As fashion groups compete again for another season, one thing is clear: Paris is not disappointing, because you can see it in the front row and on the street. Models Dilone and Bella Hadid swapped tight jeans and pants and redesigned a casual uniform rooted in boys and slacks. The former uses a cool tack in the lattice, while Hadid uses her logomania jacket and vintage blue jeans on the top.
Leave Kate Moss, Victoria Beckham and Karlie Kloss to revive classic black. Moss achieved this with a textured velvet Nehru collar jacket, Beckham added spices with a bold bag and gold necklace, and Kloss evoked the grace of the old world by creating her LBD in the next season’s most coveted colour marigold jacket.
Elsewhere, Isabelle Huppert welcomed the exquisite daytime costumes of the 1970s, Olivia Palermo wove her monochrome ensemble in fur, and Nina Dobrev printed her scarf in a body-skimmed tea dress. The dressing is brought to the extreme.
But what Julia Garner’s Miu Miu customized grooved dress (with an eye-catching Angelina Jolie legging) and Kendall Jenner saw on Virgil Abloh’s trimmed jacket and Off-White’s trousers was the waist-defined belt (and tightened) title of victory this week.