PFW: My 5 favorite collections at Paris Fashion Week

PFW: My 5 favorite collections at Paris Fashion Week

Hi dears! How are you? The most expected week ended with great collections, so here are my 5 favorite PFW designers, I hope you like it!

By Andrea Ochoa / Photography: Vogue Runway

1) Saint Laurent (@ysl)
The Eiffel Tower was the perfect backdrop for the YSL show. With Anthony Vacarello as creative director, the collection had an air of the seventies without leaving aside the elegance and romanticism of the firm. Some trends were shorts, blazers and knee high boots. But the grand finale was undoubtedly the classic black tuxedo modeled by Naomi Campbell, a true jewel.

2) Balmain (@balmain)
Of the most anticipated collections, Balmain’s creative director Oliver Rousteing is one of the most daring. “Own who you are” is the phrase that could best define his provocative style. This time he was inspired by the fashion and pop music of the nineties, with asymmetrical designs, one-legged pants, one-shoulder bags, fringes, glitters and contrasting colors in fabrics such as silk. I loved.

3) Alexander McQueen (@alexandermcqueen)
Alexander McQueen has always been known for launching dramatic collections. This time, its creative director Sarah Burton took old McQueen patterns and renewed them to recreate that essence of dark romanticism in costumes, dresses and outfits with sleeves embossed with organza, tulle and lace. Impossible not to think of British fashion of the nineteenth century to see this collection, exquisite.

4) Miu Miu (@)

The Palais d’léna was the perfect setting for the new collection of Miuccia Prada, a very feminine line marked by a mixture of colors and textures. Some of the trends seen were high boots with laces, blazers and coats in vibrant tones and skirts with frills.

5) Chanel (@chanel)
The most anticipated parade of the season is undoubtedly Chanel. With Virginie Viard as creative director, the Grand Palais became Parisian rooftops to showcase the new collection, a tribute to Karl Lagerfeld. The return of the classics was seen in tweed sets, navy style and the combination par excellence: black and white. The trend we see coming: skirt + stockings + sandals with rhinestones.

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Andrea Ochoa