Thursday, October 3, 2013

Paris Spring 2014 Fashion Week Street Style Part 7

Today Vogue released some new PFW photos, and since they are all so awesome I decided to do another street style post. This will be my last one for this month, and I think it's pretty fitting  since it's "part 7" and there were, obviously, seven days in PFW. Another thing, something in my computer or server system is glitched, so if you click on the photos, they won't come up in a slideshow. I will try to get this fixed as soon as possible, but for now you can just enjoy them this way. Patterns reigned supreme for the entire month of fashion, and the last day was no exception. Lace at Valentino, what looked like an alphabet bodysuit on Edie Campbell... well it's no wonder that photographers like Phil Oh track endless street style every fashion week.

Edie Campbell

It's like the letters are painted, frosted, tattooed... on her skin. It true life, I would say that the checks upstage the text just a bit, but in PFW I say they are the epitome of creativity.

Caroline Issa

Black and white top and bottom, bright turquoise and white shoes. I think that the shoes are really my favorite aspect of this look, but I do like the rest of the look - especially that sweater.

Saskia de Brauw in Yohji Yamamoto pants

Giovanna Battaglia in a Prada coat

Happiness is key to me.

Jessica Hart in Valentino

Pretty in dusty rose, prettiness brought by my favorite - Valentino.

Deena Abdulaziz

Love the lighting with this one.

Natalie Joos in Mary Katrantzou

Bright colors galore.

Marine Deleeuw (left) On Marine: 3.1 Phillip Lim pants, Nike shoes

The ltimate Catching Fire capitol look.

When I was in Odessa, I remember seeing a bridge just like this one. When a couple gets married, they fasten a lock on one of the railings, lock it in place, then throw the key into the river. The action is supposed to symbolize everlasting love between the couple. I just love this tradition, especially the idea that every single lock is different, has its own story, its own color, its own couple.

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