Paris Fashion Week 2018: Beach backdrops and genderless fashion were things that you just can’t miss as a fashion lover
Fashion Weeks are known to create excitement and a buzz the moment we see upcoming trends on the runways. There are four major fashion shows which are known for their own and unique style and each of them are universally accepted. This year Paris Fashion Week 2018 came up with some of the sexiest and hot looks for the upcoming season. And as it is the last day of fashion week for spring and summer 2019 trends we can say that everything was classy and sassy undoubtedly.
Paris Fashion Week Street style is a lesson in using fashion as a mood booster for spring 2019. We already saw a fair share of neons and prints at New York, London, and Milan fashion week but Paris Fashion Week was more about fun and playful fashion. Bubblegum pink has replaced millennial pink. You could try wearing bike shorts with heels and Nineties heart-shaped accessories are back in trend. Check out the collection presented by known brands and soon you will find them at their stores.
The clothes were fun, just as a beach vacation in the South of France should be. Models walked along the beach barefoot.
The clothes themselves are, as always, exquisite in their own design, but it’s the craftsmanship, paired with the heavier, gothic styling, that really pushes it over the line.
The spring and summer 2019 collection is the first since the British designer said she was buying back full control of her namesake brand from French luxury group Kering.
There followed lots of looks in black and each one effectively created an effect. A tuxedo with a fine tulle ruffle spilling from the front; an incredible peasant dress with a bubble skirt and balloon sleeves.
2019 collection for the brand is no exception, packed with subtly-sexy pieces for women high-waisted paper bag pants, low-cut blazer jumpsuits and sleek, sensuous dresses.
All these looks are just amazing and are setting right examples for your shopping goals.