“Your full 10-year fashion week circle won’t have been completed without attending Paris Fashion Week Spring 2018,” said one of my fashion week partner-in- crimes.
So there I was at #PFW Spring 2018 – and I will say it was really a fruitful one. For one, there's Kaia Gerber who debuted in New York and rocked the runway all the way till Paris, and as expected, she’s one of the models to rule this Spring 2018 season.
Kaia aside, there were plenty of other great fashion moments to look out for and here are my top 10 picks including the Chanel Waterfall, the new Givenchy and reuniting with Yohji Yamamoto.
This time round AMO did a spongy set for Miu Miu (even the invites are sponges!). The sponge invitations came in different shades – light orange, mint green, powder pink and off-white – and eas also translated to become our seat at the show.
And after the show, I'd say that the Miu Miu girls have not and will never grow up.
Dreaming of Paris, Unicorns and Mermaids
Thom Browne showed his womenswear in Paris for the very first time, exposing his dream about Paris.
In one of the most beautiful venues in Paris – Hotel de Ville –, Thom Browne presented the dreamiest collection of the season, with The Little Mermaid theme songs, and life-sized unicorn as the finale.
Those sea creature-inspired looks were breathtaking!
Phoebe Philo never fails to surprise us at Céline! For the very first time, the designer sent out a playful invite – a stack of posters by Juergen Teller – packed inside a clear plastic cover.
The usual show venue, Tennis Club, had a cloudlike tent designed and built by architect Smiljan Radic. We were 'glamping' on the benches covered with colourful sleeping bags while exploring Juergen Teller’s posters.
Phoebe Philo wanted the audience to get closer to nature, just like her strong collection that was full of earthy tone and relaxed silhouettes. Love it!