Paris Fashion Week is probably the most prestigious platform for a designer to showcase his/her collection. One can only dream of attending such an extravagant event.
I especially adored the simple white oversized sweater paired with bejewelled skinny pants on model Karlie Kloss.
The designer added a moody twist to his Fall/Winter collection; sheer cobweb-y panels and black cocktail dresses and evening gowns opened the show. Not the most impressive way to start off but then came the metallic emerald gowns. After all, it’s not an Elie Saab show without sparkles!
I loved the floor length show stoppers in shimmering gold and delicate embroidered metallic grey evening gowns! And the dangerously high slits really added that extra something to his collection.
I’m excited to see which of these dresses will end up on the red carpet next!
A series of metallic mesh v-neck sheaths and leather suits took to the runway and was just a disappointment in my opinion. His sleekly-neat style is getting old and well, we won’t be seeing much of that now will we.
Valentino was a plain pretty collection and I loved it. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli really stepped up their game this season with the signature long sleeved dresses that come to the knee or to the floor. The use of chiffon and precious embroidery was simply gorgeous.
In a crystal cave with shimmering sand, Chanel has yet again left us in awe. To the point where models were covered in crystals as well — eyebrows done up in crystals which took three hours to prepare. The collection itself was nothing too special but the spectacular runway design really covered up for this line. Did I mention there was a three-year-old model sporting Chanel on the runway? No crystal brows for him!