The bodycon backlash and Macron minis: 9 style lessons from Paris fashion week – Telegraph.co.uk
Sarah Burton’s melded lustrous, delicate looking brocades with gabardine to make a dress-coat hybrid you would want to wear everywhere, for ever. (There was also a leather version, embroidered with birds and immensely beautiful, although you’d probably have to pawn your children).
At Celine, Pheobe Philo’s were looped up at them hems to create cape backs or cut slim and belted high (another coat-ress hybrid), or cut from leather and embellished with lacey frogging. Valentino’s were truncated, transparent and multi-pocketed. Regardless who invented, the trench belongs to all of us. LA
I took a survey of front-row shoes this morning, and while there was a mix of trainers and loafers, sandals, mules and boots, they had one thing in common: sparkle. Before 10am. On the catwalks too, there’s been a sprinkling of fairy dust, and sequins and mirrors, paillettes and sparkly latex now seem perfectly normal for daytime.