The Final Round | Paris Fashion Week Unmissable Shows You Would Love to Attend
The month of fashion is extremely vibrant, hectic and full of that insane sense of want to know what will come next season.
Paris itself has a particular allure that the other cities don’t have… It’s something magical, something effortlessly chic. A timeless romantic glamour that constantly wrap up the city.
Paris est un art de vivre.
I know that now you are having the feeling that Paris Fashion Week is my favorite out of four.. and yes! Jackpot, you are right.
Attending it, the shows, the presentations and the events hve a different taste in Paris… maybe there’s something in the air, the dreamy names or is the Eiffel Tower but believe me that is a unique experience.
Some of the most worldwide renowned labels that chose Paris to present their new Fall-Winter 2018/2019 are Loewe, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Valentino, Elie Saab, Hermès, Yohji Yamamoto, Westwood, Givenchy, Balenciaga, Stella McCarteney and MiuMiu to name a few.
Now that you are in the jungle of fashion week and you are searching for a lighthouse that makes some light in the chaos, I will show you why you will do anything to attend to these three shows:
Dame Westwood. From where can I start to write about Vivienne… Pioneer, activist and strong personality, the catwalk of Westwood is a show at 360°. Not only the clothes but also the emotions, the location, the music will give you a real experience that enter in your veins. For this season, Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler have honed the British punk movement of the ’70s. Vivienne Westwood is a religion in the fashion system, Thank God for the Dame.
Virgil Abloh is the king Midas of fashion, everything he touches become money and must-to-have. Provocative and indefinable with a bit of contradictory, has launched cooperation that were sold out everywhere… from the one with Wild and The Moon for the survivor fashion week kit with pressed juice to Nike passing by Fragment Design. For the next season the recurring print of Off-White is like a tapestry in pale blue and the jumpsuit are the main character of the West Village Collection.
Givenchy in the era of Clare Waight Keller is a real triumph even if we didn’t see some new influencing pieces. Acclaimed and loved, the dark collection is a blaze of luxury and grittiness in a surround of contrast. A noir atmosphere with a tangible homage to cinema, the collection was inspired by an enigmatic Berlin of the 80 and the sexiness was a real attitude that comes out as a reflection of the inside.