Paris Rainbow: Spring 2017

A look from every colour of the rainbow–all from the Spring 2017 collections from Paris–based female designers!


Above: Christian Dior Spring 2017

Go Maria Grazia Chiuri, go! She is the first woman ever to be the creative director for this superpower fashion house. This season was her debut as its director.


Above: Vionnet, Spring 2017


Above: Wanda Nylon Spring 2017


Above: Tsumori Chisato Spring 2017


Above: Leonard, Spring 2017


Above: Johanna Ortiz, Spring 2017


Above: Veronique Leroy, Spring 2017

Spring 2017 Trend Report: Belts

Both myself and CF advising editor Lydia were coming of age where belted everything was a trend–cardigans, blazers, and skirts with a belt were a wardrobe staple for us for years. Lydia observed that we are “so there” for belts, trend-wise. We’re happy to see this trend come full circle, and evidently designers are too since this was one of the most popular looks we saw this season.

Above: Elizabeth & James Spring 2017

The Olsen twins have a serious problem with diversity–their lookbook above is no exception. They very rarely feature models of colour. At least they’re offering fetching obi-inspired belts.

Above: Rosie Assoulin Spring 2017

Above: Alberta Ferretti Spring 2017

Above: Carolina Herrera Spring 2017

Above: Etro, Spring 2017

Above: Hermes, Spring 2017

The simplicity of a minimal black belt as seen above and below lends a surprising amount of definition and edge to an otherwise sweet dress.

Above: Isabel Marant, Spring 2017

Above: Les Copains, Spring 2017

Above: Miu Miu, Spring 2017

Above: Monique Lhuilllier, Spring 2017

Above: Monse, Spring 2017

Above: Prada, Spring 2017

Note that belts featured heavily in both of Miuccia Prada’s lines–Prada and Miu Miu.

Above: Vanessa Seward, Spring 2017

Love the juxtaposition of the prim belt above with the undeniably glam lurex dress at Vanessa Seward above.

Above: Veronique Leroy, Spring 2017

Above: Versus Vesace, Spring 2017

Above: Vivienne Tam, Spring 2017

Spring 2017 Trend Report: Purple

Purple can be tough. While it’s a playful colour, it is not typically considered very professional. Finding colours to go with it can be a challenge at first, so it was surprising to see purples from lavender to rich plum shades all over the Spring 2017 runways! As always, all these looks are pulled from design houses helmed by women!

Above: Rachel Comey Spring 2017

Above: Alberta Ferretti Spring 2017

Above: Alessandra Rich Spring 2017

Above: Attico, Spring 2017

Above: Rodarte Spring 2017

Above: Temperley London Spring 2017

Above: ThreeasFour Spring 2017

Above: Veronique Leroy, Spring 2017

Above: Versace, Spring 2017


All images from Vogue Runway.

Bibliostyle: Mary Ann Shaffer & Annie Barrows’ “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society”


Above: Monique Lhullier Spring 2015

Then Susan suggested a new dress. I reminded her that the Queen was very happy wearing her 1939 wardrobe, so why shouldn’t I be? She said the Queen doesn’t need to impress strangers–but I do. I felt like a traitor to crown and country; no decent woman has new clothes–But I forgot that the moment I saw myself in the mirror. My first new dress in four years, and such a dress! It is the exact colour of a ripe peach and falls in lovely folds when I move. The saleslady said it had “Gallic Chic” and I would too, if I bought it. So I did. New shoes are going to have to wait, since I spent almost a year’s worth of clothing coupons on the dress.

– from The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Ann Barrows


Above: Véronique Leroy Spring 2015


Above: Tsumori Chisato Spring 2015


Above: Saloni Spring 2015


Above: Wayne Spring 2015


Above: Elizabeth and James Spring 2015


Above: Ulyana Sergeenko Spring 2015


Above: Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring 2015

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