I will be chatting today about the trends I witnessed on the streets of Paris this past fall. I always feel Parisian style is a bit more individualistic then American style. I find in the states that people are much more driven by specific trends and brands, with everyone wearing similar looks and styles from the same fashion houses; almost a uniform if you will; while in Paris it is more about expressing your individual style. That said Parisians do indeed follow trends much like their counterparts across the pond. I mean no one is immune to FOMO.
Bonjour my lovely readers. We are head long in to the holiday season but I still find myself thinking of Paris. I often dream of living there for a while. But for the time being I will have to be content to see Paris from afar so Pinko’s Fall 2019 collection otherwise known as the Paris Edit has me smitten. You all know I am a big fan of Pinko and I took my Pinko Hello Kitty bag with me to the city of lights. So what could be better then a Pinko collection set in Paris? No need to answer, I already know, nada! Hope you enjoy this fashionably fabulous lineup. It is refreshingly hip, yet simple and effortless.
I was lucky enough to attend the Nehera show when I was in Paris. The collection for Spring/Summer 2020 was refreshingly minimalist with an emphasis on color and draping with a touch to of athleisure wear. If you look close you can see me, I am standing in the center next to a young woman with blonde hair, though it is pretty dark. I hope you enjoy the show.
Delafontaine’s grandfather may have founded the company but she is no entitled slouch steeped in nepotism. A talent in her own right she studied fashion design, originally specializing in children’s wear and spent some time working for BonPoint before taking the reigns at Longchamp.