6 Looks We Loved from Day 7 of Paris Fashion Week

Stella McCartney, Hermès and Sonia Rykiel offered up clothes we truly want to wear.
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Bonjour! After tackling the fall 2016 shows in New York, London and Milan, we've reached the final stretch (and, arguably, the pinnacle) of Fashion Month: Paris Fashion Week. Read on for the looks that caught our attention on day seven and stay tuned for much more. 

Stella McCartney

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Photo: Imaxtree

This look strikes the balance between elegance, comfort and functionality that I'm always trying to achieve. It's the perfect coat length to pair with anything that has a nipped-in waist.

Giambattista Valli

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Photo: Imaxtree

Giambattista Valli's fall collection (like all of his collections) was really about the romantic, retro dresses. But I thought this fluffy pink fur coat was equally dreamy.

Zadig & Voltaire

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Photo: Imaxtree

Zadig & Voltaire's clothes are unmistakably for a city girl, and one who doesn't overthink what she puts on. This look is a great, cozy example of that, where the sweater and the coat don't really match — but also kind of do.

Hermès

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Photo: Imaxtree

For her third Hermès collection, Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski continued with her vision of a quiet luxury. She really didn't bend to any of this season's trends, but that doesn't mean the collection wasn't desirable. Who wouldn't want to look and feel swathed in high-end wool cashmere?

Sonia Rykiel

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Photo: Imaxtree

I love the distinct '70s-ness of this look, made all the more special by the bold stripes and patterned blouse. The prints used throughout the collection, by the way, feature tiny portrait drawings of the women behind the house of Sonia Rykiel, including Sonia, Nathalie and Lola Rykiel, as well as Creative Director Julie de Libran.

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Photo: Imaxtree

I love the way de Libran toned down any overt sexiness this black lace dress might have had with that sparkly palm tree — a motif that was also used almost ironically on fur outerwear — and pockets. Who doesn't love a pocket? I was also a big fan of these pom-pom heels.