PFW SS18: Day Seven

Day Seven of Paris Fashion Week brought with it some of fashion month's most highly awaited shows including Hermés, Alexander Mcqueen and Stella McCartney. Click through the gallery to see our highlights. 

Stella McCartney: It was all about relaxed glamour at Stella McCartney where the British designer showcased her aptitude for unfussy and sophisticated clothes that women want to wear. Highlights included boxy jumpsuits and shirt dresses, athletic parkas and African print trapeze dresses.

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Stella McCartney: It was all about relaxed glamour at Stella McCartney where the British designer showcased her aptitude for unfussy and sophisticated clothes that women want to wear. Highlights included boxy jumpsuits and shirt dresses, athletic parkas and African print trapeze dresses.

Sacai: Chitose Abe demonstrated her incredible talent for pattern-making by sending out a series of brilliant jumpsuits with ruffles and origami-like folds worked into them. Almost all of Abe's runway looks included multi-faceted pieces, such as jackets that could be worn as deconstructed shirts, that offer versatile styling options.

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Sacai: Chitose Abe demonstrated her incredible talent for pattern-making by sending out a series of brilliant jumpsuits with ruffles and origami-like folds worked into them. Almost all of Abe's runway looks included multi-faceted pieces, such as jackets that could be worn as deconstructed shirts, that offer versatile styling options.

Zuhair Murad: Lebanese couturier Zuhair Murad's spring/summer18 ready-to-wear collection offered opulence and glamour in spades. Mini dresses cut from studded leather will appeal to his legion of young party girls, while the collection's refined tailored suits and flowing Grecian gowns will be a sure fire hit with his older clientele.

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Zuhair Murad: Lebanese couturier Zuhair Murad's spring/summer18 ready-to-wear collection offered opulence and glamour in spades. Mini dresses cut from studded leather will appeal to his legion of young party girls, while the collection's refined tailored suits and flowing Grecian gowns will be a sure fire hit with his older clientele.

Hermès: Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski played with colour and pattern for spring/summer18 weaving a vast array of checks through her collection. Her streamlined silhouettes ensured the clothes felt modern, while the dusty orange, yellow, and cobalt blue pieces will provide an instant uplift to any summer wardrobe.

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Hermès: Nadege Vanhee-Cybulski played with colour and pattern for spring/summer18 weaving a vast array of checks through her collection. Her streamlined silhouettes ensured the clothes felt modern, while the dusty orange, yellow, and cobalt blue pieces will provide an instant uplift to any summer wardrobe.

Alexander McQueen: Inspired by British gardens in full bloom, Sarah Burton's collection featured whimsical dresses which were embroidered with a wide array of flowers while layers of cascading ruffles resembled delicate petals.

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Alexander McQueen: Inspired by British gardens in full bloom, Sarah Burton's collection featured whimsical dresses which were embroidered with a wide array of flowers while layers of cascading ruffles resembled delicate petals.