Charlotte Free, a true free spirit among models, after the Chanel show. I wish she had been at the punk-themed Met Ball – she would have been one of the only guests dressed appropriately. Follow her on Instagram for things like photos of her with Marilyn Manson.
Another example of big volume in fashion today: this saturated red dress with an oversize bow on Eleonora Carisi at the Louis Vuitton show in Paris.
One of the biggest changes in fashion in recent years is increased volume. It’s everywhere: in tops, trousers and skirts. Outside the Louis Vuitton show, Vogue Australia editor Christine Centenera balanced an oversized blue top with a black pencil skirt and powder blue suede boots.
We’ve been seeing a lot of double-breasted suits and coats on both men and women outside the shows. Caroline Issa wore a charcoal gray power suit under a red fur coat to the Louis Vuitton show in Paris. Click through for the clever message on the back of the coat.
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Photographer and blogger Candice Lake wore a pretty combination of a long suede coat and long white tulle ruffled skirt with boots at the Moncler Gamme Rouge show in Paris. No matter how edgy and dark fashion (and fashion photography) can get – romance is not dead!
One of the people we will miss seeing in the off season: Giovanna Battaglia, always a sunny presence on the fashion scene! She wore some great brocade boots and a cute hat to the Miu Miu show in Paris. Also on our radar: brown, traditionally a fall color, has been appropriated by the fashion set for spring. Perhaps it’s part of that ’70s vibe going on right now.
Nausheen Shah wore a great bronze metallic trench by Tome to the Louis Vuitton show yesterday in Paris.
Model Soo Joo Park, a favorite of Karl Lagerfeld’s, exited the Chanel show in a Fendi coat, leather pants and a Chanel sling bag.
There’s knitwear, and then there’s a work of art: that’s what Chiara Ferragni wore yesterday to the Hermes show in Paris, in the form of a cabled Delpozo sweater embellished with knit ruffles and fringes of yarn. Super cool! And no, your grandma probably could not make this for you.
A gorgeous look on Kozue Akimoto at the Sakai show yesterday in Paris. These flowy, printed boho skirts are going to be very big for spring and summer. Wear them with a leather or suede jacket now while it’s still chilly.
During Fashion Month it’s easy to overlook the actual photographers’ street style when some are dressed just as well as our show-going subjects. Marianne Theodorsen of the Style Devil wore a charming boater hat, collared shirt and white and ecru pleated skirt to shoot outside the shows in Paris yesterday. Modern Madeleine.