Best of Paris - Fashion Week Women's Ready to Wear Autumn/Winter 2015/16

Paris, the last step after more than 4 weeks of Fashion shows. 9 days of creativity, new designs, excitement, and looks, where it was a question of fashion, silhouettes, materials, , savoir-faire and tradition! A look back over this marathon to decipher the strongest moments, and to define the woman of next winter: and she is going to be irresistible! Almost Bad Girl! Sensual, she shows her legs and even more! (At Anthony Vaccarello, Saint Laurent, Jacque mus, Balmain and Mugler.) The woman often being unpredictable, she will also hesitate with more of a romantic and wise allure, with midi-length skirts, pussy bow collars, the frills and froufrou, and the suggestive transparent pieces. (Carven, Rochas, Céline, Chloé, and Nina Ricci.) But the Parisian is above all urban, combining style and shapes. The prints and innovative materials, the becoming and enveloping cuts...mixing genres, a delicate dress under a masculine coat, or taking on patchwork with coloured fur or sheepskin. Paris Fashion Week was also noted by the arrival of new designers to artistic directors at several of the big houses, it’s the case at Nina Ricci, Hermès, Margiela, Guy Laroche and Carven. Another remarkable arrival on the catwalk, the surprise appearance of Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson at the Valentino final in their characters from “Zoolander 2”. On a serious note we could notice the return of the brunettes with personality on the catwalks. (Jamie Bochert and Mica Arganaraz) So we might ask the question: Kim Kardashian did you feel the need to go blonde? In any case she was talked about all over the fashion sphere and set off the flashes of the photographers. Paris, has a number of big important labels, which make up the city, THE fashion capital with a concentration of brands that account for and launch the trends, offering a creative and desirable wardrobe, even making the men want to change sex! And whilst these shows follow one another, some stood out by the surprising atmospheres, by keeping all our senses alert. (At Vuitton/Saint Laurent /Chanel/Kenzo and Dior) And in the early morning, the Gabrielle brasserie and Karl Lagerfeld welcomed us for a little coffee at the bar...Paris is a show itself, all the men and women sat on the terraces and look, the people wandering around, it’s a kind of show in itself, so it’s quite funny. Paris offers us a festival of creativity, of propositions, strong moments, events, which always draws in the crowds and even one of its American ambassadors. And it’s all of that, which makes the panache of Paris!Iinterviews: Salma Hayek: He makes you feel like a rock star Caroline de Maigret: The Parisian doesn’t like to let herself go, she likes to show her personality.Pierre Hardy: I'd love to be a girlWoodkid: If I was a woman, I’d love to wear that.Carmen Kass: It felt real Lou Doillon: Paris is a show itself, all the men and women sat on the terraces and look, the people wandering around, it’s a kind of show in itself, so it’s quite funny. Donna Karan: I love Paris, and it was an explosion of creativityMusic free of rights : Bandit & Nikit

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