Paris Fashion Week has just started and already there are looks we love. While we’re still waiting on the big fashion power houses, below are some of our early favourites.
Dries Van Noten worked with English James Reeve to inspire and create a collection that was reminiscent of Italian and Spanish haute couture from the 1950s. The collection consisted of screen-printed dresses, boleros, ruffles, bows and flamenco-flared skirts.
Rochas designer Marco Zanini described his spring collection as a journey through the vortex of cinema. Zanini looked to films by Hitchcock, Tim Burton and John Waters to create a 50s-style collection.
Felipe Oliveia Baptista’s collection was all about freedom. Which is probably why the collection was so relaxed. Models walked the runway with their hair blowing, care of a wind machine, and showed off sleek dresses, motocycle pants and skirts with a nonchalant feel. And zips. Lots of zips.
Images via Style.com.