10 Gravity Defying Street Styles from Paris Fashion Week
Blogger Monica Mendes arriving at Balmain in a stunning oversized blazer and matching trousers.
Shelly Corkery, Fashion Director of Brown Thomas, outside of Carven in a slouchy longline coat paired with an ankle grazing tulle skirt.
Dabby arriving at Balmain in a fitted skirt and baggy boyfriend trench.
Anna Dello Russo in a cropped blazer and perfectly tailored leather trousers.
Michelle Verpuggi arriving at Chanel in a voluminous, asymmetrical tulle skirt.
Blogger Lena Terlutter outside of Balmain in skintight jeans and an oversized top.
Camille Seydoux at Schiaparelli in boyfriends jeans and a swingy cape sweater.
Erica Pelosini Leeman outside of Dries Van Noten wearing a fitted blazer over a fitted top and skirt.
Anya Ziourova paired a longline coat with a matching, ankle length skirt at Chanel.
Oversized fur, big accessories, and slouchy pants on this matching look from Aki and Erin outside of the Yang Li show.
While the streets of Milan were filled with color
, Paris Fashion Week brought out a play in proportions. Oversized, impeccably tailored, or both––those who attended Paris Fashion Week weren’t afraid to take risks with symmetry and balance. Anna Dello Russo, editor-at-large for Vogue
Japan stepped out in a huge, colorblocked fur coat one day and changed to a fitted blazer and trouser set the next. Skirts came in all shapes and sizes, and statement making coats were the only coats worth wearing.
See the 10 best, gravity defying street styles from Paris Fashion Week in the gallery above!