What do we wear next fall and winter? Fashion editor Nathalie De Geyter reports on the trends from the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week.
Isabel Marant, Chloé, Hermès and Loewe were dominated by cuddly layering looks in classic natural colors. The models walked in coarse knits, cashmere and leather along the runways in Paris. Seventies girls with a lot of attitude, prepared for cold, biting winters.
These Boots are made for walking
Overknee was yesterday, and ankle-high booties are slowly coming to an end (they have dominated our winter wardrobe for years). Knee-high boots are the new shoe must-haves. Whether playful like Dries Van notes, glittering like Rochas or bright red like Roger Vivier. The knee-high boots were combined completely in Seventies style to short flared trousers, mididresses or pencilskirts.
I’m a Party Girl
Short, draped dresses with wide shoulders – à la 80ies! Magda Butrym showed a collection that ranged from the 70s to the 80s. The highlight of her collection: the retro-inspired party dresses. At Saint Laurent a whole army of models in short, colourful, sequined mini dresses ran across the runway (25 of them). Isabel Marant also showed draped glitter dresses.