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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…)
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.
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.
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.
Model Zuzanna Bijoch and a photographer staged a sort of prank on all the street style photographers by shooting an entire magazine editorial in front of the Grand Palais for the Mugler show, using the circle of us photographers as background. Zuzanna looked great, however, so here’s her photo anyway!
Model Hanne Gaby saddled up outside the Dior show yesterday in a red Comme des Garcons trench festooned with dozens of buckled belts. Her chauffeur was taking her right over to the Balenciaga show in style.
The inimitable Joan Smalls exited the Fendi show in a cool burgundy look, one of several we’ve seen on the streets recently.
Bye bye, NY – I am heading to Milan and Paris for the next fashion weeks. The last time I traveled, I got stuck in Charles de Gaulle airport, but at least it was with super stylish model Irina Kravchenko. Here’s wishing everyone safe travels this fashion season.
Zlata! She has been one of our favorite models since she appeared on the scene a couple of years ago. She left the Creatures of the Wind show wearing a Prada shearling coat edged with brightly colored yellow and red fur, one of several bright furs we’ve seen on the streets recently. The shearling treatment here gives it a cool downtown ’70s edge.