Blush’s favourite looks from Paris Fashion Week

As soon as I saw Sienna Miller in this McQueen off-the shoulder look, I instantly thought look of the day.
The Eliabetthan elegance of it all, given a decidedly modern spin in the shoulders that were on show, the undone hair and the barely there make-up, summed up this season and next.
This season, particularly at McQueen, and at Valentino also, was a play with archaic imagery and costume. Whilst next season is all about the ‘undone’ beauty look.
Sienna absolutely smashed it as she always does but there was plenty of inspiration at Paris Fashion Week from Joan Smalls rocking two-strap stilettos with denim cut-offs and Poppy Delevingne working a black lace jumsputi at Pucci.
Lily Collins teamed her Givenchy Bambi sweater with a mini skirt and bare legs.
 A high ponytail, dark red lips and her signature dark brows balanced the look.
All hail Anna, showing all over 40s how to  do bare legs and leather.
Olivia Palermo had a series of winning outfits, this chic skirt and jacket pairing at Nina Ricci showed her at her upper east side best.
Thanks to Olivier Rousteing at Balmain we’re seeing a gentle 80s revival. Catherine McNeill one of my favourite faces and owner of the best bob since early Arizona Muse, showed us how to look cool in a leather jumpsuit.
Olivia Palermo was as always on fire. This  outfit is perfect in its simplicity: poker straight hair, a crisp white shirt, distressed denim skinnies and punchy open-toe strappy sandals.
Joan Smalls definitely knows how to stand out. The supermodel sported a grey kenzo sweater, denim shorts, a backwards bum bag and heels at the Balmain after-party; breaking all dress codes.
Lenny Kravitz and Salma Hayek were just the coolest pairing at Saint Laurent. Imagine the babies!
Karlie Kloss showed off her legs in a knitted black shift and black two-strap heels, accessorising with a smile.
Jamila x

 

Jamilatsj

Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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