Street Style, Paris: Gorgeous girls outside fashion week
Wednesday was a busy day in Paris, with Hermès and Miu Miu’s stellar collections closing out a month of Spring 2014 fashion shows, and Marc Jacobs bowing out as creative director of Louis Vuitton. In a tour de fashion force, many stylish individuals came out for the closing shows.
Again, we saw the black and white trend in full swing and many of our stylish ladies were channeling it with their own interpretative spin. Overlays of blooming floral prints blended with exquisite tailoring and funky textures were just the fun decals needed to make heads turn. Miroslava Duma made her mark with a brilliant white, structured jacket with cinched waistline that oozed femininity. The classic mid-century design was ushered into the 21st century with a funky, bold rooster print.
In a combination of trends, others expressed their penchant for soft pink pastels in a sexy slinky, boudoir style dress. Coupled with a sharp, plaid overcoat and complete with metallics dancing at the bottom of the jacket, it was the perfect balance of femininity and fierceness made appropriate for the city and not just the bedroom.
Sofia Coppola was resplendent showing support for friend Marc Jacobs in a candy striped, structured tweed jacket. The shaggy rug embellishments on the seams and pockets lent some vibrancy and fun to her tailored navy pants and fitted white t-shirt.
While we bid adieu to Paris Fashion Week, our Fall Fashion trends have only just begun. To see the rest of the list, visit our trends guide.