Bonjour from Paris! We're in the home stretch of fashion month with many of the best and biggest shows yet to come. Read on for the looks we loved from the runways on day three and click here for even more reviews from the season.
Clare Waight Keller left Chloé with a collection that's sure to be a hit in stores come fall, from the shoes to the bags to the clothing. Colored fur tends to make me nervous; it feels like way too much of a statement. But this is so sweet I feel like I could wear it and not seem like a ridiculous person...right?
As I think I've said before, I'm a sucker for a pinafore dress and this is the exact right shape and length. It makes you look smart while allowing you to show a little leg.
I'm still not over pink; in fact I just had my walls painted almost this same shade of blush. So I should probably get a wardrobe to match, right? Carven's Mrs. Dalloway-inspired fall collection, done by the design team as the house is in-between creative directors
There's something so chic about a monochromatic look in which two pieces are different textures — especially when they're navy.
I forgot how much I wanted to dress like Sloane Peterson from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" until I saw this collection.
I love how central the earrings are to this outfit, and the low-key hair with an otherwise sophisticated, badass look.
I don't usually like houndstooth but here it's so small, the pattern looks more like plaid and the tailoring is just right.
I'm not a crop top girl, but the cropped jackets in this collection really got to me. Perhaps I low-key want to dress like a Hadid. Gonna need some abs and several inches of leg length first.