Paris Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2019: Day 3 Highlights
Natacha Ramsay Levi’s Chloe girl is ready for fall—she’s covered in the covetable shearling outerwear, raw denim ensembles with cargo pockets and lust-worthy sweaters, coupled with billowy sleeve blouses (a house favourite).
On the accessories front, we see the return of the Paddington lock—arguably the first It bag of the house—and a little top handle bag resembling a lock in patchwork materials. All in all, we have no doubt the Chloe girl will be staying chic in the colder months.
Ukrainian milliner Ruslan Baginskiy has quickly skyrocketed to become a fashion circuit favourite for their hats. Their baker boy hats and berets to fedoras and boater hats have been spotted on everyone from Madonna to Eva Chen.
For the coming season, expect chic straw hats and boaters with interchangeable pins, and a fun variety of of-the-moment bucket hats.
As the milliner of Chanel, Maison Michel is a sure bet when it comes to stylish headwear. The house’s fedoras, boater hats and beanies are a mainstay for the fashionable set but one specific style caught my eye—a wide-brim bucket hat, made to resemble a bomber jacket.
Crafted from black nylon and featuring a small zip pocket as well as an orange lining, it's the perfect accessory for a rainy day.
(Related: 5 Minutes With Priscilla Royer Of Chanel-Owned Hat Brand Maison Michel)
After the success of his debut presentation Hotel Vivier, Gherardo Felloni introduced Daydream Vivier—a multi-room, multi-sensory exploration into his creative mind. There was a jungle room (filled with leopard prints), a cuisine room and a cinema room to name a few.
As for the product assortment, it was a lot of archive shapes but refreshed into modern cowboy boots and evening heels. New handbag shapes were also introduced—don’t miss the mini bucket with the handles spelling out “RV”.
(Related: 5 Minutes With... Bruno Frisoni, Creative Director of Roger Vivier)
Glenn Martens at Y/Project has gained traction for his anything-but-basic wardrobe essentials, and this season went from strength to strength.
Trousers became boots, sweaters turned into dresses, while jeans remained oversized and cinched at the waist. Other styles worth nothing are Martens’ evening wear—eye-catching, sculptural and unexpected.
After last season’s dedication to disco, Isabel Marant swept us on an adventure. Safari suits and khaki ensembles were styled with Navajo-inspired earrings and oversized silver-buckled belts.
There were plenty of neutral tones and ikat prints—shoulders were enlarged, while waists were cinched to further exaggerate proportions. For footwear, slouchy boots continue to reign the runway at Marant.
(Related: Net-A-Porter's International Women’s Day Capsule Collection Is About Making A Statement)
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