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Fashion Inspiration: Street Style at Paris Couture Fall 2015

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Street Style at Paris Couture Fall 2015

IN THE CITY OF LIGHTS models, bloggers, editors & celebrities gathered for one of the most lavish & beautiful fashion events of the year: the couture shows, where designers showcase intricately embroidered gowns fit for a princess that evoke nights in a château in France with gilded interiors and candlelight, or the gardens of a villa on Lake Como, surrounded by sophistication and elegance. The street style shots acquire a certain allure, for couture shows are such a grand occasion that guests’ outfits should mirror the taste and finesse of Paris.
Street Style at Paris Couture Fall 2015There were fresh and feminine floral prints on dresses and skirts, gingham patterns, billowy dresses paired with this season’s must-have handbags, and a dreamy all-american spin on a quintessentially parisienne Dior checked dress by Olivia Palermo. Unexpected pops of bright colour showed up in almost every ensemble, reflecting the joyful summer days guests are having in Paris. —Victoria

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Street Style at Paris Couture Fall 2015

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Victoria | Contributor, London
Fashion Contributor, London

Victoria lives in the south of Spain, having moved there from her native country Ukraine when she was just a child. She finds herself looking up to timeless icons from past decades including Jackie O, Grace Kelly, Katherine Deneuve and Audrey Hepburn, and longing for sunny afternoons on the French Riviera and walks along the Seine during spring. Always overdressed and dishing out on tailored pieces and shoes – secretly dreaming they were from Dior or Saint Laurent – she dresses for herself rather than others, and would trade breakfast for Vogue or a one way ticket to anywhere beautiful.
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