Every year, designers from all over gather in one of the world’s most renowned fashion hubs to showcase their creativity and hard work at the one and only: Paris Fashion Week. Seeing as this year’s PFW just came to a close on March 5th, we thought it was only fitting to share the trends you should be on the lookout for this upcoming fall.
The professional-inspired look is certainly a trend to be on the lookout for in the upcoming seasons. It was impossible not to acknowledge the sheer number of blazers spotted at this year’s Paris Fashion Week. Whether paired with a full suit or dressed down to appear more street, the “business-woman-chic” look was sported on almost every runway.
The 80’s just rang and they’re praising designers at PFW for this next trend. Shoulder pads are back, baby! We saw many designers send models down the runway strutting a dramatic shoulder, and whether or not you are for this trend, we must say we’re kind of loving this ode to the 80’s…
Accessories were MAJOR at PFW 2019. Over the top hats, eclectic purses, and edgy gloves absolutely dominated this year’s runway.
A few of our favorite hats from designers Nina Ricci, Chanel, and Dior that were the cherry on top of already immaculate outfits.
We haven’t seen an iconic glove moment in a hot minute, so when brands like Off-White and Olivier Theyskens brought them back for PFW, we were more than giddy.
We always look forward to seeing what bags will catch our eye during Fashion Week, but this year’s had our jaws dropping with their attention to detail and versatility.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: a good leather look will never die. Leather-on-leather was a major trend we saw at shows like Hermès and Balmain. Although leather is always a staple, layering it and taking it to the next level is definitely a trend we’re looking forward to seeing in the near future.
No Fashion Week is complete without some of the most iconic street style looks. Whether captured out on the actual streets or on the runway, Paris Fashion Week did not disappoint with street style looks this year.
Written and Edited by: Kami Strander