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Another nice high-low mix of Prada and street wear, this time on Giovanna Battaglia. At the Valentino show, she topped a denim shirt and Fenty x Puma sneakers with a gold jacquard Prada coat. The flash of ankle keeps the combination of jeans and a long coat chic, not clunky.
This lady with pink hair was by far one of the most stylish people to walk out of the Valentino show this fall – much more well dressed and fabulous than many of the young models. So yes, as the New York Times said this weekend, don’t dress your age. If you’re going to dye the gray away, why not dye your hair hot pink?
Whimsical, colorful prints are going to be big this fall season, and we got a sneak preview of just how beautiful they can be with Sofia Sanchez de Betak’s star-printed look at the Valentino couture show in Paris.
We may not be fully out of the cold weather yet, but you can keep it light and breezy with a long lightweight coat, which are getting more play on the streets than cropped jackets this season. Caroline Issa wore a beautiful lace coat by Sacai over cropped jeans to the Valentino show.
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.
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 like how Natalie Joos of Tales of Endearment can take new clothes, like this red mini dress by Valentino, and give them her own vintage-y spin. She brings out the ’50s styling in the dress by pairing it with a red headscarf and shades.
One of the guys – Pier of Models Jam – thought it would be a good idea if we set up our own “photo pit” in the Tuileries to catch all the models as they went by. Pier and his Italian photographer comrades started with three chairs and a tripod. More photographers gathered alongside them, then a bunch of tourists formed at the sidelines, and before you know it we had created a sort of huge arena, or “studio,” as we called it, in the middle of the Tuileries. Justin O’Shea and Veronika Heilbrunner danced it up for the cameras. Such a fun moment.
Dressy sweatpants – in leather or otherwise – are really taking off among the fashion folk. Model Anna Ewers wore a pair in black silk after the Valentino show in Paris. Pair them with sneakers as she does here for a look that’s more street, or wear them with heels for evening.
I had a dream last night about these DKNY jeans covered with decals, seen here on Dani Stahl outside the Derek Lam show, so I figured it was time to run the photo. A Valentino clutch and Fendi fur keyring add to the fun.