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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Four

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

In the blink of an eye, another Fashion Month is in the books, but not before going into the woods with Chanel. See how the fashion pack arrived in style to the most buzzy show of Paris Fashion Week.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Trois

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

No other city in the world inspires like Paris. For the grand finale of fashion’s spring tour, street stylers came suited (sometimes literally) in their finest, most fashionable duds before Chanel closes the curtain on Fashion Month. Off-the-runway, primary colors continue to reign supreme (yellow and red, especially). And trench coats? Still your most important spring essential.

Here’s the fashion that lit up the City of Lights.

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Get the Look: Black, White and Red All Over at Paris Fashion Week

Photos by Crystal Nicodemus

Between Saint Laurent’s sensational presentation at the Eiffel Tower and the deep freeze looming outside, Paris Fashion Week has been—in a word—dramatic. The same can be said of the street style. We’re always here for multiple layers—faux furs, bright puffers and plaid trenches—but we also love seeing pops of color, red especially, strutting in front of the Grand Palais. Ahead, a collection of our favorite looks from the final stop on the fashion tour, Paris.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Deux

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

As pretty as the city is on any day of the year, during Fashion Week there seems to be extra elan in the Paris air–even when that atmosphere is alternating rain and snow. This season, showers couldn’t keep showgoers from turning up in their finery. Balenciaga heels alternated with Triple S sneaks on the street. Power-suiting again prevailed. And coordinating handbags with coats was the new move.

Here’s the fashion that lit up the City of Lights.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part One

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

Grand Paris is putting on a show that rivals the Folies Bergère this Fashion Week. The temps might be low, but the style is haute in and around the esteemed venues hosting designers’ fall 2018 collections.

Here’s a glimpse at the variety of fashions on the theater of people in the streets.

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Our Favorite Style Stars from Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018

Photos by Crystal Nicodemus

Our street-style photographer Crystal Nicodemus on the ladies whose looks commanded her lens. 

Paris Fashion Week was a maelstrom of standout fashion and chaotic venues, with the city as a stunning backdrop to classic styles. Trench coats and menswear-inspired suiting were among the top themes. Texture continued to command, with lots of corduroy, shearling, velvet and silks. Patterns tended to be more masculine than we’ve seen of late: more plaid than floral, more stripes than animal. The palette was also a bit more subdued than we saw in New York; tans and browns abounded, with pops of red and yellow to keep things bold.

It’s been an absolute pleasure sharing this journey with you all.  I hope you’ve enjoyed peeking in on the wildest month of the fashion calendar. Merci, mes amis!

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Three

Photos by Crystal Nicodemus

We’re saying au revoir to a month of fashion with a final look at our favorite Chanel-clad street stylers. Ahead, take in the mixed prints and floor-grazing trenches that ruled Fashion Week’s final destination in Paris. Until next season!

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Get the Look: Paris Fashion Week Street Style, Part Two

Photos by Crystal Nicodemus

On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, Chanel brought down the (green)house with nature-themed escapism starring a waterfall and Kaia Gerber. The show displayed awe-inspiring, colorful, feminine silhouettes that have us already clamoring for spring. Not so fast, though.

For now, we’re clearly counting on the cold weather, while taking pages from these street-style aficionados’ fall outfits. Ahead, four final (totally weather-appropriate) looks from Paris’s streets that you can shop now.

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Fashion Bytes: Chanel Walks on Water at Paris Fashion Week

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Welcome to Fashion Bytes, a cheat sheet for your favorite runway designers. From style inspirations to behind-the-scenes scoops, here’s everything worth knowing at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018.

The brand: Chanel

The history: Iconoclast Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel’s now-iconic tweed suits and little black dresses were a revolution in the 1920s. Her black-and-white palette and borrowed-from-the-boys designs rebelled against the restrictive dress codes of the previous century by introducing society women to the elegance and comfort of simplicity. She remains the most internationally identifiable name in high fashion.

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Fashion Bytes: Valentino Promises the Moon at Paris Fashion Week

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Welcome to Fashion Bytes, a cheat sheet for your favorite runway designers. From style inspirations to behind-the-scenes scoops, here’s everything worth knowing at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018.

The brand: Valentino

The history: Although he officially retired in January 2008, Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani maintains considerable fashion fame and influence. Since 1960, when the designer established his maison in Rome, Valentino has been synonymous with his romantic, elegant gowns worn by the world’s most glamorous women: Jacqueline Kennedy, Elizabeth Taylor, Audrey Hepburn, Princess Diana. His decidedly feminine designs and signature poppy color—rosso Valentino, a trademark mix of 100% magenta, 100% yellow and 10% black—are a recurring presence on red carpets, as is the octogenarian.

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