Oui, Oui: The Trends at Paris Fashion Week
When it comes to what you’ll be wearing next spring, look no further than Paris Fashion week for inspiration. From September 23 to October 1, the runways overflow with upcoming trends from some of the most renowned designers in the world. Here’s a look at two whose creations appear in the Design District.
A Look at Louis Vuitton
When futuristic fabrics meet silhouettes from the past, the look is both reminiscent and modern, at least this was the case at Louis Vuitton’s Spring/Summer 2015 show. Eelskin, multi-paneled dresses, sheen, flow, velvet—the textures were limitless. The shapes, however, were a throwback to bygone days. Babydoll dresses, hip-huggers, bellbottoms and flirty, flair skirts gave a nod to fashions of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Pops of red; clean, flowing whites; and reflective brows rounded out the hues coloring the show.
Find Louis Vuitton at 170 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
Over at Hermès
It was Christophe Lemaire’s final collection for the house. And it was one that will not easily be forgotten. As the final show of Paris Fashion Week, the collection that came down the runway was full of draping, volume and adventures with silhouettes. Golden yellows, patterns, beautiful whites, smatterings of red and wearable neutrals peppered the runway, in shapes that included maxi dresses, oversized sweaters and voluminous shorts. These pieces were not only Lemaire’s last for the brand, but pieces that were built to last.
Find Hermès at 175 N.E. 40th St., Design District.
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