With a mix of snow and circus acts, Couture Week in Paris wasn't the springy dream we'd hoped it would be. Chanel did build a verdant, poolside garden inside the Grand Palais, giving showgoers a much-needed respite from the cold, but other than that, attendees were forced to face the harsh elements of winter.
The sun did make an appearance on the first day, allowing guests en route to Dior's acrobatic presentation to wear camel-colored blazers and denim jackets and leave their heavier coats at home. But as temperatures dropped, we saw an uptick in puffers — particularly Nanushka's brown vegan leather one – shaggy fur toppers and an array of technicolor trenches. Bright-red seemed to be the most popular shade in outerwear, with the street style crowd wearing wool, leather and nylon iterations of the standout hue.
To add a not-so-subtle kick to an already punchy look, front row fixtures incorporated plaid bottoms, bold lips and Poppy Lissiman-esque sunnies into the rouged ensemble. Elsewhere, familiar fashion faces spiced up their winter wardrobes with accessories in animal-inspired patterns, like python belts and leopard print bucket hats.
See our favorite street style looks from Couture Week in Paris in the gallery below, and stay tuned for more street style coverage from New York Fashion Week Men's.
In case you missed it, catch up on street style from Paris Fashion Week Men's in the gallery below. (Plus, read up on our favorite street style looks from the menswear shows in Milan, at Pitti Uomo and in London, too.)