Best Moments from Paris Fashion Week

It seems like it was only a couple of days since we experienced the start of the A/W17 collections in New York. However, it's now nearly all over. With Paris Fashion Week coming to an end, we have rounded up the fashion month with a look at the best moments from the ever so chic Paris Fashion Week.

 

CHANEL

There is no doubt that Chanel always brings an outstanding show. The brand always creates a strong atmosphere and this season is no different. This season the brand focused on space, with an impressive small rocket launch too.

 

Stella Mccartney

Stella McCartney had fun this season and ended their show with models dancing, in aid to tribute the late George Micheal. The brand's new season collection was sleek and the main focus was cruelty-free fabrics, highlighting ethical fashion can look amazing.

 

Fenty x Puma

Rihanna's third Fenty x Puma collection, which as always has an incredible buzz around it. With a school inspired theme that incorporates, preppy and urban with a bold assortment of colours. This certainly doesn't disappoint

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Alexander McQueen

Inspired by the middle ages and its dark side, however, contrasted with a feminine touch. Layered fabrics and embroidery were seen all throughout this collection, making it stand out further.

 

Dior

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Blue was the main colour used this season for Dior. Representing uniform to the lead designer, this collection blurs the line between what is masculine and feminine by incorporating both. While providing a powerful statement on women's rights.

 

Chloe

The final show for designer, Clare Waight Keller and she left it on a high note. With a retro feel throughout the collection that embodies both the sixities and seventies and an added care free feel. Effortless chic has never looked so good.

 

Valentino

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Valentino always manages to stun us with their beautiful dresses and this season is no different. With a mix of older silhouettes and bright pop's of colour. This collection perfectly captures both classic and modern.

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