Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016 Trends

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Paris Fashion Week wrapped up yesterday so it’s time to cover some big trend we saw during this week. Little by little we start seeing what Spring 2016 season will look like fashion-wise. We saw lots of bare shoulders in New York, plenty of brights in London, florals in Milan and now here are three main trends from Paris.

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Spring 2016 trends from Paris Fashion Week

L to R: Martin Grant, Andrew Gn, Lutz Huelle

Denim is one of the Spring’s biggest trends. It’s softer than jeans and comes in a variety of styles from tops to dresses to trench coats. Total denim looks were all over the runways and most of them were a distinct dark blue color fading and signs of wear and tear were reserved to jeans.

Leather trend from Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016

L to R: Nina Ricci, Each X Other, Barbara Bui

Leather was a surprising trend to see on the Spring runways. But there was plenty of looks in both matte and lacquered leather. A total leather outfit is totally acceptable and it’s even better if it’s a co-ord. Leather-like fabrics were also used along metallic finishes.

Abstract prints at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016

L to R: Talbot Runhof, Leonard, Hussein Chalayan

Abstract prints with a hint of geometry, bright and unusual came in all kinds of styles. Prints in general are the hit trend of the season and designers had a lot of mixed and matched prints in their spring collections. If florals aren’t your thing, look instead for these amazing abstract prints.

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Mona Lis

A fashion enthusiast with passion for extremes; simple cuts vs. mad complexity, monochromatic pallets, and crazy color schemes. Interested in fashion from a perspective of a 'perfect look', 'outfit puzzles', and shopping.