For Fall, designers at Paris Fashion Week showcased ankle-strap shoes in a wide array of colors and styles. The heels at Christian Dior looked like they came straight from the ballet, complete with boxy, point-shoe-inspired toe-caps, little bows, and ribbon-like straps in a muted palette ranging from black to mauve. Chanel went for an edgy take on the t-strap heel, adding chunky lucite heels to ombre ankle-strap shoes in jewel-tone shades. And Louis Vuitton went all out with versions that were super-high, colorblocked, and had metallic toe-caps and oversized buttons! See all of these fabulous heels in our Paris Fashion Week Trend Report. On Allison McNamara: Marni for H&M top.
Paris Fashion Week delivered rich, textural prints in an array of vibrant colors and patterns that are sure to make for a lavish wardrobe next Fall. At Louis Vuitton, more was definitely more when it came to prints. Designer Marc Jacobs turned out models in head-to-toe looks that saw prints layered on prints. Stella McCartney tried out embroidered patterns in a palette of electric blue, white, and black, and Miu Miu delivered '70s-style jacket and trouser combos in a bevy of eye-catching hues. Watch our Paris Fashion Week trend report to see all of these textural prints! On Allison McNamara: Marni for H&M top.
Paris Fashion Week just wrapped up, marking an end to the fashion month festivities. Before bidding adieu to the gorgeous runway collections, we compiled all of the top trends we spotted on the runway. Designers like Yves Saint Laurent, Vanessa Bruno, and Chanel showed gorgeous metallic knits, while Balenciaga and Kanye West focused on the future. Want to get the complete Paris Fashion Week trend report? Just click the slideshow to see the top 10 burgeoning trends on the runway right now.