Text: Katerina Papapostolou
At Hermes an intriguing juxtaposition of flowers in sunset orange with flora in dark green and a symphony of all the hues of the sky: teal, petrol blue and purple went us in an adventurous trip down to the jungle.
This Chanel collection was a fest of art and fashion! The iconic tweed made a twist teamed with oversized, pearl-drops necklaces, rainbow makeup and doll like wigs.
Valentino’s regal catwalk pinned us down! Suede, fringe-trimmed capes and tunics in royal, emerald lace embroidered with motifs inspired by ancient nations, as well as luxury, gold jewelry and croco leather handbags.
Dries Van Noten created outrageous outfits engaging light grey sweaters and knitwear with gold, black and crème lame ruffles creating a mix of rich and poor.
Dark, mysterious, sparkling and reminder of Marc Jacob‘s workmanship was the fashion show of Louis Vuitton, as Marc Jacobs confirmed that he leaves the French house. Exquisite creations elaborated with dazzling crystals and glossy feathers styled with extravagant Stephen Jones-designed headpieces of ostrich feathers.
Geometric prints and designs took by storm the catwalk at Alexander McQueen.
Guy Laroche’s hemlines went against the gravity rules and stood by themselves in exaggerated constructions teamed with sporty hoodies.
And for the finale the ladies’ outfits for Paris Fashion Week took the crown worthily!