Mar 11, 2015

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Top 7 Things that People Loved about Paris Fashion Week 2015

Paris Fashion Week is one, if not, the most anticipated event in the fashion industry, and for good reason. For one, it is attended by some of the biggest names, from celebrities to politicians. For another, PFW annually features masterpieces from some of the most talked about designers around the world.

This year, some of the highlights that made the opening of the Paris Fashion Week 2015 include the following:

 1. Kanye West’s performance

Yeezy rocked the Fondation Louis Vuitton with the first in a series of concerts for a cause, which will happen throughout the Paris Fashion Week.

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 2. Junya Watanabe’s collection

Junya Watanabe’s collection was composed of eye-catching clothes. But what really caught everyone’s attention was the handwritten graffiti found on the models’ arms and legs.

 3. Nina Ricci’s party dress

It was hard to miss Nina Ricci’s red sequined holographic dress.

 4. Robert Clergerie’s amazing shoes

If you love flat shoes, then Robert Clergerie’s collection is definitely for you. But the gladiator sandal-brogue hybrid will be another reason you will love this brand even more.

 5. Givenchy’s unlikely theme

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There were a lot of Victorian-chola girl style as well as bold piercings and lace in their collection. Aside from that, there were moustaches and facial hair – for women. Each of the Givenchy models who walked the runway was embellished with crystals or shimmering jet that almost obscured the models’ features. There were also lots of earrings and chunky jewelries on the ears and face.

 6. Haider Ackermann’s tailored punk

Ackermann’s collection that was introduced to Paris Fashion Week gave a touch of punk to tailored apparel with its raggedy stitches on the models’ hair and clothes.

 7. Vivienne Westwood continues to push boundaries

The legendary British punk-haute-couture designer has always been a step away from scandalizing her designs, and this year is not an exemption. She made male models walk in ball gowns and knitted pants, while women in cropped suit jackets.

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