Did anyone else get Game of Thrones vibes?
An alarming Paris Fashion Week incident involving a crazed paparazzi chase scene was not about Kim Kardashian or Kanye West, but model of the moment, Cara Delevingne. Watch the madness, after the jump.
It’s definitely not who you’re imagining.
Anchoring the month of fashion weeks is no easy feet, but Paris has never shied away from the challenge. With the longest line-up of presentations (beating out even NYFW) and arguably some of the largest scale productions, there's a LOT to take in. From the season's newfound artistic inclinations, to some "fringe benefits," we've distilled the best-of-the-best from The City of Lights. Click through the slide show to enjoy the feast…Bon Appétit!
The "exuberant aesthetics" of fellow Brazilian Carmen Miranda may have inspired Pedro Lourenço's Spring 2014 collection, but there were no fruit turbans to be found.
As usual, we've saved the best for last--even though Paris is at the end of the packed fashion month schedule, it never falls short on style. There's just something about the City of Lights that inspires people to pull out their most amazing bags, shoes, and clothes.
And it’s finally over. The Spring 2014 collections have been shown, with Paris Fashion Week ending on a decidedly sentimental note. But as sad as the fashion world seems to be about Marc Jacobs exiting Louis Vuitton, there's plenty of excitement in the air as well: JW Anderson is off to Loewe, Nicholas Kirkwood is also joining the LVMH family, Miu Miu might release a fragrance, and most importantly, Nicholas Ghesquiere is almost definitely about to return to the fold. Fashion’s future is looking more compelling every day. Click through to see the 10 collections that got me going during PFW, and tell us, what were your favorites?
From spectacular fountains to varied modes transportation, let's take a look at his best.
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If you want grand, artistic statements with your fashion, look no further than Paris! On the penultimate day of the Spring 2014 season, critics were buzzing about Valentino and Alexander McQueen's refined takes on ethnic craftsmanship. And then, of course, Karl Lagerfeld went all "Picasso Baby" at Chanel. Click through to find out what the critics had to say.
The moment you walked in, you knew. This would most certainly be Marc Jacobs’ final show for Louis Vuitton, where he has been creative director for the past 16 years.
This morning's Louis Vuitton show was, as rumored, Marc Jacobs' last for the brand recently named the most valuable in the world.
Critics thought a number of designers proved themselves masters of sex on the next-to-next-to-last-day of the French collections. Click on through to find out the top three.
Today, APC held a Spring 2014 presentation in its Left Bank studio. Per usual, founder and creative director Jean Touitou walked editors through the collection—once in English, and then in French. He had plenty to say about the clothes, but more to say about life.
We're always appreciative when a fashion show offers us something beyond the clothes to look at up close. This morning at Chanel's spring 2014 show, Karl Lagerfeld satisfied show-goers' needs to see more than just the usual ephemeral runway looks as they briskly walk by, with a full-on gallery installation. Click through for all the craziness.
Chanel’s runway show sets are always inventive and extravagant, but Spring 2014 was a world apart. A makeshift gallery was set up in the Grand Palai
They have arrived.