I can’t quite wrap my mind around summer dresses yet, but at least fun skirts are doable now. Alina Gelzina wore a great pleated lurex one by Marco de Vincenzo to the Celine show in Paris. It’s especially great paired with gold glitter Miu Miu pumps.
One way to fast forward into spring is to break out the all white outfit, as Danielle Bernstein of We Wore What did with white overalls and a white shirt underneath at Chloe. The nude-colored heels keep the look from going over the top.
One of my favorite outfits on blogger Laura Comolli of Purses and I during Paris fashion week. These wide-legged trousers work really well with a cropped swingy jacket with black trim.
One of France’s great beauties, Inès de la Fressange, wore an elegant combination of navy, cream and black to the Hermes show in Paris. Mixing black and blue: one of the key tenets of fellow French model Caroline de Maigret in her book How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are. Detail shot of Inès, after the jump. (more…)
Will this long New York winter ever end?! Apparently not! But here’s some more sartorial inspiration for you. Irene Kim warmed us all up with a dose of color outside the DKNY show on a freezing cold day.
Kudos to Alexis Bryan Morgan, who just landed the job of fashion director at Rent the Runway. We spotted her at the Louis Vuitton show in one of her signature pink coats – a spring-y but warm look perfect for transitional weather. Does this mean Rent the Runway will start carrying Vuitton?!? A girl can dream….
Super blogger Chiara Ferragni mugged for the cameras at Pierre’s street style studio in the Tuileries – while wearing a beautiful floral dress, no less!
Another fun moment in Pierre’s studio outside the Valentino show in the Tuileries – this time with Justin O’Shea and Veronika Heilbrunner. She’s in another cute minidress by Valentino – their floral print for spring.
I love this planetary print of Valentino’s, and it looked particularly cute on Ella Catliff of La Petite Anglaise at the Valentino show. Extra points for matching her lipstick to the exact shade of her shoes and bag. And yes, hot pink lipstick is a great way to get your spring groove on now, even if it’s still cold in the Northeast.
A fun moment in the Tuileries when Pierre of Models Jam formed a pit of street style photographers and a lot of our favorite street style stars came out and posed for us on the makeshift “runway.” Sarah Harris gamely joined in.
I love seeing the Chanel models actually in Chanel in real life. Sasha Luss mixed a red and black tweed Chanel dress with a biker jacket, tights and boots, and a big fur hat. Another beauty shot of the Chanel cat-eye makeup, after the jump. (more…)
Despite her racy Alexander Wang ads, model Anna Ewers is actually a little bit shy in real life. We got one shot of her as she stepped into a car outside the Chanel show. The gorgeous cat-eye makeup was a hit – and perfect for the Parisian “Brasserie Gabrielle” theme of the show.