Paris Fashion Week 2017 Fall/Winter Collection

Paris Fashion Week has officially kicked off with a runway show from Paskal, rounding off an entire month of Fall/Winter gear in the four fashion capitals. Unfortunately, the fashion world will have to manage without a show from Givenchy due to Ricardo Tisci’s departure. However, there will be enough fabulous ensembles to gush over from Dior, Elie Saab, Chanel and Louis Vuitton.

From New York, London and Milan, here are our favourite Paris 2017 Fall/Winter collections.

Paskal RTW Fall 2017

Flair dresses are making a comeback, with the addition of elasticated puff sleeves. Floral appliques combined with raincoat fabrics at the waist and black floral gowns in technical satin that create a 3D camouflage effect.

Paskal RTW Fall 2017

Paskal RTW Fall 2017

Paskal RTW Fall 2017

Paskal RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Céline RTW Fall 2017

Celine showcased a classic yet luxurious collection that had been advanced with proportion, colour and print. There was also a sense of versatility, where women can adapt even the most corporate gear and transform it into a smart-casual idea.

Céline RTW Fall 2017

Céline RTW Fall 2017

Céline RTW Fall 2017

Céline RTW Fall 2017

Céline RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Dior RTW Fall 2017

The Dior models wore moody blue, ethereal tulles and embroideries with relaxed attitudes. Let us not forget the sparkling dresses and some deep blue velvet ensembles that echo the night sky.

Christian Dior RTW Fall 2017

Christian Dior RTW Fall 2017

Christian Dior RTW Fall 2017

Christian Dior RTW Fall 2017

Christian Dior RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2017

The opening of the show conveyed some bold coats and dresses. Most importantly, one side of each coat was pulled over most of the models which was fastened on the opposite shoulder.

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2017

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2017

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2017

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2017

Balenciaga RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Valentino RTW Fall 2017

Welcome to the Valentino world of Renaissance. There was plenty of decorated silks that seemed to be the focus of his collection.

Valentino RTW Fall 2017

Valentino RTW Fall 2017

Valentino RTW Fall 2017

Valentino RTW Fall 2017

Valentino RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Aalto RTW Fall 2017

Aalto showcased some interesting twists — black and white pinstripe pants with red fur wrapped around the waist, even a jacket overlaying tailored yet patched trousers.

Aalto RTW Fall 2017

Aalto RTW Fall 2017

Aalto RTW Fall 2017

Aalto RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Vetements have created typical characters that are likely seen in town. Throwing in casual parkas, hoodies, shirts, pants, even coats, it reminds us of everyday gear.

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Vetements RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Saint Laurent RTW Fall 2017

Saint Laurent’s impeccable ready-to-wear collection showcases basic jackets, sweaters, pants, and some good old jeans. There had been some dressed up ensembles like fur and leather jackets that are relatively ultra-cool, not to mention ultra-wearable.

Saint Laurent RTW Fall 2017

Saint Laurent RTW Fall 2017

Saint Laurent RTW Fall 2017

Saint Laurent RTW Fall 2017

Saint Laurent RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Chloé RTW Fall 2017

The sixties are back. Billowing blouse sleeves and some floating blue gowns were seen on the runway. There were some beautifully cut jackets and short coats in meaty fabrics and shearling, and a new pants silhouette, full-cut from a low-slung waist.

Chloé RTW Fall 2017

Chloé RTW Fall 2017

Chloé RTW Fall 2017

Chloé RTW Fall 2017

Chloé RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Balmain RTW Fall 2017

Balmain showcases the ‘ride of your life’ with chic yet urban ensembles. Take a walk on the wild side with chic metallics, suede boots and rustic leather jackets.

Balmain RTW Fall 2017

Balmain RTW Fall 2017

Balmain RTW Fall 2017

Balmain RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Dries Van Noten RTW Fall 2017

Dries Van Noten’s 100th show conveyed strong, cut tailoring with the addition of colourful fake fur sleeves. He opened with Kristina de Coninck, followed by the golden girls from the nineties – Amber Valletta, Anne Catherine Lacroix and Carolyn Murphy.

Dries Van Noten RTW Fall 2017

Dries Van Noten RTW Fall 2017

Dries Van Noten RTW Fall 2017

Dries Van Noten RTW Fall 2017

Dries Van Noten RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Lanvin RTW Fall 2017

Lanvin’s newest collection had a graceful ballerina quality to it. Ensembles such as powder-pink with a twisted halter neck and lace sleeves, and a skirt done in swishing layers that fell above the ankle. Think more ‘romantic ambiance’ combined with tailored black leather pants that were more chic than biker.

Lanvin RTW Fall 2017

Lanvin RTW Fall 2017

Lanvin RTW Fall 2017

Lanvin RTW Fall 2017

Lanvin RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017

Maison Margiela’s 2017 Fall collection is a combination of smart and functional clothing, some could be considered as basic, but with the addition of a beige suit or a pair of jeans.

Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017

Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017

Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017

Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017

Maison Margiela RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Powered by WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: