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Paris Fashion Week: The Trend Report

07.10.16

We decipher the latest Fashion Week street style trends and look at how best to work them for now

Lisa Dengler from Just Another Me champions the season’s longer lengths trend in all aspects of her look. Long-on-long is the order of the day, with fluid trench coats matching the effortless drapery of culottes or cut-off trousers. If you’re looking to master transitional styling whilst embracing the trends of the season, this is the look to draw inspiration from.

LONG ON LONG

Lisa Dengler from Just Another Me champions the season’s longer lengths trend in all aspects of her look. Long-on-long is the order of the day, with fluid trench coats matching the effortless drapery of culottes or cut-off trousers. If you’re looking to master transitional styling whilst embracing the trends of the season, this is the look to draw inspiration from.

TAILORING the off-duty way

Recent seasons have seen certain tailoring considered strictly out of office. How to decipher what works best is more down to styling than product choice. Mix and match suiting and choose a single statement piece – a blazer or jacket is the most effortless option – to soften the sharpness of the look. We suggest going oversized but keeping accessories polished for balance.    

FALL FOR FRINGING

Fringing holds a bohemian sensibility that’s usually saved for summer months, but this year sees it stamp its authority on cooler seasons also. Make the biggest impact by styling this tactile feature with similarly trend-driven pieces like an off-the-shoulder knit and a statement tote.      

LACE VS EMBROIDERY

A far cry from the somewhat more androgynous tailoring trend listed in our line-up, this look is altogether ladylike. Intricate detailing on knitwear – be it splices of semi-sheer lace or artful embroidery – adds feminine flair to this winter classic and will lend any look a dressed-up edge.