Yet another month-long fashion relay came to an end identifying the new, well forgotten or reinterpreted trends of the next fall-winter season.

To one of the highlights of the prêt-à-porter week in Paris we should attribute an anniversary collection of Alber Elbaz for Lanvin, which presentation was crowned by the festive song of couture.

No less interesting show was presented by Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton: on the eve of the exhibition devoted to twenty-year collaboration with the brand, the designer has created a unique by its texture richness and color palette collection, one of best in the history of the fashion house. And of course it is impossible to ignore the grand defile of Chanel, exclusively carried out under the glass ceilings of the “Grand Palais”. This time Carl took us in a fashion trip to the country of rock crystals. 

The creative duo of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, working already for years under the Valentino brand, presented a perfect in its completeness collection. The quintessence of femininity, the return to which was proclaimed by almost all the leading fashion houses a few seasons ago, Valentino organically combined with upcoming winter fashion trends. 


The new season is marked by a widespread return of the noble black. Monochrome (like YSL) or the classic combination of black and white variations…



 Along with a scarlet-red is in vogue again.

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Next season, the designers’ favorite blue, in its deeper, Nordic variations, also remains relevant

However it’s not necessarily to limit yourself to the black-white-red tricolor to reign in the fashion Olympus next season: the designers’ favorite blue, in its deeper, Nordic variations, also remains relevant. Stella McCartney, whose collection puts an emphasis on this color, offers surprisingly feminine monochrome midi-and mini-dresses or structural dark blue coats with an asymmetrical zipper combined with white trousers. 

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Gray, as we know, is the color of kings. And its shades are back in fashion

From the “starlit silver” in a futuristic Paco Rabanne collection, implemented by the genius of India Manish Aurora, to the “wet asphalt” of loose woolen Paul & Joe trousers and to the “mole” in perfectly tailored bourgeois suits and fur coats of Elie Saab. 

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Hourglass silhouettes, born in the fifties continue to hold the top position in Fashion

The “New Look” is an hourglass silhouette, born in the fifties and designed to emphasize the feminine form. Triumphantly returned to the podium a few seasons ago, it continues to hold the top position in fashion. Especially gorgeous this silhouette is in a dress-coat of Alexis Mabille, it is perfect in Dior collection and young – in Lanvin. 

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Indeed, the Lanvin collection is worth a special attention.

Extremely bright, stylish and unforgettable – it became the apogee of a decade of Alber Elbaz’s creative work for the fashion house. The heroine of Lanvin is strong and self-confident, whose wardrobe is a reflection of her character. 


One of the interesting trends that has passed from the previous season is large laces…

…creating the effect of perforated leather, invented by Marc Jacobs for the summer Louis Vuitton collection. Especially well they turned out in Valentino – perhaps one of the most famous fashion houses in lacing. 

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Tatiana Stolyarova

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