Fashion Trends Spring Summer Paris

The collections that reveal the next fashion trends spring/summer 2016 arrive at Paris, where alternating on the catwalk are some of the most important and acclaimed names in the world of fashion. In the days dedicated to fashion shows there is great anticipation for lines by Valentino, Elie Saab, Chanel, Giambattista Valli, Louis Vuitton and Yves Saint Laurent and not only for them. The Ville Lumiere is in turmoil, the streets saw vip, editor and passionate style, all ready to assist to the presentation of new collections and to see a preview of the upcoming fashion trends of spring/summer 2016. Are you ready to know them too?

At the Paris Fashion week 2015 there are many maison participating and which reveal the trend for future warm weather. In the first few days of fashion week we have witnessed the sensual and ultra feminine creations of Anthony Vaccarello, who presented a very confident, he knows his body and flaunts with absolute sensuality, while Jacquemus, once again, we propose a series of rather unusual look, from shirts without sleeves, to be included as the capes but strategically placed , clothes shaped white balls.

More refined and sensual is the Alexis Mabille collection that featured her line with slices of watermelon. And, in fact, is just the Red fiesta, inter alia one of 2016 according to Pantone fashion colors for spring, the real protagonist of the clothing signed by the designer. Looks much more particular, unusual but much sought after line of Dries Van Noten, who brought on stage at Paris Fashion week a series of look featuring jerseys tattoo which match satin bras and skirts of different lengths, fabrics and embroidery. Much more elegant woman ofRochas, who likes to dress shirts and pencil skirt by day, but don’t forget ironic items like hand-embroidered, giraffes and chic evening dress with lace and bits of gems and gold sequins.

Among the items of clothing that best characterized the Paris fashion week tick off the sweatshirt and sports pants, like the ones made by Chloé, and suits, from Carven metallized proposals vintage style of Maison Margiela, who characterized a great deal even the trends of Milan Fashion week.

In Paris there was great anticipation for the parade of Balmain, which was attended by many celebrities and also actively took part in several very famous models, from the great Gigi Hadid in Kendall Jenner, switching to Alessandra Ambrosio and Doutzen Kroes. All arrived at the Court of good stylist Olivier Peters, who in recent seasons has won a large number of fashionistas. The collection presented is mainly characterized by crop top crossed on the breast which are matched mirror but also long trousers with pencil skirts, flounces and ruches. The scales used are the caramel, emerald green, black and white.

Also acclaimed the Dior fashion show, this time leave the difficult second skin catsuits to make room for unstructured jackets with sleeves in organza, crop top with Scalloped edges and simple and sober suits. Red Lanvincatwalk triumphs over, this time think about a woman who loves to adorn themselves with sequins and drapes without forgetting a romantic touch and stylish Black Lace dresses and sometimes focusing on powder. Is decidedly more rock the Isabel Marant’s collection, which for the hot season rediscover the charm of lamé, which featured the disco look. Elements silver even on the catwalk of Loewe who, along with many other female suit back in vogue.

The Paris Fashion week 2015 turns with clothes from fine fabrics and rich in nuances of Elie Saab, that hot for next season as his woman with black or purple lace dresses, short day and long night, accompanied with delightful satin bomber jacket, bags and shoes. The more geometric look of Stella McCartney, that for spring/summer 2016 tip very much on the lines and the paintings, inspired by the world of sport, especially tennis, and referring also to the years ‘ 30, pleated narrow and nuance lamé. Mood completely sportsman instead for Balenciaga, who dared to complete with bolder, all available in white, with comfortable trousers and bras designed retro modified from Alexander Wang.

By Celine you switch from silk lace lingerie dresses with edges which are combined with narrow toe shoes and leather to tops and bottoms large and masculine with check pattern. Punctuated even the style of Ungaro, who presented the most complete composed crop top and short skirts but also delicious floral hoods which coordinating thigh high boots of the same pattern and fabric. And while Hermes relies on leather dresses, Giambattista Vallisurprises with a series of cut and 60 years ‘ minidress until reaching the hippie period, carrying on the catwalk maxi Gypsy dresses with corsages.

The last days of Paris fashion week were marked by larger and cherished maison parading in the beautiful scenery of the city of light. Chanel presented a collection characterized by tailleur, revisited in shapes and details, dress coat but also clear and smooth denim suits, all equipped by comfortable shoes and mirrored visor sunglasses. Karl Lagerfeld for the occasion has set up the Grand Palais as an airport.

Absolutely warmer and enveloping the Valentino collection designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Piccioli Pierpaolo, evoking the African style. The clothing line features precious suede patchwork skirts, dresses and tops network tie dye, long dress fringed leather and delicate pastel shades models. Focus on low and lace up shoes and necklaces tribal mood.

You can define the grunge collection of Louis Vuitton for spring/summer 2016by Nicolas Ghesquière, which focuses heavily on black leather biker jackets or pink, but even on the most different inserts featuring bomber with logos and rows. The pants, both long, both courts are color block with many small black zipper pockets, while the skirts are short, curved and bulky models, slipped and characteristic but also leather pleated.

In our gallery you will see all the most beautiful and iconic look of 2016 spring/summer collections presented in Paris: don’t miss out!

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