With New York, London, and Milan behind us—and all having left quite the impression—it's finally time to turn our attention to the one and only: Paris Fashion Week. We can't help but feel like maybe the fashion calendar is designed to save the best for last because we're always blown away by what we see on the final runways, and they really do set the tone for the trends we'll be wearing in six months' time.
Here, our editors will be updating you on the happenings at Saint Laurent, Dior, Isabel Marant, Balmain, and more as the shows unfold over the next week, so be sure to check back daily for your Parisian fix.
Another PFW, another Dior runway show for the books. As usual, creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri managed to pay homage to the brand's heritage (specifically by drawing inspiration from Catherine Dior, Christian Dior's sister) while still looking to the future and catering to the modern woman’s values of diversity and environmental consciousness. Her self-described "inclusive garden" was the perfect setting for this collection, which featured natural materials such as raffia alongside sharp and polished silhouettes and accessories.
If you’ve ever wondered how to pull off suiting in spring, Anthony Vaccarello has the answer: shorts. Beyond the blazers and smoking jackets though, his latest collection for Saint Laurent was rife with boots, dark prints, party-ready minidresses, and, of course, tons of black—all of which have become signatures of the house at this point and which shoppers, in turn, look to the brand for. Our favorite part of the show? Naomi, of course.
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