Was the epic nature of Fashion Month a bit too much for you? If you found your attention waning as we moved from New York to London, Milan, and Paris, you have a lot to catch up on! Luckily, help is at hand. We've condensed the whole month down to 100 outfits, which give you a taste of what is to come from Spring 2014. We've already brought you trend reports and full collections, but these 100 outfits were chosen especially to represent the good and the great of the Spring 2014 shows, from Chanel to Christopher Kane and everything in between!
Raf Simons is no stranger to filling his Dior show venues with millions of flowers, and Spring 2014 was no exception to that. The bright and colourful collection was presented in a space hung with all manners of foliage.
It's a much wilder take on the set design from Simons's first show for the house, Fall 2012 Couture, for which he filled the rooms of a mansion in Paris with only blooms. But this space, with its leafy green walls and wild demeanour, is just as breathtakingly beautiful. A look at how the space was created in the video below.
Fashion Week's finale in Paris means the street style game is pretty fierce, too. Even on their last lap, the fashion crowd shows no signs of slowing, with street style stars like Giovanna Battaglia, Anna Dello Russo, and Hanneli Mustaparta doing their fair share of showstopping outside the tents.
Keep up on all of it right here, and click through for the best street style from Paris Fashion Week so far.
We wouldn't expect anything less than standout accessories from the style set at Paris Fashion Week. For every designer look, this crew had the covet-worthy bags, heels, and baubles to back it up.
From the quirky to the downright sexy, anything goes at Fashion Week in the City of Light. Click on to see the accessory stars of Paris Fashion Week.
Fashion Month has finally come to a close. And while we're having a nice time putting up our feet and relaxing, we still can't help but recall our favourite styles from the past four weeks. From New York to Paris, the looks were amazingly varied, but a few shows have a special place in our hearts. Whether it's bleached brows or megawatt lipstick, click through our 10 favourite looks from all the Spring 2014 Fashion Weeks.
It seems Christophe Lemaire has figured out a direct line to the hearts of his customers: his Spring 2014 collection for Hermès is simply an offering of beautiful clothes crafted spectacularly from the most luxurious of materials.
But what else can one expect from the house that refuses to use anything but the best of the best? As far as theme goes, this show was a very comfortable safari. Guests were greeted with trays of warm madeleines, and the backdrop consisted of dresses and coats in rain forest floral prints, trench coats in greens so dark they were almost black, and a pair of culottes that looked perfect for a stroll in a tropical clime — or at least they would have if they weren't made of crocodile skin.
Fashion Month has come and gone, and the last hurrah is Paris. The trends at the Spring 2014 shows ranged far and wide, running the gamut from barely there makeup to over-the-top beauty. Be in the know with all the top hair, makeup, and nail looks when you click through our gallery.
If catwalk shows leave you with a hankering for a pair of binoculars to zoom in on the bags, then you've come to the right place — we've assembled close-up shots of the best bags from Paris Fashion Week for easy viewing. New York's satchels showed us covetable labels with a modern twist (like Alexander Wang and 3.1 Phillip Lim), and London's catwalks included heritage labels like Burberry and Mulberry, but now that we're on to Paris, it's time for the big guns.
Throughout all the Spring 2014 Fashion Week shows, we've seen nail designs ranging from staid to subdued. No matter the looks, though, almost all touch on big manicure trends for next season. Zoom in on the nail polish and nail art looks to come down the Parisian runways, and also reminisce on the best nail art from Milan. If you're looking for London, hop on over here.
— Additional reporting by Jessica Cruel, Maria Del Russo, and Kaitlyn Dreyling
Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, and Miranda Kerr all took a break from the fashion presentations at Paris Fashion Week last night to attend a special screening of Carine Roitfeld's new film, Mademoiselle C. Kim left Kanye West at home to attend the bash on the arm of Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci. Meanwhile, Katy Perry was also flying solo at the bash, but she made plenty of friends at the screening's afterparty, chatting with Ciara, Carine, and Fashion Week fixture Anna Dello Russo. Miranda looked like she enjoyed herself at the afterparty as well, mixing around with fellow models Lily Donaldson and Cara Delevingne, whom she walked with at both the Stella McCartney show and the Chanel presentation this week.
Kim has been taking Paris Fashion Week by storm after arriving in the City of Light over the weekend with Kanye. Paris has been very welcoming to the couple, as Kim took to Instagram to show off the new baby presents for North West that she was gifted by various top designers.