We’ve finally arrived at the final stretch of the Fall 2019 season. There were many stars at Paris Fashion Week (of course), but here we pick some of our favourite standout looks from the top collections this season!
This season Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran served up many silhouettes their fans will love – the clothes that you can actually wear for daily life. Even the black leather pencil skirt looked comfortable enough to wear daily, with less volume and layering. Our favourite – including the trench coats, denim separates, and pantsuits – were so simple yet very interesting. The color palette started with earthy tones and followed by nice shades of blue and green. This collection was full of daily, work wear appropriate pieces, but in a more innovative way. Totally sleek, modern, and sexy.
Chloé Fall 2019 collection was just beautiful, as well as very wearable. It’s a collection of chic pieces perfect to be worn in any metropolitan city in the world. Everything looked beautifully crafted and we are in love with the prints this season. The dresses really stood out and were quiet spot on, especially the ones in red and blue. The plaid pants with cargo pockets on the sides was pretty chic too! It was all about wearability. It showed you how to balance high fashion with a sense of fun, and we think it’s fantastic.
A continuously stunning collection from Jonathan Anderson for Loewe. He always offers interesting details. Look at the sweater that was embroidered with pearls, the checkered coat, the paisley patterned coat with ribbon fastening, the turtleneck knit sweater that morphed into a sheer skirt, they were fabulous. It all hit that note of something special women are constantly wanting to wear. We’re obsessed!
Ugh, what a spectacular collection! With a cyber punk vibe, he started off with his classic tailoring, such as the red coat with pronounced shoulders. Tucked midway were the silver fur coats and jackets, and they managed to take center stage. And then we fell in love with the red and dark aubergine gowns that closed the show, cut and draped gracefully, they were looking almost statuesque. The draping technique was incredible, really. Rick also collaborated with @salvjiia for the alien prosthetic, and they were amazing. This Fall collection was dramatic and sexy. One of the shows that really stood out in Paris.
Stella McCartney is an industry leader on sustainable practices, and this season, she’s not stopping. She kicked things off with a number of faux leather coat – that really looked like they were made of real leather, so cool! – followed by pink stunning dress with interesting cut and strong shoulder, and other separate pieces that were all perfectly crafted. According to a press release, the viscose McCartney uses for her collections was harvested from certified sustainably managed forests in Sweden. She also used strips of vintage tees to knit a multi color sack dress. And we fell in love with the super long necklace that was embellished with rubber bands. The earrings made from paperclips were a smart move too! Effortless tailoring, beautiful pieces, everything was terrific.
Karl Lagerfeld’s final Chanel show in Paris was an emotional, yet ultimately joyous, celebration of his legacy at the French fashion house, and we loved it. There were lots of different elements you can see from this collection. The show began with a minute of silence, and then Cara Delevingne opened the show, walking in a check jumpsuit layered under a houndstooth coat, a neck full of pearls and a fedora, it was very chic.
In the middle of the show, splashes of colors in fuchsia, teal, and blue were out in full force here and it was a perfect way to balance the whole theme. After that, capes, coats, leather jackets in black were shown and the show closed with Karl’s muses – also, Penélope Cruz – walking in an all white puffball skirts. All of the models that walk in the finale to David Bowie’s Heroes. Mariacarla Boscono was seen shed a tear while walking in the finale, it was heartbreaking. RIP Karl Lagerfeld, truly this is an end of an era in fashion. You were and always will be loved and missed by all.