Paris Fashion Week FW18: Day Three & Four Roundup

Dana Mortada   |   03 - 03 - 2018

Day Three and Four at Paris Fashion Week arrived with occasional pops of colour featuring unconventional designs and layered patterns.


Belts, boots and gloves! Ann Demeulemeester put on a rough, strong but still a romantic FW18 collection. Heavy on monochromatic hues, Ann Demeulemeester put a quite rough, strong but subtle romantic FW18 collection.


Rick Owens FW18 sent out pale faced models with chunky plaid patterns and bubbly silhouettes. Lush velvets were epically discordant, and the newly introduced sneakers added a nice sporty twist. With this collection, Rick redefined the meaning of luxury.


Fur, leather, fringe, and shine! For FW18 Isabel Marant ventures into the Wild West theme packed with relaxed separates, cowgirl boots and covetable pieces. It was Parisian cool girls with a bohemian twist. Can’t get any better than this!


Titled “West Village”, at the Off-White FW18 collection streamlined equine-themed graphic T-shirts underneath corsets and glittering tiered dresses marched the runway. The hopeless romantic range displayed a mixture of fine chiffon with little ruffles and quilted jackets with cut off shoulder in cool blues.



As a mark of bravery, Guillaume Henry serves up an elegant chic dose for Nina Ricci with decorated shoulders and ribbon ornamented military coats. Henry brings the classic hat back to fashion, as he experiments with different textured maxi coats  and spectacular loose silhouettes suitable for the next best French  drama movie.



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