High Collars. First seen at Milan Fashion Week, the Edwardian era of high collars continued on to the runways of Paris.
|From L-R: Miu Miu, Vionnet, Akris, Giambattista Valli and Andrew Gn|
Bare Shoulders. Shoulder baring dresses and tops were the silhouette of choice when it came to international designers.
|From L-R: Costume Nationale, Vionnet, Stella McCartney, Valentin Yudashkin and Valentino|
Thigh Splits. Whether front or side slits, leg and thigh baring slits were plenty at Paris.
|From L-R: Louis Vuitton, Akris, Vionnet, Elie Saab and Emmanuel Ungaro|
Stripes. From pinstripes to the big and bold, it was stripes galore on the Parisian runways.
|From L-R: Kenzo Maxime Simoens, Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Chanel and Chloe|
Baggy Pants. After seasons of legging-size trousers, baggy trousers made a come back at Paris.
|From -R: Acne, Vionnet, Louis Vuitton, Issey Miyake and Jean Charles de Castelbajac|
Fur. Parisian runways paid to homage to fall's fiercest and biggest trend.
|From L-R: Kenzo, Andrew Gn, Maxime Simoens, Valentin Yudashkin and Ungaro|
Tunic Dresses. A staple for most fashion houses, tunic dresses remained loose, short and sweet on the runways of Paris.
|From L-R: Vanessa Bruno, Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Valentino and Jay Ahr|
|From L-R: Kenzo, Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Paul&Joe, Agnes B, and Elie Saab|
|From L-R: Akris, Elie Saab, Valentin Yudashkin, Zuhair Murad and Guy Laroche|
Structural. Silhouettes were defined with box shapes and emphasis on the waist and shoulders.
|From L-R: Amaya Arzuaga, Lanvin, Jean Paul Gaultier, Balmain and Christian Dior|