Paris Fashion Week has officially come to an end with some of the best shows saved for last…
In what seemed like a long (and we mean, very long) month of coveted runways, Fashion Month has finally ended with Paris Fashion Week concluding the schedule.
Flooded with emotional tributes, achingly cool Fall/Winter ’19 creations and second chances (for Hedi Slimane at Celine, in particular), this season marked a momentous one.
Before officially saying au revoir, we’re digesting two of the final collections showcased on the last day. Here’s looking at Miu Miu and Lacoste…
Miuccia Prada had a somber approach to autumnal dressing this season. The creative force behind the brand released a collection that unfolded between black-walled corridors and onto a felted catwalk.
A clear visual overload, the runway exploded with silhouettes that invited rebelliousness. Camouflage was aplenty as military-inspired pockets and over-sized capes dominated the collection. Then emerged the brand’s nod to femininity. We spotted a slew of A-line mini-dresses, complete with sheer fabrics and bright florals.
Browse through some of MOJEH’s favourite looks from Miu Miu’s Fall/Winter ’19 show…
Next on the list was Lacoste.
Officially making her mark as the brand’s newest Creative Director was Louise Trotter. And it seemed like she made a solid debut.
Trotter’s first efforts for the French company were translated through a co-ed collection that was undeniably cool and effortless. Brimming with boxy shapes, camel-coloured hues, crisp separates and an urban aesthetic, the collection proved a new fashion direction for the house.
Also, there was a serious play on colour-blocking and intricate patchworks. Models fronted a slew of polo shirt-dresses, pleated skirts, sporty stripes and chunky collars.
Browse through some of MOJEH’s favourite looks from Lacoste’s Fall/Winter ’19 show…
Now, browse through Louis Vuitton’s Fall/Winter ’19 showcase which officially closed Paris Fashion Week.
- Words by Meeran Mekkaoui