Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

With another season of fashion week done and dusted, we love nothing more than to trend forecast for the new season. With a focus on easy, ready to wear clothing, the catwalks of Paris already showed some key trends which we can’t wait to try ourselves.

From established fashion houses to new designers making a name for themselves, below are some of our favourite looks of the week.

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Shearling

Where: Louis Vuitton Fall 2015/16

Nicholas Ghesquiere presented a wearable collection for Louis Vuitton this season, with an emphasis of graphic prints and cosy knitwear.

Faux fur played a big factor in the first half of the looks sent down the runway, and we couldn’t resist this monochrome shearing coat.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

Black lace

Where: Valentino Fall 2015/16

Aside from Derek and Hansel’s return to the catwalk, Valentino offered a huge selection of dainty, evening dresses for all seasons. Our favourite? This black lace gown with sheer patches and riding boots to match.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

Bustier

Where: Stella McCartney Fall 2015/16

No need to sugarcoat it, but a classic, white bustier was probably our favourite piece from Stella McCartney’s latest collection.

But it might have something to do with the pearl accessories which really made us head over heels for this entire look.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

Skinny scarf

Where: Chloé Fall 2015/16

Inspired by the free-spirited style of the seventies, Chloé designer Claire Waight Keller embodied Parisian chic with sheer blouses and one important accessory, the skinny scarf.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

Double breasted coat

Where: Nina Ricci Fall 2015/16

The bigger the better was the motto at Nina Ricci this season, with large, double breasted coats adorned with gold hardware covering dainty dresses made of lace.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

Fringe

Where: Maiyet Fall 2015/16

It’s all about the statement blazer for the autumn/winter months, and the designers at Maiyet didn’t disappoint with their version.

A deep v-neck was accompanied by a fringed hem which made the outfit pop.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

Cropped trousers

Where: Barbara Bui Fall 2015/16

Cropped trousers weren’t only trending at Barbara Bui during fashion week, other designers such as Louis Vuitton, Hermes and Balenciaga embraced this look for the chilly season.

A perfect length if you want to elongate the leg with a pair of stilettos, or keep cosy in ankle boots.

Top Fashion Trends From The Parisian Catwalks

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