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Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month

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Just back from the mad dash that is fashion month. We can’t wait to bring you all the trends and inside scoop…but until then, this is what it was really like/but until then, here’s a quick debrief [on what everyone’s buzzing about right now.

1. Keeping up with the Jenners First Kendall and Kylie kicked off NYFW with the launch party for their new fashion collection (dubbed Kendall + Kylie, naturally). Then the entire Kardashian/Jenner clan (even Caitlin!) stole the show at Kanye’s Yeezy Season 3 show—no easy feat when said event takes place at Madison Square Garden. But with new baby duties keeping Kim closer to home, it was Kendall, Kylie, and momager-in-chief Kris who kept the torch burning bright all fashion month long. Kendall made star catwalk turns everywhere from Marc Jacobs to Chanel; Kylie was a front-row fixture at NYFW; and Kris made cameos e-v-e-r-y-w-h-e-r-e. Did I mention I lunched with her in New York and dined with her in Paris? See the above selfie for proof. The takeaway: Not even the Kardashians could keep up with the Jenners this season!


Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month
Selena Gomez in a Vetements sweatsuit.
2. Demna Gvasalia Entered The Fashion Lexicon
The name is admittedly hard to pronounce (for the record, it’s Deem-nah Vas-ah-liyah), but, trust me, you want to master it. After winning over the street-style set and Rihanna with his anti-establishment, Paris-based label Vetements, the 34-year-old Georgian was appointed creative director of Balenciaga, making his debut this season. And what a debut it was. In one fell swoop, Gvasalia won over the fashion crowd and ushered in an entirely new look with his couture takes on streetwear staples like puffers, motocross jackets, and track pants. For instant fashion cred—or just to keep your friends on their toes—start dropping his name at cocktail parties.




3. Fashion Shows as Entertainment
Ok, Kanye West officially takes the cake here. A fashion show as performance art curated by world renowned artist Vanessa Beecroft; a listening party for the release of his new album with West introducing each track; two rows worth of Kardashians and Jenners dripping in white sequins and fur and bookended by Anna Wintour and Carine Roitfeld; and a stadium-sized venue with a hybrid audience of invited journalists and ticket-buying fans? Good luck topping that! But West certainly wasn’t the only “designer” tapping into the value of fashion as entertainment. Runner-up status goes to Diane Von Furstenberg, who created an insta-frenzy with her disco room starring Karlie, Kendall, Gigi, Jourdan, and DVF herself dancing and taking selfies in sequined wrap dresses.


Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month
4. Newcomer to watch: Sies Marjan
It isn’t often that you spot Anna Wintour front row at a total unknown’s debut show. So what makes Sies Marjan so special? The now-New York-based designer Sander Lak is an alum of Dries Van Noten, the Paris-based label that’s long been a fashion insider favorite, and his clothes are just oh-so-pretty. Think florals and jacquards in a dusty rose palette with pops of neon yellow and orange. Yes, color! We’re banking on his ultra-feminine dresses turning up on Hollywood A-listers in the months to come. And when they do, you can say you knew the label back when.

Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month
5. Diversity For the Win
The subject of diversity is not a new topic in fashion, and it still isn’t exactly where it needs to be (shockingly, there are still some designers in Europe whose shows are devoid of any ethnicity). But the number of multicultural models dominating the runways and campaigns is bigger and stronger than ever: Joan Smalls, Jourdan Dunn, Imaan Hammam, Binx Walton, Lineisy Montero, Liu Wen, Soo Joo Park… There are too many to list here, and that’s a good thing! My favorite celebration of the modern beauty ideal was at Zac Posen, where 42 of the 47 looks were worn by women of color.




6. Gaga Made Her Catwalk Debut!
Speaking of model casting, Marc Jacobs is the king of curve balls in that arena. He gave Kendall Jenner her first runway gig, helped turn Posh Spice into Victoria Beckham when he put her in his 2008 ad campaign, and sent Beth Ditto down his catwalk not once, but twice. Fall’s big coup? Casting heretofore runway virgin Lady Gaga in his lineup. Needless to say, the Grammy-winning artist more than held her own. Do we smell a campaign in her future?




7. Fashion Got Personal
The Monogramming trend is going strong. My favorite takes on it this season? Napkins embroidered with everyone’s initials (from mine to Karlie Kloss’s) at Frame Denim’s chic New York dinner celebrating their third anniversary, and Mulberry’s leather jacket designed in collaboration with Georgia May Jagger and featuring your choice of a fox, an owl, or a bee on the back, plus, you guessed it, your initials. Say my name!

Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month
8. Afternoon Tea, The British Way
There are many things I look forward to about London Fashion Week: the explosion of creativity, for one; the OTT street style, for another. But ranking right up there with the fashion is the very British tradition of high tea, complete with finger sandwiches, scones, and cakes. Sadly, I didn’t have time for my usual trip to Brown’s Hotel this season, so imagine my delight when, on my British Airways return flight to New York, they served a compact but no less delicious take on afternoon tea. Whoever said there’s nothing civilized about flying these days clearly hasn’t flown BA!




9. Victoria Beckham Invited Me Into Her Home
Ok, it was her London store, but close enough. And she personally walked me through her fall Victoria Victoria Beckham collection, even sharing the adorable story about how her daughter Harper won’t take off the dress her mom designed for her. She had worn it on their recent flight from New York (post Beckham’s fashion show there) and then kept insisting on wearing it everyday thereafter. When Beckham asked her why, she replied: “Because you made it, mummy.” Aww! Perhaps the only thing swoonier was when David Beckham made a surprise cameo towards the end of our visit.




10. Thigh-High Boots: They’re Everywhere
And I mean everywhere! At Aquazzura, they came in velvet with gold embellishments. At Balenciaga they’re leather and scrunched. At Christian Louboutin there was a sock-boot take that stretched all the way up the leg. Come fall, you’ll be wearing them under dresses and over skinny jeans. Word to the wise: Start prepping your gams now!




11. International Women’s Day Happened and Glamour Celebrated
In honor of #IWD2016, Glamour invited a host of our chic friends to dress in their favorite female designers. (For the results, go to instagram and check the #DesignedByHer hashtag.) My favorite part about the initiative, other than the fact that it was an opportunity to highlight all the amazing female talent out there right now: It gave me an excuse to sport a Sacai bomber straight off designer Chitose Abe’s fall runway. Talk about fast fashion.




12. #catsofinstagram meet #fashioncats
If you’re a feline fan, you’re in luck. Fall 2016 is shaping up to be the season of the cat. Two of my favorite takes: the oversized cat head necklaces and bag charms at Loewe and the kitty cuffs at Chanel, complete with double C’s for eyes. Choupette, is that you?

Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month
13. Puffers Got The fashion Treatment
Remember normcore? Well, it’s back. Sort of. Puffer jackets, once the most basic of basics, experienced a fashion renaissance on the fall runways. The chicest new take goes to Balenciaga’s off-the-shoulder styles. But no need to wait for them to hit stores. Follow stylist and street style star Anya Ziourova’s cue and simply unzip yours just enough to shrug it off your shoulders. Voila! You’ve got next season’s look now.










Jane Keltner de Valle’s Highlights From Fashion Month

These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers

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Fashion week street style has been rife with jeans this season. And, as we enter spring (aka prime denim weather), we couldn't be more thrilled. We love an exaggerated flare, a pair of cropped skinnys, and the perfect vintage straight-leg style, but it's the next-level denim that has been coming out in droves. You heard it here first: Remember those Vetements jeans we spotted at the beginning of the month? They are, quite possibly, the most coveted item of the season thus far. And there's more where those came from.

The best part about the below styles is that, while you're welcome to mix them with statement tops or bold sweaters, they hold their own quite well when paired with a simple T-shirt or blouse. These jeans are statements all on their own, and we're currently lusting after every single pair.


Raw Hem:
These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers
Simple as this denim style may be, the unraveled, raw hem truly takes it to the next level. This one looks best in an ankle crop, but comes in all shapes and sizes—from skinny to wide leg and everything in between. You can even DIY your own by cutting off the hem of your jeans with a pair of scissors!


Fringe:
These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers
Take your raw hem one step further and go for a fringe style. Look for these jeans in a shorter length, so the end of the fringe hits you at the ankle. Not sure how to hem them? We've got a tutorial, here.


Two Jeans in One:
These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers
Popularized by French design house, Vetements, this look is literally two pairs sewn together. With front and back seams, an uneven hem, and head-turning butt details (see it here!), these jeans are very cool. The Vetements piece is a major investment—so splurge, or look for a similar pair.


Patchwork:
These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers
If you're looking for a trend that is head-turning, but one that also boasts a classic shape you already know works for you, go for patchwork. Much like the raw-hem style, it's sometimes the simplest details that make the boldest statements.


Colorful Trim:
These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers
Add a little flair to your denim with a colorful trim. Whether you go for a simple ribbon or piping, or opt for a fringe or pom-pom style, this denim is the perfect pairing for your classic white T-shirt this spring.


For more spring denim style:
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These Next-Level Jeans are Spring Outfit Game-Changers

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show

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Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show

This morning, Louis Vuitton showed its fall/winter 2016 collection in Paris-and while we’re dying over the clothes (hello, fur trenches and chunky sneaker heels!), our eyes shot straight to the star-paved front row. Amongst the brand’s usual suspects were designer Nicholas Ghesquiere’s personal muse Selena Gomez, actress Jennifer Connelly, supermodels Karlie Kloss and Liu Wen, and perennial LV faves Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos.

Newbies to the show included current muse and recent Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, gender-bending face of the brand’s spring women’s wear campaign Jaden Smith (alas, not donning a miniskirt), and Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner. Major props go to Zendaya, who came to slay in a sleeveless sheath dress bearing the French house’s famous monogram from the previous collection, proving that when the celebs sitting front and center actually rock the clothes the way they should, it’s a win-win.

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show
Zendaya

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show
Selena Gomez

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show
Selena Gomez and Jaden Smith

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show
Lea Seydoux and Alicia Vikander

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show
Liu Wen

Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show
Karlie Kloss and Sophie Turner

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Zendaya, Selena Gomez, Alicia Vikander and More at the Fall 2016 Louis Vuitton Show

Your Hoodies Have the Chanel Stamp of Approval

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Your Hoodies Have the Chanel Stamp of Approval
Kendall Jenner in the fall 2016 Chanel show.

You probably have a hoodie or two in your closet—whether it's your latest athleisure buy, or a leftover from college. And if you saw the fall 2016 Balenciaga show, you know that, along with normcore parkas, puffers and oversized toppers, this zip-up weekend piece you've kept in your wardrobe is officially cool (again).

Karl Lagerfeld just cemented that notion with his fall 2016 Chanel show earlier today. His riff on the look was a petal-pink cropped style—worn by Kendall Jenner in the show—and he paired it with a matching midi dress. But we could also totally see someone like Kendall wearing it with a pair of her favorite leggings.

Your Hoodies Have the Chanel Stamp of Approval

The hoodie in general is a really good transitional piece—layer it under a coat now on cooler days, and wear it on its own when it gets a bit warmer—and the idea of a more dressed-up style a la Chanel sharing closet space with your more casual sweatshirts is a fun one. This spring, go forth and hoodie.










Your Hoodies Have the Chanel Stamp of Approval

Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit

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It's no secret that Olivia Palermo is one of our biggest fashion crushes, serving up major style inspo each time we see her, whether it's a morning coffee run in NYC or sitting front row at a fashion show in Paris. But it's the It Girl-turned designer's latest range of outfits at Paris Fashion Week that have us hooked. Yes, Palermo has mastered transitional dressing—which, as any style star can tell you is the most challenging time of year to drum up cute and fickle-weather friendly outfits. And she did it—wait for it—eight genius times. Check out Palermo's latest and get inspired.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Tibi pants
Here, she pairs cropped leather pants with a boxy cargo shirt, atop a turtleneck bodysuit. The lilac and gold pumps give it some kick.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Tommy Hilfiger blazer; Goldsign jeans
A longline blazer gives dark denim flairs added polish.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Burberry dress
Pair your long-sleeved floral dress with boots. Swap the boots for sandals when the mercury rises.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Chloé top; Reiss blazer; Paige Denim pants; Saint Laurent booties
Black leather pants will be your transitional outfit saviors. Try them with a blazer and booties.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Topshop jacket; Tibi pants; Christian Louboutin shoes; Christian Dior sunglasses
Here, she adds a chunky springtime knit and with a bomber jacket (one of our favorite trends of the season) for an added dose of cool.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Brunello Cucinelli sweater; Reiss jeans; Valentino jacket
Layer, layer, and then layer some more. That way, you can peel off outer layers when it gets warmer throughout the day.


Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Chloé top, pants, and vest; Tabitha Simmons booties; Moncler sunglasses
Remember that vest you loved in the fall? Take it out again and throw it over a silk shirt, as shown here.

Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit
Zara top; Elie Saab jacket and bag; Dior booties; Hermès scarf; Westward Leaning sunglasses
Grown up overalls? Check. Palermo makes the style her own by choosing a slouchy leather pair and topping them with a colorful cropped jacket.


For more outfit ideas:
Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Spring Outfit Ideas from Street Style at Milan Fashion Week
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Olivia Palermo Has Perfected the In-Between Seasons Outfit

Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag

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Over time we've learned that the way you carry your handbags actually says a lot about your personality.

Going cross-body says you're an "urban warrior", while throwing it over your shoulder says that you embrace functionality, Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D., who specializes in body language told Glamour last year.

But today's Chanel show at Paris Fashion Week presented a new way to wear your shoulder bag—like a football. As you can tell from the styling here, Karl Lagerfeld wants you to carry your handbag in the crook of your arm, á la Tom Brady going for the touchdown. What this says about your personality? Well, perhaps that you prefer fashion over function. Perhaps it speaks to your penchant for football. Either way, let this be your excuse to peruse the latest gorgeous bags from Chanel.

Done in tweed, denim, suede—they're all quite decadent and dreamy. And for the record, Karl, we'd be happy to carry any of these satchels in any way you like. Yes, even as a necklace.

Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag


Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag


Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag


Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag


Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag











Karl Lagerfeld Has Some Very Specific Ideas on How to Carry Your Chanel Handbag

Chanel Had Only Front Row Seating at its Fall Show. Here’s Who Was in It!

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The throngs of style-setters who packed into the Grand Palais earlier today for Chanel’s fall/winter 2016 runway spectacular got a few major surprises in the front row: an enviably chic mommy-and-me moment courtesy of Jada and Willow Smith; Pharrell, who made a checkered tweed peacoat thrown over jeans and a T-shirt look natural; and, to everyone else's delight, that they were sitting right next to them!

A photo posted by CHANEL (@chanelofficial) on Mar 8, 2016 at 2:52am PST

Willow Smith and Karl Lagerfeld.


Okay, maybe not right next to them, but the entire crowd was seated in the same row—styled like a '50s French salon to mirror the collection harkening back to the Coco days—as the fashionable celebs in Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld’s attempt at establishing a fashion democracy. While this isn’t the first time a designer has chosen this seating arrangement to show a collection, it does seem like this is Lagerfeld’s timely commentary on how undemocratic the fashion system has become (an argument many have blamed for the departure of Raf Simons and Alber Elbaz from Dior and Lanvin, respectively). With his characteristically A-list attendance, seating everyone equally is his double C-minted way of combatting the issue.

Chanel Had Only Front Row Seating at its Fall Show. Here's Who Was in It!
Jada Pinkett-Smith and Willow Smith


Chanel Had Only Front Row Seating at its Fall Show. Here's Who Was in It!
Pharrell Williams and wife Helen Lasichanh

All the better for star gazing (where can we get Willow’s electric blue eyeliner? Will she be the new face of Chanel?) and getting an up-close-and-personal look at the clothes we’ll eventually want to wear (we’re calling throwback bowler hats as fall’s dark horse trend). If establishing a more egalitarian show format will save fashion and get us closer to it, we’re totally on board.


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Chanel Had Only Front Row Seating at its Fall Show. Here's Who Was in It!

This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996

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You can bet on seeing a few constants at every Chanel show.

Chain link details, doses of tweed, cap-toe footwear of some sort, and the iconic interlocking C logo on displayed in myriad news ways are all but guaranteed to be present at tomorrow's show at Paris Fashion Week. But beyond those essentials, designer Karl Lagerfeld is adept at taking our breath away with his over-the-top concepts. Whether it's shipping an actual iceberg into Paris' famed Grand Palais (it happened in fall 2010) or re-creating a supermarket replete with Chanel-branded groceries (true story, fall 2014), we can't wait to see what The Kaiser has in store for tomorrow's show. Until then, let's take a walk down memory lane to see what the Chanel runway looked like in 1996.

With Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, pigtails, and yes, pasties, it's most definitely a feast for the eyes.

This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996
A 22-year-old Kate Moss in a pretty tweed coatdress.


This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996
Naomi Campbell in lilac tweed and pigtails.


This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996
Cindy Crawford rocks a terry cloth string bikini in oh-so-'90s baby blue.


This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996
Eva Herzigova was early on the pajama trend—Lagerfeld paired hers with teeny-tiny string bikini.


This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996
Carla Bruni, who later became the First Lady of France, also got to wear the pasties-cum-string bikini with logo-laden boxers.


This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996
Here's Lagerfeld at the finale flanked by supers-of-the-moment, Linda Evangelista and Claudia Schiffer.










This is What the Chanel Runway Looked Like in 1996

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather

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While we're beginning to remember what the sun feels like on our face, the weather around the country is still a little fickle. Potential highs in the 70s, lows in the 40s: How are you supposed to plan your wardrobe around that kind of a weather forecast—especially when it comes to dressing for the office? From midi skirts to high-waisted trousers, perfect springtime layering ideas and even a polished denim look (for those more casual office environments), the chic street-style stars of fashion month have us covered with the ultimate in outfit inspiration for those days when getting dressed is trickier.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Pair cropped trousers with heeled ankle booties, leaving just a sliver of exposed skin between the two pieces. Add some springtime color with a printed blouse and bright lightweight coat.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
A pencil skirt is always office friendly. Strip off your tights as the temperature rises, but stay warm on top by tucking a cozy sweater into your waistline like a shirt (as blogger Candela Novembre did).

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Keep it simple with high-waisted trousers and a top, but seek styles with subtle details that make them stand out. We love the oversized cuffs and shoulder buttons on Stylebop's Leila Yavari's striped shirt.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Channel blogger Chriselle Lim and layer a bodysuit or slim T-shirt under your bright springtime dress. It's the perfect transitional wardrobe essential!

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Go for a classic style skirt, like a pleated midi, but choose a bright color or print to get your wardrobe ready for spring. Top it with a simple T-shirt and leather jacket combo and slip into some classic loafers and you're good to go.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
With a midi skirt and sweater, add something a little extra to pull the look together, like blogger Pernille Teisbaek's statement belt.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Spring is the perfect time to go for those white pieces you may have been holding off on. This season, look to the style of Caroline de Maigret and try a pair of wide-leg, high-waisted trousers and silk blouse.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
In lieu of a coat, try adding layers under your suiting as the weather begins to change, like Caroline Issa. We love to play with the proportions of button-down shirts, sweaters, and blazers for added dimension and detail.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
For a more casual office environment, go for denim this spring, but make sure you remain polished. Look to Sarah Harris and top your clean ankle-length jeans with a crisp button-down and classic blazer.

Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather
Transitional seasons are the best time to pull out those unconventional knits. We love a ribbed sweater dress or skirt-and-top combo, paired with classic ankle booties, like Olivia Palermo's. Add a belt to accentuate your waist on this chunkier silhouette.

For more spring outfit ideas:
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Here's Exactly How to Master the Sporty '70s Look for Spring

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Cute and Chic Work Outfit Ideas for Transitional Spring Weather

French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week

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If you're as obsessed with French girl style as we are, you've been lusting after the wardrobes of Carine Roitfeld, Emmanuelle Alt, and Caroline de Maigret for years. There's just something about the way French women put themselves together that says, A. I didn't try at all; and B. I'm fabulous and I know it.

Now, there's a new crop of French girls that are taking Paris Fashion Week by storm. From Marie Ange-Casta, to Gaia Weiss, we can pretty much guarantee these 10 women will A. have you wardrobe lusting immediately; and B. prove that, yes, there must be something in the water. Meet the next generation of French It Girls.

Marie Ange Casta
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
Does Casta look familiar? Those sea-green eyes, the chiseled cheeks? Yes, she's the younger sister of supermodel Laetitia Casta, one of the most famous French models—ever. The younger Casta, 25, is a model having worked with Mango, Vichy, and Reebok, as well as an actress.


Julia Sarr-Jamois
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
As the senior fashion editor of i-D magazine, Sarr-Jamois's experimental fashion and killer afro have us hooked. And we're not alone. BothVogue and Manrepeller have pledged their love of the 28-year-old style queen and we simply can't get enough.

Gaia Weiss
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
The 24-year-old actress and model who has starred in films such as The Legend of Hercules and Mary Queen of Scots, isn't shy of color. She mixed unlikely colors wears for bold pieces—a poppy-red shift dress, an amethyst evening dress—with aplomb.


Diane Rouxel
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
Roux's style is is a fusion of classic and experiment. We love how the actress layered her luxe Chloé look at the house's how this morning.


Ana Giradot
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
The 28-year-old actress's look has range. She can go from sweet mini dresses to menswear-inspired looks in a snap.

Noémie Schmidt
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
Classic pieces anchor every one of Schmidt's outfits. From well-cut blazers to brogues, the actress is one to watch on the fashion front.


Victoria Olloqui
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
The actress and producer, has that I didn't try at all thing down pat. By mixing and matching unlikely pieces (see sweatshirt and maxi skirt combo above), she has a style all her own.


Héloïse Letissier
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
As the lead singer for Christine and the Queens, Letissier is the rocker of the bunch. She is known for her boyish pantsuits and that Chloe '70s track jacket above—heaven.


Dorothée Gilbert
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
It's unsurprising that Gilbert's look veers towards the ethereal and diaphanous. After all, she is a dancer in the Paris Opera Ballet.


Melanie Thierry
French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week
The 34-year old French actress exudes and effortless elegance; a total master of day-to-evening dressing.










French Girl Style: the Newest Style Stars from the Streets of Paris Fashion Week

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week

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If you're going to invest in one new bag this spring, this could be the one. When we saw Chloé's colorful fringe bags on the spring runways a few months ago, we knew we needed to have one. Or at least a style that reminded us of the Parisian perfection before our eyes. Equal parts structured and whimsical, they are exactly what our spring wardrobes are craving.

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week

Watching the dynamic swinging movement of the bohemian detail walk down the runway was like magic: We had already started planning outfits around the bag itself. The perfect statement bag for weekends in denim? Absolutely. As spring is upon us, and fashion month is in full force, we've started to spot our favorite bag trend of the season all over the place. Now, it's official: It's time to make the style ours. Whether you opt for a rainbow of hues, or keep your swinging fringe to classic black or brown, now is the time to choose this statement bag style for spring.

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Leandra Medine opts for a smaller rectangular style with colorful hanging detail.

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Aimee Song chooses a saddlebag shape with a long-hanging rainbow.

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Charlotte Groeneveld rocks her colorful fringe mini with a cross-body strap.

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Veronica Heilbrunner wears her saddlebag cross-body to keep her hands free.

And to shop for yourself!

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Rebecca Minkoff Sofia clutch, $245, zappos.com

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Coach Circa-1973 mocha leather fringed large Dinky bag, $895, barneys.com

The Bag That Everyone is Carrying at Paris Fashion Week
Chloé Hudson tasseled leather shoulder bag, $2,295, net-a-porter.com

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Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired ’90s Shoe Trend Back

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Ah, the Spice Girls: They may not have released an album in the last 15-plus years, but we still have our fingers crossed for a full-blown reunion tour, no matter how many times the girl power group says it may never happen with the five-some intact. While their music will forever be on our blast-in-the-shower-on-a-bad-day playlist, it was their style that was truly so iconic. The mini dresses, big hair, and—yes—platform shoes were everything. While some of us may have been a Posh, sporting LBDs and blunt bobs, and others related more to Sporty, in track pants and crop tops, we all coveted those hard-to-walk-in, high-rise shoes in some form or another.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back

If the statement accessories of Fashion Month's fall collections thus far have taught us anything, it's that platforms are back. But, will you try them, come autumn? Designers from Marc Jacobs to Vera Wang created everything from thigh-high boots to sneakers in varying degrees of chunky heights. We're not talking about a little extra lift: We're talking about some serious Spice Girls power. While you may start off slow, with a '90s-inspired platform sneaker or edgy flatform combat boot, check out the head-turning styles that have walked the runway this season.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Lady Gaga walked in the Marc Jacobs show in David-Bowie style platform boots.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Mary Katrantzou's fall show featured platform Mary Janes.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Rihanna x Puma Fenty styled athleisure apparel with chunky combat boots.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Gucci's sky-high chunky platforms strutted down the runway in bright colors and bold stripes.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Models at the Giamba show rocked platform moto bots with feminine florals and white mini dresses.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Opening Ceremony debuted thigh-high boots in exotic textures.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Mulberry added chunky platforms to their edgy bottomed-from-the-boys oxford heels.

Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back
Vera Wang's open toe ankle booties reached next-level heights.

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Designers Are Bringing This Spice Girls Inspired '90s Shoe Trend Back

Paris Fashion Week Schedule: The Best Shows and Where to Live-Stream Them

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The last stop on our Fashion Week journey is officially here—and where better than Paris for the grand finale?

As we bid farewell to Milan Fashion Week with Giorgio Armani and and Mila Schon, we say bonjour to Paris (hopefully with a handful of macarons). We can hardly wait to see what Christian Dior, Chanel, Givenchy, and Stella McCartney, among others have in store for us this season. Thankfully, Glamour's you covered. We'll be snapping, Instagramming, tweeting, and writing as all of the fashion unfolds in the City of Light. Be sure to follow Glamour on Snapchat and Instagram (both @glamourmag), and on Twitter (@glamour_fashion, @get_lipstick), and of course keep checking glamour.com for all of your Fashion Week coverage.

Paris Fashion Week Schedule: The Best Shows and Where to Live-Stream Them
Taylor Hill and Lineisy Montero backstage at the Spring/Summer2016 Vionnet show during Paris Fashion Week.

Follow along with us on our handy Paris Fashion Week schedule and keep checking back as we add the live streams for shows so you can watch them with us in real time.


Paris Fashion Week Schedule: The Best Shows and Where to Live-Stream Them









Paris Fashion Week Schedule: The Best Shows and Where to Live-Stream Them