See all the best runway looks from the top Fall 2019 collections at Paris Fashion Week. From Harper's BAZAAR
Fashion Week shows might be full of next season’s wares, but it isn’t all about what we’ll be wearing in the future.Look at the street style of the influencers, fashion editors and buyers who attend and you’ll have plenty of inspiration for what to wear now.Across the pond in New York, fashion’s finest proved they can be just as creative with their ensembles as Londoners, with playful prints, plenty of texture and, erm, interesting headgear.What will London, Milan and Paris’ style icons wear? Watch this space.
It’s well-known that Parisians have a certain je ne sais quoi – a fact best demonstrated by a glance at the French capital’s street style stars.While New Yorker style veers toward the trend-led, London girls rock an off-beat individuality, and the Milanese embrace their flamboyance, Parisians are all about that elusive ‘effortless chic’.With the SS19 shows in full swing, we’ve rounded up the looks that give the French their reputation. (P.S we challenge you to not draw up an imaginary shopping list as you go…)Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:These are the London Fashion Week street style stars we’ll be copying this seasonThe best plus-size street style looks at New York Fashion WeekLet New York Fashion Week’s street style stars inspire your next shopping trip
In Paris, Kim Kardashian was targeted by Vitalii Sediuk (the same guy who manhandled Gigi Hadid in Milan), who attempted to kiss the reality star’s backside.
On Monday morning in Paris, a stylish group of fashion folk gathered on the rooftop terrace of a Catholic school in Paris to see Balenciaga’s first men’s fashion show.
“Cheryl Tiegs may have said what she said and it may have hurt a lot of people’s feelings,” Graham told E! News, speaking out for the first time since Tiegs, a former SI cover girl herself, made comments suggesting Graham’s selection glamorized full-figured women.
You’d think that in Milan and Paris, the men’s runways would mimic the streets: hunky guys dressed to the nines in immaculately fitted suits, slicked back hair, and $1,000 leather loafers (or, the Gucci furry shoes that are still a hit). Well, not this season. For the men’s fall 2016 shows, which culminated last night in Paris, some designers showed avant-grade fashion that incorporated recurring themes usually seen on women, like plunging necklines, skin-tight tops, and, perhaps worst of all, dresses. The boys also experimented with some quirky beauty trends, too, from sky-high hairdos to white face paint. And as men’s shows march back to New York next week, we anticipate that some American designers will add gimmicky twists to their styles, too. Here, we look at Milan and Paris’ most outrageous offerings.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
More than 150 shows, presentations and countless appointments over 29 days in 4 fashion cities, the marathon has finally ended. Looking back from the first show in New York to the last show in Paris yesterday, here are the strongest trends. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterestfor nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
More than 150 shows, presentations and countless appointments over 29 days in 4 fashion cities, the marathon has finally ended. Looking back from the first show in New York to the last show in Paris yesterday, here are the strongest trends.
Vitalii Sediuk targeted Anna Wintour at the Chanel show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2016 on October 6, 2015 in Paris, France. Photo: Turns out that notorious ice queen Anna Wintour is even cool under pressure. When exiting Chanel’s airport-themed extravaganza at the Grand Palais on Tuesday, the editor-in-chief was met by prankster Vitalli Sediuk. The Ukranian journalist attempted to get the Vogue leader’s attention by jumping over a security barricade and shoving a microphone in her face. Sediuk, wearing color blocked pants with black mesh wrapped around his head and one gold glove, channeling Michael Jackson, also pointed a finger in Wintour’s face.
Rihanna seen at LAX on October 06, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Getty Images If there’s one thing Rihanna wanted to make clear with her recent Vanity Fair profile, it’s that she’s human. She too eats pasta, makes mistakes, has a crazy ex-boyfriend she can’t shake, and dreams of a day when a man on a white horse (or black motorcycle) will sweep her off her feet. For more proof, turn to this recycled outfit—a sweatsuit!
Photo: Reuters When Kris Jenner sits front row at Paris Fashion Week, photographers go crazy trying to capture a picture of the momager, reporters use their sharp elbows and high heels to push each other’s iPhones out of the way attempting to get a quote about her daughter Kendall’s career, and guests clamor to take selfies and Snapchats, no matter how above it all they might act. Sure, her business acumen is impressive, but compared to Janet Jackson, is Kris Jenner really all that cool? Funny enough, Parisians and fashionistas alike seem to think so, considering the singer attended the Hermès show on Monday and no one even noticed. Jackson, who just released a new album, Unbreakable, took in the French company’s runway show with her husband, Wissam Al Mana.
Zendaya Coleman, the outspoken Disney star who slays with her fashion-forward sense of style, ever-changing wigs, and amazing words, is at Paris Fashion Week and her presence isn’t just a breath of fresh air, it’s the missing piece, the thing you didn’t even know you needed until it made its spectacular grand entrance. The Kardashian-Jenners are overexposed (the Hadid sisters as well), Rihanna is cool but also cool, and Elizabeth Olsen is beautiful and has sisters who make amazing clothes but — let’s be honest — kind of boring. Then comes Zendaya, walking through Charles de Gaulle in athleisure, appearing like a beacon of hope. She dresses in outfits many wouldn’t dare try, cozies up to the kooky Vivienne Westwood and even wears her equally out-there designs, changes her hair from cornrows to a pixie to a topknot based on her mood, and doesn’t hold back from saying what’s on her mind. When she opens her mouth and words come out, they’re poetic and prophetic, whether she’s responding to a paparazzi asking if she has any advice to young girls “who think they’re ugly and stuff,” or tweeting explainers regarding the technicalities behind wigs. All hail Zendaya. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Jada Pinkett Smith outside of the Guy Laroche show in Paris. Photo: Getty Images Willow Smith might be the model in the family — she was just signed to The Society Management, Kendall Jenner’s agency — but it’s pretty obvious where she got her looks from: her mother. Jada Pinkett Smith hit up Paris Fashion Week in an eye-catching dress and France hasn’t seen this much glamour since the Kardashian family took over in February. The 44-year-old attended the Guy Laroche show, a burlap, denim, and army green dream, wearing a black and gold body-hugging dress.
Life is all about taking risks and that exactly what Sebastian Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant did earlier this year when they put their own well-received label, Coperni Femme, on hold after two seasons to take a stab at revitalizing the house of Courrèges. I’m sure magazine editors have already put in their requests to shoot them. Accessories: The models wore low-cut Western-style booties (a reoccurring silhouette this season).
The magazine spread that made Kris Jenner a “crying, sobbing mess” on her flight to Paris. Photo: @krisjenner/Instagram Kris Jenner is so proud of daughter Kendall Jenner that she shouted it from the rooftops. Or did the 21st century equivalent: post a photo to Instagram and write a lovey-dovey caption. While escorting her 19-year-old daughter to France for Paris Fashion Week, the momager flipped through a magazine to an Esteé Lauder ad featuring Kendall.
1. Eat BIGGG for breakfastJust in case you have no time to eat the whole day due to back-to-back castings all the way from 9am-9pm. Yes, it could be that insane!2. Always be EARLY!Or else you will be all the way at the back of the queue… And good luck if you’re stuck in that situation.3. Be prepared for the longggg waiting time.Open up your mind, be sociable and talk to people. Yes, keep making small talks as time goes faster that way and networking never hurts! (See #13!)