Paris Fashion week has completed its shows for the Fall/Winter 2019/2020 season. And although autumn is still not close, you can start adopting many of the trends into your wardrobe now. Here are extraordinary prints, gothic style, 70s and other trends from the past Paris Fashion Week.
Milan Fashion week made references to punk rock. In particular, Marni with its red and black colors, heavy boots, chains and black lipstick.
Meanwhile, french designers preferred concise Gothic with their Victorian lace, long gloves, and classic silhouettes. Alexander McQueen and Louis Vuitton dressed their models in black and red double-breasted jackets with studded straps, wide chokers, and an abundance of earrings. Also, Ann Demeulemeester brand used transparent flowing fabric for their gothic dresses and completed the looks with long leather gloves. Similarly, Maison Margiela, without changing traditions, created gloomy asymmetrical suits made of leather and textured fabrics. In addition, Balenciaga presented a selection of total black looks with long coats, midi dresses, and silk shirts.
Bleached brightly blue denim returns to the trend list. Past New York Fashion Week already drew our attention to the fact that the 60s and 70s are back in fashion with their patchwork and tie dye. Now, French designers have confirmed this trend with the return of denim, as on Jane Birkin in the 70s.
For instance, A.P.C. presented a selection of blue denim men`s suits. Also, Balmain showed blue denim skirts, baggy boyfriend jeans, and jackets. Tommy Hilfiger, in collaboration with Zendaya, presented denim overalls. In the same vein, Christian Dior exhibited bleached denim midi skirts and dresses.
Many French designers decided to decorate their collections with flowers. You can choose a dramatic rose shrouded in a chain like on Valentino‘s dress, or multicolored wildflowers like on Paco Rabanne`s pants. Consequently, flowers of different textures and colors adorned the clothes of many fashion houses this season.
For example, Isabel Marant presented floral print skirts. Also, Dries Van Noten used an abundance of print of roses and leafs. Most of Givenchy’s dresses were accented by romantic wildflowers and butterflies. Also, in on the trend were Andrew Gn, Mugler, and Saint Laurent, with each presenting many midi dresses with floral prints.
Geometric patterns and checkered print have been actively used by designers this season. Loewe played with textures and decorated their coats with a combination of leather and fabric squares. Also, Off-White used checkerboard print for dresses and capes. Meanwhile, Louis Vuitton used the same yellow-white color palette for their plaid skirts.
Balenciaga added large black squares over trendy blue denim jeans. A more classic Scottish checkered print in grey and green was utilized by Nina Ricci, and Christian Dior for their coats and dresses. Redemption presented red tartan double breasted jackets and capes.
Paris Fashion week showed that it is a time to focus on accessories. Examples include a huge white fur hat from Koche, and earrings from Jacquemus resembling napkins. Consequently, you have a lot of options to draw attention to your look with accessories.
Long bowlers were presented by Nina Ricci and Ann Demeulemeester. Kenzo and Loewe created fluffy hats from alpaca wool and fur. Also, Loewe presented intricate hats resembling either the ears of elephants or rabbits. Hats with floral print were shown by Valentino and Aalto. More restrained but not less noticeable models of hats were presented by Valentino in leopard print, and Dior in geometrical print.
Also, many fashion houses presented mono earrings in the form of a chain for one ear. Among them, Mugler, Off-White, Balenciaga, and Givenchy. In addition, bulky earrings for both ears were on showcased by Y/Project and Stella McCartney.