Your Paris Fashion Week Cheat Sheet: The 7 Trends You Need to Know For Next Season
As we recover from fashion month exhaustion and settle into the familiar feeling of fashion withdrawal, it’s time to reflect on the whirlwind of Paris Fashion Week and what it means for next season’s looks. The most anticipated shows tend to happen in Paris, like Hedi Slimane’s much-talked-about Celine debut and Clare Waight Keller’s first Givenchy collection since designing Meghan Markle’s wedding dress. Our takeaway from the shows will help kickstart your shopping list for spring.
Check out our list of the top 7 trends to come out of Paris Fashion Week below.
All things khaki are a go for spring. Utilitarian-inspired pieces like cargo pants and oversized jackets make head-to-toe khaki cool.
Brighten up with pylon orange. It could come in the form of streetwear shapes or something structured, but it’s all about looking juicy and fresh.
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Get caught up in open weaves or netting-inspired knits that are the perfect layering piece for spring.
Take a cue from Kim K and slip on some spandex with something unexpected like a structured jacket. This look is one part sporty and another part sophisticated.
Everyone’s favourite camp craft, tie-dye, has returned just in time for festival season.
If fall was a warm up for the ’80s trend, we’re going full on this spring, introducing acid wash denim back into the most fashion forward wardrobes.
This blue collar uniform has received a luxury label makeover. Flight suits are a utilitarian take on the jumpsuit and whether worn with heels or sneakers this look is sure to catch flight.