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It's been another great Fashion month and now with PFW drawing the curtain we can round up the best moments and predict the trends that will inform the next Spring/ Summer season!


OVERALL TONE: GLAMOUR MEETS GLITTER! 

We've seen a shift from blunt norm core to glitz and frivolity and after fashion month it's evident that this trend is here to stay. Designers want to celebrate the joy of life during darker times. Dries van Noten dedicated her collection to "The Optimist", who knows how to break the rules. The sneaker gave way to its more glamorous version of the Manolo - as a nod both to the glitz and glam but also to the Carrie Bradshaw look that defined the early 00's resurgence that we're experiencing now. We also saw puffed hemline dresses at Saint Laurent, as director Anthony Vaccarello paid a tribute to Pierre Berge, Yves Saint Lauren't long time business and life partner. The end result was a beautiful show of feathers, frills, shimmer and satin. Alessandro Del' Acqua's creations emphasized on big satin separates and glittery dresses full of bold patterns and colours. At Maison Margiela, John Galliano's version of glitz was crystals, feathers and mirror embellishments on coats and dresses. Makes you want to party no matter what. 

PANTSUITS AT CELINE 

Tennis Club de Paris: Phoebe Philo showcases a stunning collection at a giant-tent bubble structure while Mary J. Blige's rendition of "You're All I Need", blasted through the speakers. The runway was flocked with extra wearable garments for example oversized suits with large trench coats reminiscent of an 80's power businesswoman. The colour palette was equally 80s scrumptious meaning pistachio pastel pink and fair yellow. Another element introduced by CELINE was extreme fringing on the hem of flapper-style dresses. When it came to accessories the theme was volume: oversize totes, balloon like clutches, big gold buckle belts, and chunky white lace oxfords. 

HELEN MIRREN & JANE FONDA at L'Oreal x Balmain 

The location was Paris Champs de Elysees and the occasion was the L' Oreal x Balmain fall 2017 collaboration. The show starred an array of stunning models like Doutzeb Kroues and Liya Kebede and two movie icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Mirren was dresses in a suit a la garconne while whipping her cane around with prolific elegance and confidence. Jane Fonda on the other hand, threw peace signs and really owned the long runway. A true inspiration seeing two ladies well into their 70s (Jane Fonda turns 80 at the end of 2017) strutting their stuff with pride. 

VIRGIL ABLOH RECREATES ICONIC DIANA SUITS 

More specifically, Abloh took the people's princess most wearable looks as an inspiration board just four weeks after the 20th anniversary of her death. The challenge was to re-invent those items without sacrifising them and coming up with a collection that would be in line with the current fashion climate. The result was briliiantly made tartan suits, graphic prints, prim coctail suits, polished whites, polka dot suits, and pastel coloured numbers. 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.com, Instagram

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It's been another great Fashion month and now with PFW drawing the curtain we can round up the best moments and predict the trends that will inform the next Spring/ Summer season!


OVERALL TONE: GLAMOUR MEETS GLITTER! 

We've seen a shift from blunt norm core to glitz and frivolity and after fashion month it's evident that this trend is here to stay. Designers want to celebrate the joy of life during darker times. Dries van Noten dedicated her collection to "The Optimist", who knows how to break the rules. The sneaker gave way to its more glamorous version of the Manolo - as a nod both to the glitz and glam but also to the Carrie Bradshaw look that defined the early 00's resurgence that we're experiencing now. We also saw puffed hemline dresses at Saint Laurent, as director Anthony Vaccarello paid a tribute to Pierre Berge, Yves Saint Lauren't long time business and life partner. The end result was a beautiful show of feathers, frills, shimmer and satin. Alessandro Del' Acqua's creations emphasized on big satin separates and glittery dresses full of bold patterns and colours.At Maison Margiela, John Galliano's version of glitz was crystals, feathers and mirror embellishments on coats and dresses. Makes you want to party no matter what. 

PANTSUITS AT CELINE 

Tennis Club de Paris: Phoebe Philo showcases a stunning collection at a giant-tent bubble structure while Mary J. Blige's rendition of "You're All I Need", blasted through the speakers. The runway was flocked with extra wearable garments for example oversized suits with large trench coats reminiscent of an 80's power businesswoman. The colour palette was equally 80s scrumptious meaning pistachio pastel pink and fair yellow. Another element introduced by CELINE was extreme fringing on the hem of flapper-style dresses. When it came to accessories the theme was volume: oversize totes, balloon like clutches, big gold buckle belts, and chunky white lace oxfords. 

HELEN MIRREN & JANE FONDA at L'Oreal x Balmain 

The location was Paris Champs de Elysees and the occasion was the L' Oreal x Balmain fall 2017 collaboration. The show starred an array of stunning models like Doutzeb Kroues and Liya Kebede and two movie icons Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda. Mirren was dresses in a suit a la garconne while whipping her cane around with prolific elegance and confidence. Jane Fonda on the other hand, threw peace signs and really owned the long runway. A true inspiration seeing two ladies well into their 70s (Jane Fonda turns 80 at the end of 2017) strutting their stuff with pride. 

VIRGIL ABLOH RECREATES ICONIC DIANA SUITS 

More specifically, Abloh took the people's princess most wearable looks as an inspiration board just four weeks after the 20th anniversary of her death. The challenge was to re-invent those items without sacrifising them and coming up with a collection that would be in line with the current fashion climate. The result was briliiantly made tartan suits, graphic prints, prim coctail suits, polished whites, polka dot suits, and pastel coloured numbers. 

Get inspired and shop the top Paris Fashion Week lewks below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: ELLE.com, Instagram.


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Kaia Gerber at Saint Laurent đź’Ąđź’Ąđź’Ą #PFW

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We know you may be experiencing street style fatigue as we're finally on the last 'instalment' of Fashion week month, but the fashion pack has truly saved the best for last. Inside PFW, Saint Laurent is causing shockwaves over his dismissal of covering genitalia, Yeezy's season 6 unpredicted appearance on the PFW calendar, and the fashion gliteratti that range from Carlie Kloss and Bella Hadid to Jennifer Lawrence and Katrine Deneuve are adding their sparkle. 


The focus though was also on the street style trends that emerged and made our jaws dropped and our hands ready to click buy. We still have a few days to go until Paris Fashion Week 2018 draws to a close we rounded-up our favourite trends every street style photographer was dying to snap all week! 

BERETS 

Black leather berets have been trending for a while now, and though many French women might cringe at the accessory item for being overly associated to their style culture, most fashion influencers, street style stars and fashion editors made a serious nod to it by sporting it on most events. Only this time the styling was quite differentiated. A manly beret cap was often juxtaposed to a ball gown see Carlie Kloss for example or worn as part of a masculine khaki dungarees. 

ROMANTIC DRESSES

There's always bound to be a bit of quintessentially Parisian trends during PFW. Apart from the beret styled in unexpected ways, the myriads of fashionistas also paid homage to the city of lights by going for extremely romantic ladylike dresses. The street style crowd didn't shy away from goinf full on Carrie Bradshaw at times (see Chiara Ferragni's pattern collision for example). Other street style stars going for the romantic dress look included Olivia Palermo, Roberta Benteler, and Carlie Kloss. 

MOTOCROSS 

This trend has resurfaced from the early 00's that are having a moment. Think Pink (literally) back in the day in her top-to-bottom white leather moto cross ensemble as she threw a motorbike through her ex-boyfriends window quite dramatically in one of her videos. Christina Aguilera also went simirarly bike crazy in Dirrty. Two weeks ago Rihanna made the resurgence official by dedicating her entire Fenty x Puma collection to the infamous naughts trend. Fashion influencers obviously took notice and sported the trend during PFW. 

Browse though our gallery for more street style inspiration and buy all the essentials from our exclusive PFW edit below! 

But we're not done, stay tuned for more PFW looks and trends! 

IMAGE CREDITS: Refinery29, Instagram, ELLE.

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We know you may be experiencing street style fatigue as we're finally on the last 'instalment' of Fashion week month, but the fashion pack has truly saved the best for last. Inside PFW, Saint Laurent is causing shockwaves over his dismissal of covering genitalia, Yeezy's season 6 unpredicted appearance on the PFW calendar, and the fashion gliteratti that range from Karlie Kloss and Bella Hadid to Jennifer Lawrence and Katrine Deneuve are adding their sparkle. 


The focus though was also on the street style trends that emerged and made our jaws dropped and our hands ready to click buy. We still have a few days to go until Paris Fashion Week 2018 draws to a close we rounded-up our favourite trends every street style photographer was dying to snap all week! 

BERETS 

Black leather berets have been trending for a while now, and though many French women might cringe at the accessory item for being overly associated to their style culture, most fashion influencers, street style stars and fashion editors made a serious nod to it by sporting it on most events. Only this time the styling was quite differentiated. A manly beret cap was often juxtaposed to a ball gown see Karlie Kloss for example or worn as part of a masculine khaki dungarees. 

LADYLIKE 

There's always bound to be a bit of quintessentially Parisian trends during PFW. Apart from the beret styled in unexpected ways, the myriads of fashionistas also paid homage to the city of lights by going for extremely romantic ladylike dresses. The street style crowd didn't shy away from goinf full on Carrie Bradshaw at times (see Chiara Ferragni's pattern collision for example). Other street style stars going for the romantic dress look included Olivia Palermo, Roberta Benteler, and Karlie Kloss.

MOTOCROSS 

This trend has resurfaced from the early 00's that are having a moment. Think Pink (literally) back in the day in her top-to-bottom white leather moto cross ensemble as she threw a motorbike through her ex-boyfriends window quite dramatically in one of her videos. Christina Aguilera also went simirarly bike crazy in Dirrty. Two weeks ago Rihanna made the resurgence official by dedicating her entire Fenty x Puma collection during New York Fashion Week to the infamous naughts trend. Fashion influencers obviously took notice and sported the trend during PFW. 

Browse though our gallery for more street style inspiration and buy all the essentials from our exclusive PFW edit below! 

But we're not done, stay tuned for more PFW looks and trends 

IMAGE CREDITS: Refinery29, Instagram, ELLE.

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3 days to go before we launch our new collection. Just in time for Christmas. These gorgeous hamsa and mother of pearl earrings shine beautifully with their iridescence. - - #hamsa #launch #new #latelitalondon #latelita #london #kensington #knightsbridge #fashionblogger #fashionista #fashionweek #pfw #paris #pearl #motherofpearl #evileye #dubai #silver #love #sparkle #instadaily #shinebrightlikeadiamond #iridescent #earring #jewellery #jewelry #jewels #joyas #jewelleryaddict

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Fashion Week’s final destination was Paris and the beautiful city showcased some of its best Street Style looks that you need to check out if you’re looking to add a little sophistication to your wardrobe! 


The weather wasn’t too great so the focus was definitely on AW clothing.

For coats, the favourite looks were  oversized trench coats and big leather or snakeskin outerwear. They were everywhere! 

As for the shoes, high knee boots were all the rage, and, oddly enough, there were quite a few mismatched shoes. Our personal faves were definitely the original black converses though, as they are so easy to wear. 

Scroll through the gallery to see for yourself and then choose shop the looks you prefer below.

Photo Credit: Vogue, Elle. 

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Aperçue il y a quelques jours portĂ©e par Lily-Rose Depp, il ressemblerait que la marque Courrèges fasse son retour chez les cool kids ! 


Pour prĂ©senter la collection automne/hiver 2017, au lieu d’employer des mannequins, les designers de la marque Sebastien Meyer et Arnaud Vaillant, ont invitĂ© leurs amis Ă  choisir une pièce de la nouvelle collection, Ă  l’essayer avec leurs vĂŞtements personnels, et de se laisser photographier avec. 

Voilà qui donne un véritable coup de boost à Courrèges ! La collection prend du caractère, on se l’approprie: les blousons croppés, mini-jupes en vinyle et autres classiques se mêlent à notre garde-robe pour créer un dialogue tendance, rafraîchissant.

On adore.

Faites dĂ©filer la galerie pour dĂ©couvrir les photos ! 

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The stunning collection by #AlexisMarbillieOffical #Pfw #CoutureFashion #HauteCouture ❤

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Chanel's SS17 Couture show at PFW was just held at the Grand Palais, and it was a 1920s inspired spectacle of extravagance and beauty. Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid and Lily-Rose Depp all walked, and stole the show. 


Lily-Depp, Karl Lagerfeld's newest muse accompanied him down the runway at the finale in a ruffled pink piece, looking the spitting image of her mother Vanessa. Kendall wore a heavily embellished flapper-style dress, whilst Bella rocked an edgier number. 

See the highlights in the gallery above, and prepare to swoon...

Photo Credit: Tumblr, AP, David Fisher 

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