Best Moments from Paris Fashion Week #tbs

For this week’s Throwback, this time on a Saturday, we go back 7 months to when Fall 2013 Paris Fashion Week was present day. Here are some of my favorite moments!

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Julia Nobis Sports Petals and Pastels at Dries Van Noten

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Julia Nobis leads a Dramatic Gareth Pugh finale

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Irina Kravencho Sports the 40s Full Skirt at Rochas

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Alexander Wang takes his bow, after a Stellar debut at Balenciaga

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Sigrid Agren, Ginta Lapina, Joan Smalls, Arizona Muse, Karmen Pedaru, Isabeli Fontana, Irina Kravencho, and Amanda Murphy celebrate after H&M’s runway show debut after 7 years

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Daria Strokous leads Lanvin‘s finale

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Janice Alida Sports embrodery at Christian Dior.

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Hanne Gaby opens the 90s Grunge Saint Laurent show

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Chanel Finale around the Globe

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Mackenzie Drazen shows off Beautiful Embrodery and Braids at Valentino

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A Sexy Sleepwear filled Louis Vuitton

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Stripes and Polka Dots Galore at Miu Miu

Vanessa Bruno Spring 2014

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I love Vanessa Bruno‘s show, it has that 90s Grunge feel with the plaid and the wedges, seen throughout all the Fall shows, but in a more Beautiful Spring like vibe. I see a bit of a nature like vibe, with the Butterfly prints on the dress. And the polka dots bring this very Cute and feminine vibe to the mix. But when all of these elements are mixed together, you have this just Beautiful, fun and vibrant collection. Leaving me Speechless.

 

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Pictured: Sasha Luss, Hedvig Palm, Esther Heesch, Julia Fraunche, Tian Yi, Juliana Schurig, and Hedvig Palm.

Nina Ricci Spring 2014

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Soft. Sweet. And Romantic. The three words I’d use to describe Nina Ricci‘s Spring 2014 collection. Creative Director, Peter Copping uses many soft shades of pastels, creams, and white. Incorporating many Dramatic ruffles, and Beautiful white flowing dresses, looking like they could be found on all of the Best Dressed women in Paris.

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Towards the end, Copping incorporates many Beautiful floral prints, in light shades of blue. Bringing a very Springy and Garden like vibe. And the Evening Gowns????? Just left me Speechless.

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Pictured: Kremi Otashilyliyska, Zuzanna Bijoch, and Natalia Siodmak

Carven Spring 2014

With an array of hyacinth camouflage prints at the beginning, Carven‘s Guillaume Henry uses Bright shades, mixing them with more conservative styles and silhouettes. The outcome: Just Stunning. The collection really brings more Excitement, in a season filled with anything but brights. The styles are just fun, Beautiful, and the silhouettes make the pieces even work appropriate. Making me want nothing another than brights for Spring.

Gareth Pugh Spring 2014

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I’ve always been very fond of Gareth Pugh‘s ways of making his designs look bold, yet so Beautiful that you just HAVE to Have every piece. Pugh took on a very Lady Gaga like inspiration, but with a more ladylike spin. Using Sparkling fabrics of snakeskin and many Silver hues, Pugh gives his collection kind of an Out of this Galaxy like feel, but very Lady Gaga. The structured silhouettes of the Gowns really give the collection a nice, Chic statement. Who isn’t obsessed with that bold eye makeup?

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The trench coats paired with the Sexy leather cocktail dresses, a must have of mine now, really give the collection a more Classy, and Ladylike feel. Reminding of a Classy woman walking down the streets of New York or Paris, but in an effort to make a Chic statement. While the fur headpieces bring a more Gaga feel, the long evening gowns paired with the fur really bring such a Ladylike, very Oscar de la Renta Fall 2013 feel. A Gareth Pugh leather trench and Cocktail dress pick-me-up in February? Yes please!

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Pictured: Sasha Luss, Catherine McNeil, Maud Welzen, Lindsey Wixson, Cora Emmanuel, Juliana Schurig, Maria Bradley, Maud Welzen, Juliana Schurig, and Gareth Pugh