That's a wrap on Paris Fashion Week. But before we return to regular programming (read: concern ourselves with what we're wearing this Fall), we're delving deeper into the most noteworthy trends to take the Spring '13 Paris runways. Designers like Dries van Noten, Chloé, Vanessa Bruno projected seasonal romance via ultratextured florals, flirty ruffles, and downright feminine nods to sheer detailing. Apart from the softer wares, we saw a push for shorter hemlines on top — sometimes endowed with very voluminous shapes — along with a revamped take on denim, a cool reimagining of colorblocked styling, and more than one case made for wearing the prettiest shades of blue. See which designers were feeling the tomboyish look of long shorts, who (successfully) managed to combine sheer accents with a sportier brand of cool, and who brought back the Working Girl double-breasted blazer in full effect. Get our complete breakdown of the top 10 trends spotted at Paris Fashion Week right here, right now.
Oct 4 2012 - 12:20pm