“She was chic and boyish at the same time. I found something really charismatic about her.”

Neutrals are here to stay, and judging by the runway looks at Paris Fashion Week it’s a very, very good thing. Neutrals have been taking over the runway this season. Here are a few of our favorite looks from Paris Fashion Week.

The above was quoted by Clare Waight Keller prior to her fall RTW show for Chloé. Keller was able to bring to life the motorcycle heroine that Anne-France Dautheville wrote about in her much loved memoir. The masculinity of the leather biker pants matched with the feminine blouses that flow freely on the runway makes us want to hop on a harley and ride across the dessert. No man, no rules, just you, creating your own life.

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I can’t get enough of these Chloé boots. The detailed stitching is everything.


Jonathan Anderson is killing it, as usual. His way of blending the unusual with the luxurious and some how making it work is masterful.

Clever cat faces plastered along pendants were playful, and his layering was on point. The oversized chokers were lust worthy, and the neutral details in each bag were those to covet. Modern yet eclectic, Jonathan Anderson is here to stay.




Below are some of the usual favorites every season including a look at what may bePhoebe Philo’s last collection at Celine.

That is, if the fashion world rumors are true. The collection was sophisticated and full of movement. Beautiful silk rouched dresses, and the silhouette was anything but restricted.

‘It’s about finding the possibilities. Curiosity. Going in there and trying to find it.’

Those were Phoebe Philo’s words when asked what the collection was about.


Isabel Marant, Acne, and Joie = Everything we need for Fall 2016


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Find all of the runway looks here



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