don’t we all wish every airport was as glamorous as Air Chanel?

And so concludes the SS16 Ready to Wear season.

I want to know your favourite moments from the past few weeks, so be sure to share them below!

Until next season,



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