Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Paris Spring 2014 Fashion Week Street Style Part 6

For the last day of Paris Fashion Week, down went the degrees and out came the jackets and jumpers on the attendees—who are no doubt looking forward to the end of the season. A few colorful ones stood out, like Hanneli Mustaparta’s geometric blue pullover and Caroline Brasch Nielsen’s sporty sweater. And with the nineties being touted as one of the strongest trends for fall, showgoers gave the post-punk decade a sophisticated twist. Subversive plaid, spotted on a tailored Stella McCartney coat or mid-length Céline dress, prove that it’s possible to make grunge look grown-up. Some pieces were seen on more than one person, like yesterday, but others were unique in their own way - pineapple and arm prints were noticed as a fresh new take on the print trend, and leather also made another, more muted, statement. Overall, at the end of Fashion Month, this has been a pretty wonderful Street Style display. So click through to see the highlights of today - the last day of Spring 2014 Fashion Month.

Burberry Prorsum skirt, Hermès bag

Pretty fall textures and patterns pay homage to two fall trends - prints and leather.

Hanneli Mustaparta

For those of you who don't know this street style star, Hanneli Mustaparta is both a street style photographer and model, and knows a little something when it comes to dressing herself.

Sacai skirt, Toga bag and shoes

Sarah Harris

Stella McCartney coat

It looks like plaids are really in for this fall - especially with the coats.

Valentina Siragusa in a Stella McCartney jacket, skirt, and bag

Although you might see someone walking around wearing lots of prints, you will always see the someone who unitized prints - only in a slightly muted way. Enter the subtle prints - accented with a plain-done bag.

Caroline Brasch Nielsen (left)

Rila Fukushima

Can you spot the awesome googly eyed rings?

Joan Smalls with a Givenchy bag

Leopard is oh-so-big right now.

Tilda Lindstam

Can't leave Paris with some classic French food, can you? I wouldn't.

Natalia Vodianova

We have been seeing these type of lapels up-and-down the streets this season. Here you can make it look streamlined with a solid white color.

Ece Sükan

Haven't seen this before, have you?

Céline top and coat

More Céline plaids, again in coats.

Ulyana Sergeenko

Flare-legged pants used to be considered the 70s norm, but this season, in fashion month anyway, they have been coming back as a popular style.

Indre Rockefeller and Taylor Tomasi Hill

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