Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Paris Spring 2014 Fashion Week Street Style Part 5

Every season, there are the pieces it seems everyone’s sporting. But just because something's popular doesn’t mean it can't be unique. Let’s take a look at some women on the streets of Paris making the big trends their own. First, Céline’s red-white-and-blue plaid print. One showgoer proudly embraces it, donning not only the skirt but also a handbag emblazoned with the check. No one can say she doesn’t realize it's a craze. We’re also seeing quirky Kenzo shirts high and low, plus platform sneakers and dresses and skirts with a nineties-style tie around the waist (like Marine Deleeuw’s effortless Dries Van Noten). In the end, even if there’s someone right next to you wearing the same thing (there are three instances of just that phenomenon in this slideshow alone!), the confidence of individual style distinguishes the look.

Céline shoes and Chanel bags

Ming Xi

Kenzo top and pants, Céline shoes

Michelle Elie

Chiara Totire

Kenzo top and pants, Valentino bag

Kenzo sweatshirt, Céline skirt, bag, and shoes

Miroslava Duma

Aperlai shoes

Candice Lake

Ellery top, Alexander Wang bag

Sung Hee Kim and Ji Hye Park

On Ji Hye: Opening Ceremony sweater

Liu Wen (center) and Xiao Wen Ju (right)

Marine Deleeuw

Dries Van Noten dress, 3.1 Phillip Lim bag

Anya Ziourova

Céline dress and necklace

Ulyana Sergeenko

Chloé skirts

Coco Rocha

At Chloé

Yasmin Sewell

Chloé skirt, Nicholas Kirkwood shoes

Hanneli Mustaparta

Caroline Sieber

Diane von Furstenberg bag

Julia Sarr-Jamois

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