We're steadily chugging along with Paris Fashion Week and on day two, the street style set opted for a sleek, no-fail color combination for their ensembles. Black-and-white outfits were seen everywhere as showgoers traipsed through the French capital in between shows, which included Dries Van Noten, H&M Studio's "see now, buy now" collection and Lanvin. The fashion flock proved just how versatile this color palette is by showing it off with prints (zebra, gingham and polka dots) and interesting silhouettes. Colorful accents were subtle and kept to a minimum, sometimes in the form of a small handbag or earrings.
In case you missed it, catch up on our favorite street style looks from day one in the gallery below.