The entire Paris Fashion Week 2023 was just rocked by numerous well-known fashion labels. From Louis Vuitton and Chanel to Miu Miu, Vivienne Westwood, and Balenciaga. The busy fashion month schedule concludes with Paris Fashion Week, but as we all saw how phrase goes, the best is saved for last.
The 10-day event promised to be a wonderful ending, and it was, thanks to the usual heavy hitters like Dior, Valentino, and Louis Vuitton as well as the appearance of familiar personalities at IRL presentations. Here are the top looks and runway presentations from Paris Fashion Week 2023.
Miu Miu had one of the greatest looks from Paris Fashion Week by revealing their perfectly imperfect mood of untidy hair, tights pulled up over tops, coats over gym leggings, ensembles with components missing, and back-to-front bags with door keys dangling. You might want to reconsider wearing that sparkly underwear and stock up on sheer tights now that Miu Miu has reclaimed its status as a leading indicator of current fashion trends.
Givenchy also dominated the event with their clothing that was focused on strong shoulders, a trim waist, and accentuated volume in jackets and blazers. Elegant and polished evening wear. Several black dresses, including one with a bodice composed of pearl strings, played off the brand’s well-known LBD and pearls ensemble popularized by Audrey Hepburn.
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At the previous Paris Fashion Week, Loewe displayed their garments as patterns on plain silk shift dresses. They kept up their illusionary techniques; a bag chain supported a drape on a silk outfit; and Puzzle totes were enormous. The set featured an installation of 21 cubes of vibrant confetti created by artist Lara Favaretto to highlight the relationship between Loewe and art.
Following the touching memorial at the commencement of LFW and the passing of Vivienne Westwood in December, Vivienne Westwood debuted their brand without their creator at the previous Paris Fashion Week. The AW23 collection, named Tintwistle after the town where she was raised, was a tribute to her and parodied many of her signature pieces, including pirate boots, tall platforms, corsets, and tartan.
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The blue glow of her cell phone illuminated the first model’s face as she walked down the Paris Fashion Week runway, and the next two models were equally engrossed in their devices. Their arms were hidden in slant pockets instead of sleeves, giving them the appearance of a contemporary cloak. Little dresses and go-go boots were used by creative director Nicolas Di Felice to draw inspiration from the house’s 1960s history.
Balenciaga showcased inflatable forms that were sewn into the linings of hoodies, motorcycle jackets, and tracksuits to experiment with silhouettes at the previous Paris Fashion Week. Their bags were concealed by gowns of silk georgette that were heavily draped and ruched. And their trousers were transformed into coats as tailoring was deconstructed.
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Throughout Paris Fashion Week, the characteristic full-skirted silhouette from Dior’s New Look collection was on display in both exquisite prom dresses in primary-colored flowery satin and skirts worn with half-unbuttoned white shirts. A midi-length pencil skirt suit with a cropped jacket and creased-effect black silk and crumpled dogtooth check fabric was among the other standout looks.
Dries Van Noten
Dries Van Noten became known for its timeless designs at the Paris Fashion Week The store in LA has an area where odd archival items from previous collections are sold, and they seem just as contemporary as the current stock. Van Noten is a modest advocate for investment clothing. With faded florals visible beneath technical mesh and hand-painted floral designs combined with gold foil overlay on overcoats, this collection reimagines vintage fabrications.
On the other hand, Chanel displayed a huge camellia at Paris Fashion Week that towered over the entire Chanel set, and actual ones were left on each guest’s seat. The flower served as a major source of inspiration for this collection and was referred to in the press materials as “an immortal code of the house” by creative director Virginie Viard. It was spotted in many looks, woven into tweeds, knits, and silk garments, as well as on jewelry and handbags. The mostly white and black collection also featured winter shorts worn over white tights as well as pink, crimson, and aubergine highlights.
Louis Vuitton’s models ran along their runway at the Paris Fashion Week wearing off-the-shoulder dresses, coats that appeared to be made of steel, and boots that had been painted to resemble pumps. And they also carried tricolored items and wore futuristic light-up eye masks to look more fashionable.