Paris Fashion Week Spring 2020

Paris Fashion Week Spring 2020


Gigi Hadid Killed The Street Style Game at Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020


High fashion Spring/Summer 2020 commences in Paris tomorrow, however Paris Fashion Week stood out as truly newsworthy with Men's shows shutting everything down this week.
Without a doubt, you've seen a lot of celebs presenting before the Malibu shoreline where Saint Laurent's Anthony Vaccarello made waves (hah!) with the Spring/Summer 2020 accumulation.




All the madly exquisite streetstyle from the Paris Haute Couture Shows




the fashion set are serving up some of the most stylish looks on the pavements of Paris.

While we've one eye solidly on the catwalks of the couture appears, we've a sharp eye seeing the style carnival in the city.


The high fashion runways feature the absolute most amazing fantastical manifestations. Quick to coordinate the runway, the streetstylers consistently kick-it up a score.

Conquering the solidifying Paris temperatures. Visitors demonstrated that the climate isn't a limitation to their style ability at all in the dreamiest of troupes.





Proving that the icy weather isn’t a problem. There were sheer gowns a plenty and sweet-sorbet shaded coats that helped ward of the chill.



Gigi’s totally embracing the menswear spirit in this colorful Heron Preston ensemble.
Accessories are, once again, on display with a puka necklace front and center. She tones the seriousness of the suit down with a pair of slides on the feet.





Street Style : Paris Fashion Week - Menswear Spring/Summer 2020 : Day Two
A gust is seen during Street Style : Paris Fashion Week - Menswear Spring/Summer 2020 : Day Two Street Style at Off-White fashion show, on June 19, 2019, in Paris, France





If pastels aren’t your thing. Neutral tones including khaki ensembles dominated the streets.




Animal print is very much still an IT-print amoung the streetstyle sets who styled it up simply with a classic trench and belt bag.  




Feminine full skirts also featured thanks to the Dior show’s influence.



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