Paris Fashion Week wrapped up last week on an uplifting note. Fashion houses paraded a series of collections that boast optimism and diversity – think lingerie chic meets sporty-esque and back-to-future inspirations. STYLE has picked our favourite 10 looks for the new season. We will probably see the high street taking leaves of inspirations from these as well.
For more on the show verdicts, read here.
Louis Vuitton’s techno bubble dress has got us dreaming of space odyssey. We love the impeccable pairing of structural leather biker jacket with cool epaulettes, chunky chained sandals and decorated leather hand wraps.
Alexander Wang sent models in 50 shades of white for his swan song at Balenciaga. We love the ultra-feminine boudoir dresses, yet our favourite is the elevated sporty look that Wang knows best.
Chanel’s extravagant shows have never failed our expectations. The Chanel ‘Airport’ theme is evident on this airport-inspired look. We also love the juxtaposition of high fashion and street style.
Celine’s spring-summer silhouette – bell-shaped top with a clinched knit waist – has sent us all Phoebe Philo fans into a frenzy.
The Victorian-style underwear featuring perfect scalloped hems sets the background for many of Dior’s S/S16 looks. We especially love the casual parka featuring haute couture-level embroidery that’s rumoured to be retailing for over HK$300,000.
Lanvin’s Alba Elbaz has given us fair ladies with a free spirit the go-to party dress. What’s better than a sequined tuxedo dress in pastel blue?
J.W Anderson challenges Loewe’s traditional aesthetics and applies an abundance of transparent and metallic materials. We love how he reinterprets the classic LBD with tassel details.
Stella McCartney’s fluid silhouette is rendered in a rainbow of bright colours. The carefree look makes us want summer to come sooner.
Chloé sent out models in feminine renderings of sporty track pants and we loved it.
This couture-esque tiered top and sleek pants ensemble from Alexander McQueen is one of the season’s most iconic looks.