Favorite Fashion: Paris

October 9, 2015


For the next few weeks, we're going to let our fall interns take the reins and share with you some of their interests and talents. This week, we introduce our intern Sara. Sara is a junior at DePaul University majoring in public relations and advertising. Sara has a passion for fashion and now that Paris Fashion Week '16 is over, she is here to talk about some of her favorite looks. 



With Paris Fashion Week ending last week, here are some of my favorite shows and looks from the runway:




Mugler’s spring collection was military inspired with leather used as an accent on dresses and separates. Black, olive, and army green were transformed into body-con dresses with cutouts. The balance between loose and longer shapes has made for the perfect set of ready wear outfits. I love the sophistication and subtlety of the Mugler looks for a modern feel. These are outfits that I would die for! The skirt in the middle is my favorite.























Isabel Marant’s Parisian bohemian collection would make anyone feel like a jet setter. With the wanderlust looks that includes Harlem style pants, tribal prints, and silvery leather. I love the use of metallic with a bohemian look. I would have never thought to put the two together and loved every minute of it!























Karl Lagerfeld recreated an airline for his Paris fashion week Spring ’16 show. Among the literal representation of flight patterns were plane intarsia sweaters and arrival and departure prints. The show included classic tweed suits and colorful knits with festive bows. The girls sported backwards baseball hats, moto gloves and some wore goggle like sunglasses. I loved the futuristic looks complete with Chanel luggage and carry-ons, as the attention to detail never fails. His play on an actual airport was genius and I can’t wait to catch the next show!





















Can't wait to recreate some of these looks in Spring 2016! 


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