The Top Looks You Need To Know From PFW

Paris Fashion Week marks the end of “Fashion Month”, and this year did not disappoint. From Saint Laurent’s chic looks to a moving tribute to the late Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, this season we were shown a diverse group of collections. Here are the top looks you need to know from Paris Fashion Week.





Filled with lots of tweed, overcoats, suits, high-waisted pants and monochromatic sets, Chanel’s last show with the late Karl Lagerfeld as Creative Director was true to the House’s iconic styles. Set in a winter ski-lodge theme, the models showcased the garments walking through snow - which made the perfect, ethereal backdrop for this special show.  





Bold prints and sharp tailoring made up the Givenchy Fall/Winter 19 Ready-to-Wear show. With this collection, Clare Waight Keller managed to make even the brightest colors dramatic. The addition of puffy sleeves, accentuated shoulders, ruffles and drapery added to the sultry mood of the show.





From suits to dresses and skirts, Joseph showcased a collection of oversized garments and outfits that look effortlessly cool. The pieces were mostly in neutral tones, with the occasional burgundy and gold added into the mix. While it was displayed in a showroom in Paris, rather than a runway show, Joseph’s Fall 2019 Ready-To-Wear collection is what chic wardrobe dreams are made of.


Saint Laurent



Sleek, edgy, and cool, Saint Laurent’s Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear show was one of my favorites this Paris Fashion Week. Set against a black backdrop with mirrors and alternating light patterns, the show was the epitome of cool featuring sharp cut, sparkly dresses, sheer tops, strong shoulder moments, feather-embellished heels, and wide-brimmed fedoras.





A mix of vibrant colors and classic neutrals graced our presence on the Valentino runway, with multiple looks having prints of sculptures and quotes on them. Many of the models were also seen wearing bell-shaped hats, which came in a variety of colors, textures and fabrics. With every collection, Pierpaolo Piccioli keeps topping each of his previous ones!


Martin Grant



From using colors such as auburn, violet, and hot pink to check prints, sequins, and metallics, Martin Grant filled this collection with various colors and textures in classic yet modern silhouettes. Filled with sharply tailored suits, jumpsuits, dresses, and skirts, this 22-piece collection is power dressing at its finest.


Petar Petrov



A combination of sharp tailoring and billowy silhouettes, Peter Petrov’s Fall 2019 Ready-to-Wear collection is the epitome of chic. Featuring flowy chiffon, and satin, dresses & blouses, structured suits, oversized sweaters with leather skirts, gloves, and statement neck designs, this 37-piece collection consists of garments that will add a statement to any outfit.


    These are just a few of the amazing collections that showed at Paris Fashion Week. What were your favorite collections/shows? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!