No ticket to Paris? No problem. Your access to Chanel’s Fall 2020 show straight from Paris Fashion Week is now just a click away. Experience the Fall collection, from the sure-to-be-talked-about set to the models and all the action from the runway, right here.
The show kicks off on March 3 at 10:30 a.m. Paris time – or 4:30 a.m. EST and 1:30 a.m. PST, respectively. Tune in right here to enjoy a front row seat straight from your couch.
Of the 4,000(ish) runway looks at Paris Fashion Week, these are the only 15 you *need* to see to prep your wardrobe for next season
Fashion month can be hugely overwhelming – and we don’t just mean for those of us in the industry.
Sure, designers, models, and editors are currently putting their feet up after four weeks straight of endless catwalks all across the globe, but those of you sitting at home trying to digest the looks no doubt feel entirely inundated.
With around 10 runway shows taking place every day – and those are just the ones on-schedule – over 29 days across four cities, there are about 290 brands showcasing their latest collections. With approx. 50 looks per show, that’s 14,500 looks. No wonder you feel a tad overloaded…
The majority of brands, of course, were also showing their autumn/winter 2020 collections, giving you even less desire to fully indulge – who plans their wardrobe over six months in advance?
But with the Great British weather forever undecided as to which season it’s in, and with our ever-growing concerns surrounding sustainability and throwaway clothing, fashion week can often in fact serve merely as wardrobe inspiration and a source of creative encouragement.
Whether you’re keen to reignite the fire in your current sartorial offering, or you are indeed looking to pre-prepare yourself for a seriously on-trend AW20 aesthetic, we’ve taken on the mission of simplifying Paris Fashion Week just for you.
Eight days, ten shows a day, and approx. 4000 looks overall – here are the only 15 looks you *need* to see to prep your wardrobe for next season’s trends…
Hair accessories reigned supreme at fashion month (and these are our favourites)
Greasy hair days have never looked chicer, since hair bows, headbands and layered clips, barrettes and slides took over the fashion scene. North of where the normal action tends to happen (looking at you, shoes, handbags and ritzy earrings), beauty has now got in on the act of accessorising.
With fashion month wrapping up today, and editors summing up the ‘trends’ coming out of the most fashionable instalment this side of September, hair accessories have, once again, reigned supreme across all four fashion capitals.
An honourable mention goes to German fashion influencer, Leonie Hanne, who embarked on a one woman mission to make hair clips the embellishment of 2020. She rocked a ginormo pink Gucci barrette in Milan, delicate Dior pins in Paris and edgy Prada hair slides in London.